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How To Join


Any member of the public may visit and browse through our collections, free of charge.

How Do I Join The Library?

Anybody can join. Just complete the online form and provide identification which shows your current address when visiting the Library. Under 18s will need a guarantor.

How Much Does It Cost?

It’s Free


Adults and Children may borrow a total of 12 items per person for a period of 3 weeks. 

Opting In Your Mobile Phone

If you have not given us an email address and wish to receive automatic texts about requests, you have made being available for Pick up in your local library, you need to opt in your mobile phone. Please be aware that a mobile phone number may be used only once in Sierra (our library Management System). So it is one unique customer one unique mobile phone number.

Read Instructions on Opting In Your Mobile Phone (PDF) - 299 kbs  

Internet Access

To avail of free internet access, you must become a member by filling out the Online Form and abide by the rules and regulations in our Regulations for Use of Internet - 112 kbs / Rialacháin maidir leis an Idirlíon a Úsáid (PDF) - 75 kbs document.


if you are unable to return your items within the 3 week period, they may be renewed, in person, by telephone of Online before the date of return, provided the item has not been requested by another person.  


Any book may be requested by the customer if it cannot be found on the shelf. Please ask Staff at the desk. Lending Materials from any of our libraries can be delivered on request to whichever library you use.


  • Your library card is always required to borrow items and use the computer facilities.
  • You may register at one branch library only. However, you may use your card at any of the libraries.
  • Reference material, journals, magazines and newspapers cannot be removed from the library.
  • Any items lost or damaged must be paid for.



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