Alford Community Campus
Alford Library is currently closed
|Monday||8:45am to 4pm|
|Tuesday||8:45am to 7pm|
|Wednesday||8:45am to 7pm|
|Thursday||8:45am to 7pm|
|Friday||8:45am to 4pm|
|Saturday||10am to 12:30pm|
Computers with internet access
Self issue kiosk
Some of the great comments received from you all in the last customer survey.
Alford born Charles Murray is well known for his poetry written in the Doric language. We have a small collection of his books available to borrow.
We also have information folders with very interesting newspaper articles and photographs which you can view in the library
Come along and enjoy a movie in the comfort of the library with our friendly Alford Library Film group. The movie will last approximately 2 hours.
The next film will be shown on Monday 28th May at 2pm
Alford Library Dementia Cafe runs every second Thursday and third Monday of the month in conjunction with Alzheimer Scotland. Open, friendly and informal event for anyone with a dementia type illness, their families and friends to meet other people and 'hae a news'.
Learn how to tell Doric stories! Over the next few months a Junior Doric Storytellers group will be meeting weekly on Tuesdays after school to learn storytelling skills with Jackie Ross. They will be encouraged to embrace the Doric language by writing their own stories, poems and reading them to the rest of the group.
The Group is aimed at P6 to S6 and runs weekly on a Tuesday at 3pm until 4.30pm
Disabled parking available