The Brander Library
Open today 10am - 1pm
|Monday||Click and Collect only|
|Wednesday||10am - 1pm|
|Thursday||Click and Collect only|
|Saturday||10am - 1pm|
Colour A4 Printing
Public Access PC's
It is now possible to print from any mobile device, tablet, or laptop from home or in one of our participating libraries. Just print, pay online and pick up your items. You can send your print jobs at any time from any place and what’s more, you no longer have to wait in line at the printer.
Our Click and Collect service makes it easy for you to access the items you love from our libraries in a safe manner. Whether you'd prefer to choose your own items from our catalogue or tell us about what you enjoy, we are here to help you access all we have to offer.
We are now able to offer customers the opportunity to browse the bookshelves in Inverurie Library. You will now also be able to sit, read and study as well and use the Public Access PC's and photocopier. You can reserve stock from any Aberdeenshire library to collect from your local branch. Find out more:
Influential and innovative novelist and poet George MacDonald was born in Huntly, Aberdeenshire. The son of a farmer, MacDonald was one of the most original and significant figures in Victorian literature.
A substantial and important collection of his writings, the majority in manuscript and many showing significant differences from the published version, was gifted to the Brander Library, Huntly.
The original manuscript items from the collection are now located at The Discovery Centre, Mintlaw, where they may be consulted by appointment.
Selected manuscripts have been digitised.
Public car park across street
Accessible with stairlift
Large print books
Narration and magnifier software
Large print books
CDs and DVDs
Adult literacy collection
Healthy reading collection
Bookable meeting rooms
George MacDonald collection
Old Parish Registers
Food waste caddy liners
Battery recycling bags
NHS Hearing Aid Battery Collection Point
Green Dog Walker Scheme
Newspaper Archives on Microfilm