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Opening Times:
  • Mon - 7.00am-12.00pm, 3.00pm-8.35pm
  • Tue - 7.00am-12.00pm, 3.00pm-8.35pm
  • Wed - 7.00am-12.00pm, 3.00pm-8.35pm
  • Thur - 7.00am-12.00pm, 3.00pm-8.35pm
  • Fri - 7.00am-12.00pm, 3.00pm-8.35pm
  • Sat - CLOSED
  • Sun - CLOSED
Phone Number:
01955 609709

We are delighted to announce that we’re starting to bounceback and Wick Library is now open for “Collect and Return.”

Customers must phone ahead to book a 15 minute slot within these times.


The safety and wellbeing of our staff and customers is very important. We’re reintroducing library services gradually, following public health advice. We know that one of the joys of libraries is being able to browse our shelves, however we must put your safety first which means that we are only able to offer ‘Collect and Return’ at present to ensure that items have been properly quarantined and sanitised.

‘Collect and Return’ will run from selected libraries whilst we prepare our other libraries for reopening. To use Collect and Return:

  • Phone or e-mail one of the listed libraries to request specific titles or ask staff to choose a selection of items based on your interests
  • Staff will then contact you to arrange a date and time for you to come and collect your items, and return any you have at home

Please note that we are currently unable to transfer stock between libraries, so the item/s must be in stock at the library you want to collect it/ them from. You can view our online catalogue here: https://hlh.spydus.co.uk/

You don’t need to make a special trip to return your items if you aren’t collecting others at the same time, as we’re renewing all loans automatically.

Please contact Wick library by phone or Email to arrange a visit.

Contact details:

Tel. 01955 609709

Email: [email protected]

Special reference collections

John Mowat’s own manuscripts also form part of the collection and these are currently in the care of North Highland Archives, also in Wick Library.


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