Libraries and Learning

Find a Mobile Library Stop

Search by village or town for the dates and times of your Mobile Library stop. Read more

Local Library Details

A full list of your Local Libraries. Read more

Events and Exhibitions

Find out what's on at libraries across the county. Read more

Schools' Library Service

Find out what library resources are available to schools. Read more

Worcestershire Music Library

Browse one of the largest collections of vocal scores, band, chamber and orchestral music in the country. Read more

Volunteer in a Library

What to share your skills or gain some new ones? Find out about what volunteering opportunities are available in libraries. Read more.

National Library Schemes

Summer Reading Challenge, Books On Prescription, Get Online, Bookstart, Mood-Boosting Books. Read more

eResources, Research and Reference

Services including, The Britannica Library, COBRA, Credo Literati, EBSCO, Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce and the Oxford University Press. Read more

Customer Service Charter

Our promise and how we can work together. Read more

Lending an Ear

Lending an Ear is an audio arts project that involves all the libraries in Worcestershire in the creation of audio art works specific to their library, location and ‘story’. The artworks are created by artists in collaboration with each library’s community.

The project is an opportunity to showcase the county’s heritage, culture and unique character to an audience near and far through music, drama, poetry, stories, fiction, songs and non-text audio, which when created will be available to listen to via a permanent webpage as part of The Hive website. The 'audio artworks' will be presented and installed over the forthcoming year and will then form a permanent artistic collection accessible through Worcestershire Libraries and Learning Service and Worcestershire Archives and Archaeology Service.  The intention is that the collection to be available online in perpetuity.

Lending an Ear is funded by a grant of £49,250 from Arts Council England and an additional £1,000 from The Elmley Foundation.

For further information contact Stephen Wilson, County Arts Development Officer

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