Kirkcaldy Library’s two-hour slots in studies room for people to 'linger longer'

Kirkcaldy Library is urging visitors to its Local Studies Room to linger for longer with the introduction of two-hour booking slots.

Wednesday, 23rd June 2021, 4:30 pm

The room at the library now has longer appointments available again to those researching their family tree, finding out about their house history or simply wanting to study in a quiet space.

Visitors can now book their one or two-hour appointments on any day except Monday and Saturday up to two weeks in advance through www.onfife.com/libraries-archives/local-and-family-history/ or by calling (01592) 5832016 and asking for a Local Studies Room booking.

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Local Studies officer Susan Birne at Kirkcaldy Library.
Local Studies officer Susan Birne at Kirkcaldy Library.

If you aren’t ready to come through the door yet due to social-distancing or shielding, but if you think Kirkcaldy Library could help with your research, please get in touch with the library by email at: [email protected] with your enquiry.

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