Library services

Free Internet access is available at the library and we have 12 public access terminals. A terminal can be booked in advance and each user is entitled to two hours use per day. In addition to the Internet, you can use the library PCs for word processing, e-mailing and accessing our wide range of on-line databases.

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Would you like to … shop around for best value? stay in touch with friends and family? learn something new? have free access to PCs and Wi-Fi and use social media? Why not come along to one of our I.T. & ME sessions and discover what I.T. can do for you!  I.T. & ME drop in sessions take place in Stirling Council Libraries to help solve basic I.T. problems and learn new digital skills. It is completely free to take part and you don’t need to learn everything at once. You can take small steps and learn at your own pace in a relaxed atmosphere. Digital devices such as PCs, tablets and smart phones are changing the way people access information, keep in touch with one another and learn new things. Depending on your interests, hobbies and what you use your computer for, I.T. & ME can do something for you.  For your local IT & ME session please contact Dunblane Library, sessions run on a Tuesday from 10am – 12. (Please contact the library directly for dates on 01786 823125)  To find out more about IT & ME sessions with Stirling Council Libraries please ask at your local library or contact: Heather Walsh, Digital Volunteer Coordinator, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or tel: 01786 237542.

Personal Computer Projects are on Wednesday afternoons from 12-2pm. To register, contact the Adult Learning Team by phoning 01786 237517 or emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In conjunction with Forth Valley College, the library offers flexi-learning delivered via computer. For more information please contact Flexible Learning Team on 01324 403186 or pop into the library on Mondays between 9am and 12 noon.


The Library receives daily newspapers and a monthly Which? subscription, as well as a large amount of public information, which is available or displayed as appropriate. We display current community information in posters and in a community diary, and the library is often lucky enough to host local exhibitions and displays.

The Library has a Gallery Space called the View which is available to hire on a monthly basis; we can facilitate launch evenings in conjunction with any exhibitions.

A local councillor operates a surgery in the Library on certain Saturday mornings, see the library notice board for councillor surgery dates or ask the library staff.

Fax, photocopying and printing are available here, and the library also sells stamps, cards and local history and information publications.

Library staff can also access information on other Council services and refer you to the most appropriate person.

At Dunblane Library we aim to welcome everyone to a high quality library service, staffed by well-trained, motivated and friendly people.



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