***CORONAVIRUS (Covid-19) UPDATE***
In line with the Prime Minister's speech on Monday 23rd March and to keep our staff, volunteers and customers safe and healthy, our physical sites in Devon will remain closed until further notice. We have suspended our Devon Mobile Library Service and Home Library Service. For more information, please visit our Coronavirus update page >
We continue to experience intermittent issues with our automated telephone renewals service. If you have your borrower card and PIN, you can renew your books on this website, by logging into your account.
If you do not have your PIN, please contact your local library who will be happy to assist. Apologies for any inconvenience caused, please be assured we are working to resolve this as soon as possible.
We offer free access to thousands of books, eBooks, audiobooks, online reference, music and magazines as well as our Business and Intellectual Property (IP) Centres and FabLab Devon. Each of our libraries runs numerous events and activities for all the family, and staff are on hand to help you find anything you need.
We believe in the unlimited potential for libraries to make a positive difference to people’s lives and communities, and welcome thousands of visitors to our libraries and online services every day.
Devon Libraries offer competitively priced meeting rooms and conference room hire services across Devon in a range of locations. Our meeting rooms and facilities vary from small meeting rooms to larger conferencing facilities.
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Kate Bailey - Mobile Library Assistant, Tiverton Mobile Library
Kate says: Although I am an avid reader, I did not set out to work in a library. My CV includes a variety of jobs including, lecturer in Photography, veterinary nurse, fire-fighter, farm worker, and student nurse, to name but a few. I started with Devon Libraries in 2011 as a relief Mobile Library Assistant, just covering holidays and illness. The job is brilliant; I drive all over beautiful North, Mid and East Devon, in all sorts of weather and meet all sorts of lovely people. It is a real pleasure to be considered part of our customers’ day to day life, discussing books, life and everything in between. The mobile library is such an important and vital part of this huge rural county we live in. I’m glad I never knew what I wanted to be when I grew up, as I have ended up by happy accident in the best job in the world.