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Home Library & Advice Service

Here you will find out more information on the Home Library Service. 
As well as other Libraries located in the City.                                                                                                                          

The Home Library & Advice Service caters for a wide range of needs and provides books and materials in standard and large print, plus audio books; we also have a selection of jigsaws. The service delivers to residents right across the city who are unable because of mobility or other issues e.g. caring for someone full-time to access their local libraries themselves.
The service is open to all people over the age of 18 in the City and may be particularly useful to older people.

We also offer access to:

Borrowbox, the online E:Library available through Wolverhampton Library Services where books can be borrowed free of charge and downloaded to your tablet or Kindle.

PressReader, another free-of-charge online service which gives access to over 7000 newspapers, periodicals, and magazines from around the world on your electronic device.

If you don't have a tablet or laptop, we can now offer a 3 month free loan for you to try one out as part of the City Council's digital drive to get residents of all ages on-line.

All our customers have direct access to Citizens Advice generalist support with onward referral to more specialist advice services if required. 

Please contact us for more information.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Bridget Pugh
Contact Position
Home Library Service Co-ordinator
01902 946846
Wolverhampton Citizens Advice Bureau

Where to go

Items are delivered and collected directly to/from your home from local libraries.
(subject to requirements)

Citizens Advice Dudley & Wolverhampton are pleased to announce that we will soon be opening new offices in Wolverhampton City Centre. More news including details of the the location will be availbale shortly so watch this space!

Time / Date Details

When is it on
We deliver books directly to your home on a pre-arranged day once a month. We will arrange that with your agreement when we talk with you about the kind of books you like to read.
Time of day
Session Information
Please contact the service co-ordinator for further information.
Access to Citizens Advice full advice service is available to all our customers simply by talking with your driver or contacting the coordinator. Discussions are confidential, non-judgemental and seek to offer clients advice on an appropriate way forward. They can take place over the phone or face-to-face, whichever suits you best. There is onward referral to more specialist support services if needed.

Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
Free of charge to Wolverhampton residents


Referral required
Referral Details

The Home Library Service delivers on 24 routes covering the city to those who, for a range of reasons, have difficulty accessing their local or central library services.

We normally require a referral through one of our partner agencies e.g. Age Concern, Wolverhampton Social Prescribing Service, City of Wolverhampton Social/Community Services, local health services, voluntary sector agencies but are also willing to consider care home, family and personal referrals too.

Please contact Bridget on 01902 946846 for more information; we look forward to hearing from you. Please note that because we are working from home this number may ask you to leave a message. We aim, however, to get back to you within 24 hours unless your query is at the weekend. In that case, we will contact you as soon as possible the next working week.

Record Last Updated on: 09/04/2024

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