Drummond Street, Comrie, PH6 2DS
If you live, work or study in Perth & Kinross then you can join the library service.
Adults can now join the library online and access the Digital Library Service by providing just a few basic details, including your email address.
Join at one of our libraries as an adult
Join as a child
Collect an application form from your local library and ask a parent or guardian to fill it in and sign it. We will ask to see something with the adult's name and address on it, for example a driving licence or a rent book.
Completed application forms
Once we have your completed application, a card will be made up for you and you can start using it to borrow items straight away. You can also use your card to get a PIN for you to use the public computers or free wi-fi.
Proof of identity
It is important that you bring along a proof of identity when joining at one of our libraries.
You can do this by bringing in some official documentation with your address on it. This might be, for example, an original Council Tax Bill, or a gas, electricity or telephone bill. It could also be a bank statement, or a driving licence.
The need to have proof of identity is a security measure and is intended to help us protect our stock. By protecting the stock we can ensure that there is always a good choice for you when you visit.
Libraries customer charter
Libraries Customer Charter [131kb] is our commitment to you.
Free Wi-Fi, access to computers and the internet.
Connect via the People's Network to:
- Study and learn
- Word process your CV and apply for work
- Find information on the world wide web
- Explore our e-library collection of books, magazines, music, reference and audio-books
- Send and receive email
- Prepare a presentation in power-point
- Create spread sheets and databases
- Print your work
All of our libraries provide at least one computer with a flatbed document scanner for customer use.
We currently charge 25p per page for printing in black and white and 45p for colour. The use of the computers and the internet is free.
Let's get on (Opens in a new window) and find ways the internet can work to your advantage.
All of our libraries now have TextHELP Read & Write Gold, WordTalk and Heather and Stuart Scottish Voice accessibility software installed to provide assistance for anyone with reading and writing difficulties, or anyone with English as a second language.
TextHELP Read & Write Gold also includes study skills tools that help with a range of tasks, for example, conducting research using the Internet, essay writing, report writing and proof reading.
A trackerball and keyboard with large keys are also available on request.
Comrie Library has been adapted to enable access from the main street outside the front door. There is an internal automated platform for access to the main library floor level and also a unisex disabled toilet. Comrie has an induction loop and visual alarm.
The library carries a range of large print books and audio-visual material.
|Is there a set down point for easy access to the building nearby?||Yes|
|Is access to the building fully wheelchair accessible?||Yes|
|Are the building doors automatic?||No - but has accessibility push pad|
|Are there priority parking places on-site for people with disabilities?||No|
|Are there on-street disabled badge parking places nearby?||No|
|Is there a bus stop less than 100 metres away?||Yes|
|Are there any lifts within the building?||No|
|Are the toilets accessible?||Yes|
|Is there a loop system for the people with hearing loss?||Yes|
|Are there emergency evacuations procedures which cover people with disabilities?||Yes|
View accessibility information about Comrie Library from DisabledGo