The Alexander Crum Memorial Library was built to commemorate the death of local philanthropist Alexander Crum. Designed by the Scottish architect Sir Rowand Anderson, it opening its doors back in 1897.
Since then, generations of Thornliebank villagers have learned to love stories and embrace learning here. This wonderful library continues to offers great books, and you'll now find DVDs, 8 internet-ready computers, free WiFi, local history information and fun activities for the next generation.
Library staff love to read and are always on hand to recommend a gripping read. Check out some of our current favourites - click and reserve online and collect from the library today.
If you like to knit and enjoy company, why not stitch the two together and come along to the library on Wednesday mornings at 11am. Meet old friends and make new ones over a warming cup of tea or coffee. Space is limited so please contact Thornliebank library for more details on 0141 577 4983
Are you interested to give colour therapy a go? Come along to a weekly colouring and coffee session for adults in the library and enjoy the relaxing, therapeutic benefits of the activity.
This is a lovely, informal way to enjoy company and a nice cuppa. No artistic skills required and all materials will be provided. If you are interested to come along, please contact Thornliebank library on 0141 577 4983 to register your interest.