Libraries and Community Centres Closed
However, Wolverhampton Central Library is now available for a "Select and Collect" service only. Reservations can be made online by visiting Renew or reserve library items. Reservations can be made by phone (01902) 552025 between 10am-3:30pm (Monday to Friday) and 10am-2pm (Saturday). We'll contact you once items are ready for collection.
You can safely return items, by using the return brown wheelie bins on the front steps between 10am–3:30pm (Monday to Friday) and 10am–2pm (Saturday).
The select and collect service is now also available at: Finchfield on Tuesday: 10am–3:30pm, Thursday: 10am–3:30pm and Saturday: 10am–2pm and Tettenhall on: Monday: 10am–3:30pm, Wednesday: 10am–3:30pm, Friday: 10am–3:30pm and Saturday: 10am–2pm.
Bilston, Central, Warstones and Wednesfield Libraries also operate the select and collect service.
Renew or reserve library items online, by phone or in person.
If you haven’t finished with your books and they are due to expire, then you can renew them in several ways. You can also reserve a book from our catalogue.
To renew online you will need your membership number (located on your library card) and PIN. If you do not have a PIN, you can request one by clicking on the button below.
You can renew your books online where you will be directed to our online catalogue.
The 24-hour service is currently unavailable. Please call 01902 552025 to renew items. Don’t forget, you will need your membership number.
You can renew your library items at any Wolverhampton library, regardless of which library you borrowed the item from.
Reserve an item from another library
If your local library does not stock the particular item you want, or you can't find the item in the library catalogue, the service can try to buy it or borrow it through the inter-library local scheme.
The inter-library loan scheme also allows you to request out-of-print items, photocopies from periodicals and serials. There is a charge for this service.
You can only borrow items through this scheme by visiting your local library.