You can borrow up to 18 items at a time with a maximum of 9 books and up to 6 of each type of audiovisual items (eg. 9 books, 6 CDs and 3 videos). For more information on other borrowing matters, read our Borrowing Items page.
Books may be borrowed for up to 3 weeks. Videos, DVDs, CDs, and CD-ROMs are issued for 1 week. For more information on other borrowing matters, read our Borrowing Items page.
If you have your library card number and PIN, you can check your personal details, including how many items you have on loan.
Books held by any Surrey library can be requested at your local library or by using the on-line catalogue. If we do not have a particular book in Surrey, we can usually obtain a copy of the book you want from a library service outside Surrey.
For information on how much overdue charges are, see our How much are fines?Page.
If you are 70 years old, or over, please let the staff know as no fines or administrative charges are made.
The service is free. For more information on computers and the internet in Surrey Libraries, read our Computers and the Internetpage.
Some Surrey Libraries do have rooms that are available for hire. For details of these libraries and information on how to hire, read our Rooms for hire in Librariespage.
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Young children must be accompanied by an adult in the library. Library staff will not be held responsible for young children. Please do not leave your children on their own.
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You may use your personal laptop in the library. The battery must be charged. You may not use a library power socket.