From May 29 2018 the music CD service will be withdrawn completely from all libraries.
In addition to this, the DVD service will operate from City Library only. (withdrawn from Outer West, Gosforth, West End, Fenham and East End Libraries)
This is due to falling loans and income in both areas over recent years, and as a self-financing service this has become unsustainable in its current form.
DVDs can be reserved from any of our libraries or online for a 50p charge.
Newcastle upon Tyne
|Monday||10am - 6pm|
|Wednesday||10am - 2pm|
|Friday||10am - 5pm|
|Saturday||10am - 2pm (only library open)|
The public computers are automatically turned off 15 minutes before closing time.
When the West End CSC is closed, the next nearest Centre is the Outer West CSC.
Save time, do it online
Remember you can renew and reserve items and access other helpful resources any time on the online 24 Hour Library.
Limited free parking available on-site.
This library is autism friendly see user guide (pdf, 1.4mb).
- Book lending
- Magazines and newspapers
- Reading group
- Foreign language books, magazines and newspapers
- Free computer, internet and Wi-Fi access
- Printing and photocopying
- Internet taster sessions
- Storytime session (Friday 2pm term time only)
- Work Club (Friday 10.30am - 12pm)
Other ways to contact us:
For library enquiries email email@example.com
West Newcastle Picture History Collection
The West Newcastle Picture History Collection is based in West End Library and is accessible to all. There are around 17,000 images and maps of the West End, mainly of Benwell, Elswick and Scotswood. The collection includes a large selection of images by Jimmy Forsyth but also covers other west end wards in detail. It is open, on request to library staff, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, for unaided research, however volunteers are present to help enquirers on Mondays between 10am - 4pm.