We have a fantastic range of Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate, Biscuits and Soft Drinks available at very reasonable prices
SO NEXT TIME YOU FANCY A DRINK IN QUIET RELAXING SURROUNDINGS WHY NOT POP IN AND ENJOY!!!
Our Services & Facilities
Local Studies & Family History
Children’s Story Tapes/CDs
OS Mapping Service
Tea / Coffee / soft Drinks
Free Use PCs (Members Only)
Nappy Changing Facilities
Internet Taster Session
LCC Libraries Home Page
Online Reference Library
Do it Online
Apply For It
Pay For It
Have Your Say
My Library Account
Other Useful Links
Access To Courses/Classes
Local Tourism Information
Three Rings (Volunteer Access Only)
Burbage Parish Council
If you have any questions about visiting the Library, hopefully you will find the answers here…If we haven’t answered your question then please go to Contact Us and send us a message.
How do I join the Library?
If you wish to join the Library you can:
Fill in a form at the Library. You will need some kind of ID e.g. passport, utility bill, bus pass etc. If the membership is for someone under 16, this requires a parent’s signature. Alternatively you can join on line through the LCC website.
Are all the books for loan?
The vast majority of books are for loan but there are a few that are for reference only and we also have some For Sale.
How many books can I loan at one time?
How long can I keep the books for?
Books are loaned for a three week period. If you wish to keep the books for longer than they can usually be renewed for a further three weeks by either calling in at the Library or telephoning. If one of the books has been reserved by another member then unfortunately the book cannot be renewed.
Do you have e books?
E books are available through the LCC website to all members of a Leicestershire Library. There are also a wide range of magazines available through this service. Leaflets are available in Burbage Community Library giving all the details.
Are children welcome in the Library?
Children are welcomed and encouraged to use the Library. However, all children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.
Do I have to be a member to use the Library?
All members of the public are welcome to come into the Library to browse the books, gain information from leaflets, directories etc. that are available. The photocopier can also be used (a charge is made for each copy). However, membership is required to make full use of the Library services – borrow books, reserve books, use PCs, connect to the Wi-Fi.
What if I am late returning books or can’t get them back on time?
Books can be renewed via telephone if you cannot get into the Library before the due date. Charges are applicable for overdue books – a list of charges is displayed in the Library as it depends on the type of ticket e.g. Adult, Child, etc. how much these are. Charges are made per day when overdue. Books can be placed through the Library letterbox when closed and the return date will be the last day the Library was open. E.g. If put a book through the letterbox on a Monday morning, they would be considered as returned on Saturday (the previous day the Library was open as it is not open on a Sunday). If charges have been incurred and books are returned in this way, the charge will stay on the member’s card and will be displayed for payment on the next visit.
How can I volunteer at the Library?
If you are interested in volunteering, we are always looking for extra help. Please send a message via Contact Us, or e-mail Carole Kemp our Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I connect my Laptop/Tablet/Phone to the Library Wi-Fi?
Power up your Laptop/Tablet/Phone and go to the list of visible networks; select “LCC Public”, click “connect” and use your Library Card details to log in.
How can I book the Library for an event or register as an ‘authorised user’?
Please complete your details on the Contact Us Page.