Psychosis Awareness Campaign‘Don’t turn your back on the symptoms of psychosis…’ a new 18 month campaign is being run by Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust (Youthspace) to improve awareness of the symptoms and offer help to sufferers. Find out more at Psychosis Awareness Campaign.
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.
0121 464 1534
0121 464 0733
Buses - 27 stops in Bournville Lane (from Northfield) or Bond Street (from Kings Heath). 45/47 stops at the British Oak Pub (from City Centre) or Co-op supermarket (from Cotteridge) (walk back to Bourneville Lane).
Train - The Cross City line to Bournville station. Out of main entrance and turn right under bridge
Parking - Limited on street parking available
Library Manager - Marian Wolff
Word processing facilities
Find out useful information about your area (for example childcare, nursing homes, schools performance)
Children and Teenagers
Story Tots for pre-school children and their parents or carers.
Tuesday 9.45am - 10.45am. Stories, rhymes and surprises to introduce young children and their carers to books, reading and language.
Homework Support SessionsTerm time only Thursday 3.30pm - 5pm
Dedicated time when staff can give you extra help to get all the information you need, as well as support with the best ways to tackle your projects.
A-Z of websites for homework- Help with homework online
Find out more about how children can enjoy the library at www.birmingham.gov.uk/younglibraries
Childcare To find out about childcare facilities in your area, please contact the Family Information Service on 0121 303 3521.
Coffee Morning - temporarily suspended.
Stirchley Readers Our book group meets once a month on a Saturday between 11am and 12pm (no meeting in December).
Local Planning Applications Online
Please note - we also have printed copies of local planning applications.
Stirchley Library is now one of the local services managed by the Selly Oak 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.