Scone Library set to go back to the future

  • Published: April 17th 2019
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Scone Library will be temporarily moving back to their old home in Scone Public Hall ahead of work to replace the windows in the current building in Sandy Road.

Scone Public Hall was home to the library in Scone from 1953 until 1990, when the service moved to the current purpose-built facility on Sandy Road. The first library in Scone opened in 1917, before moving to Robert Douglas Memorial School in 1936.

A selection of books and resources will be available to borrow and daily newspapers will also be available to library users at the facility in Scone Public Hall.

Library users will be able to access full library services, including books, public access internet, activities, printing and photocopying at the AK Bell Library in Perth, Blairgowrie, Coupar Angus and Alyth libraries, as well as a wide range of digital services.

Library provision will move to Scone Public Hall on Queens Road from Tuesday 30 April 2019 until Saturday 18 May 2019, before services return to Scone Library from Tuesday, 21 May 2019.

Opening times for the temporary library are as follows

Tuesday 1-7pm

Wednesday,  Thursday, Friday 1-5pm

Saturday 10am-1pm.

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