Jennie Lee Library (Lochgelly Centre)

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Jennie Lee Library (Lochgelly Library),
Lochgelly Centre,
Bank Street, Lochgelly,

01592 583381

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Tier 4 update

Pick-ups for our Connect and Collect service will be on hold during the week beginning Monday 4 January. We know this is a popular service while you can't currently come in and browse so we thank you for your patience and continued support. We'll be updating our opening hours as soon as we can so please check back for updates.



While the branch is still open at the times below, from Thursday 26 November this will be for Connect and Collect collections only.

This is so we can follow Scottish Government Tier 3 guidance to give priority to this service.


We hope this won't be for too long and we'll let you know when you can come in to browse the shelves and have access to the PCs again.


Meantime, find out more about our bigger and better Connect and Collect here or by calling the branch at the number above.


Our temporary opening hours are:













We are delighted to welcome you back to Jennie Lee Library.  As you would expect, there will be safety measures and restrictions in place to ensure the wellbeing of staff and customers. As we can only have a limited number of people in the building at one time, there will be a queuing system, you should wear a face covering if you can and keep your visit short.

The PCs are available again but with restrictions to allow for physical distancing and cleaning.

We can’t wait to see you. Watch the video below to for more information on what to expect when you visit us.

Find us in the glass-front extension of Lochgelly Centre, one of the most modern libraries in Fife! Named after The Open University founding Lochgelly born MP, Jennie Lee, the library’s black shelving recalls the area’s rich mining heritage and a stunning fish mural reflects Loch Gelly.

ON at Jennie Lee Library:

  • Books to suit all ages and interests, including on CD and in large print
  • Free requests for our books not on the shelf when you visit
  • Access to quality reference books and online information
  • Free PC and internet access (please book in advance)
  • Basic IT skills taster sessions
  • Bookbug, storytelling and craft sessions
  • Photocopying and scanning
  • Local History materials
  • Local newspapers on microfilm
  • Self Service Issue and Return
  • FREE Wifi
  • Macmillan Cancer Information & Support

Planning your visit:

  • Bus service with stops nearby
  • Customer toilets

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