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Cork County Library’s service is delivered through a network of 25 branches and 4 mobile libraries, located across the county. User-friendly, it is there to inform, entertain and educate. The library service provides the community with a comprehensive range of material for information, study and recreation, as well as access to a growing number of online resources.  

Library membership is free and open to all. 

See the following link for a view of our Branch Library locations and mobile library stops across the County

Library News

13 Dec 2021

Cork County Library and Arts Service Launches New Exciting Initiative

Cork County Council’s Library and Arts Service is now associated with the JAM Card initiative, a system that allows people with learning difficulties and communication barriers to ask for a minute of patience when they need it. Developed by the NOW Group, it is a discreet way of allowing people with any type of communication difficulty to ask for Just A Minute of patience as they go about their daily lives.
03 Dec 2021

New Mobile Library Trucks Hit the Road for Cork Readers

Cork County Council’s Library and Arts Service has added three new mobile libraries to its fleet serving book lovers across the county. The state-of-the-art trucks are replacing older vehicles in North, East and South Cork thanks to a €592,000 investment from the Council and will follow the replacement of the Mobile Library truck serving West Cork in 2017.