Spring Hill Library
Extended Opening Hours at Spring Hill Library - From Monday 4 February until 31 August 2013 our opening hours will be: Monday 10.00am - 5.00pm, Tuesday CLOSED, Wednesday 10.00am - 5.00pm, Thursday 12 noon - 7pm, Friday 10.00am - 5.00pm and Saturday 9.00am - 5.00pm.
Customers can now enter the library through a modern under cover doorway that links directly with the new TESCO development.
There is now a lift up to the first floor of the library making it easier for everyone to access the balcony floor and take part in our activities. Free under cover parking is also available for library users.
Spring Hill Library in conjunction with the Health Exchange offers a variety of resources for health in different formats. We have a wide variety of health books and also free internet access which allows library users to access health information online, including the
Health Exchange website. In addition to this, library users can get health information and advice from the Health Exchange Support Workers who attend the library on a regular basis
Digital Ladywood - a web site recording the life and times of people living on the five estates making up Attwood Green and also the wider area of Ladywood.
New Online Library Catalogue
This is now available. To search the catalogue click Online Library Catalogue
To renew and reserve online click Login to the Online Catalogue
Keep Birmingham Working
This is a broad partnership initiative, delivered through libraries, to help people in Birmingham find work, start a business, learn new skills or become self employed. Your local library is a community hub that can help you back into the world of paid employment, or be your own boss and upgrade your skills through its range of services. Find out more about our Library Work Clubs and Enterprise Clubs.
Birmingham B18 7BH
0121 464 7422
0121 464 0655
101, Birmingham - Oxhill Road via Jewellery Quarter
8A & 8C, Birmingham Inner Circle, clockwise/anti-clockwise
81, Birmingham - Brandhall via Grove Lane
82, Birmingham - Bearwood via Cape Hill
87, Birmingham - Dudley via Smethwick/Oldbury
89, Birmingham - Blackheath/Oldbury via Londonderry
Jewellery Quarter Station
In Tesco car park adjacent to library (free for up to 3 hours if using the store).
Library Manager: Deep Hunjan
Assistant Library Manager: Tricia Taylor
Books in Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi, Gujerati and Bengali
Daily Newspapers The Times, Birmingham Mail and Daily Jang.
Weekly Papers The Voice.
Display space for local groups.
Public Internet access
Mind, Body and Soul - a collection of music for relaxation CDs available for loan free of charge.
Bi-Lingual Dictionaries- We have a good range including Bosnian, Kurdish and Somali.
Somali and Farsi language books now available for loan.
Find out useful information about your area (for example childcare, nursing homes, schools performance)
Children and Teenagers
Homework SupportLibrary staff will help you find all the information you need, as well as support with the best ways to tackle your projects. Special collection of books, computer use and limited free printouts.
A-Z of websites for homework- Help with homework online
Little Springers - Stories and activities for children under 5
Activities for children and young people - Pictures of recent events and reviews and poetry produced in the library.
To find out about childcare facilities in your area, please contact the Family Information Service on 0121 303 3521.
You can now book your FREE internet taster sessions any time that the library is open (as long as there are staff available.) Our friendly staff will help you get started if you want to set up an e-mail address or use the internet but aren't sure how.
To book your one hour session, phone 0121 464 7422 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Local Planning Applications Online
Clifton Pinnock performed some of his work during Black History Month
Soho Ward Councillors Advice Bureaux held at Spring Hill on the first Friday of the month 4-5pm.
Spring Hill Library is now one of the local services managed by the Ladywood Constituency.
Information for Learning and Work. All our libraries offer up to date, free and impartial information on local and national learning and work opportunities.
We are not responsible for the content of other organisations' websites.