Contact Norwich & Norfolk Millenium Library by calling their main visitor enquiries telephone number 01603 774 774 if you have any questions about the borrowing process of if you need help checking their catalogue of books online.
About the Norfolk Library
The Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library is one of the largest public library in the United Kingdom, containing thousands of books, music sets and DVDs while offering visitors free computer access and printing services. Moreover, the library also houses the Norfolk Heritage Centre, Business and Intellectual Property Centre Norfolk, and even a children’s library.
Visitor Enquiries – 01603 774 774
Phone the Norwich & Norfolk Millennium Library on their main visitor enquiries contact number 01603 774 774 to discuss how to set up a borrowing membership prior to your visit. Callers can ask whether a book is available for borrowing before asking to reserve it over the phone. Moreover, you can ask when it is due to return if it is currently out on loan from the Millennium Library. If you would like to renew a book then can also do so on this number before asking where the out of hours book drop is for when you are ready to return it. However, if you would like to set up a borrowing membership then you will need to drop off a completed application in person.
Callers can also ask for technical support when checking the library’s catalogue online before asking for further assistance when setting up an account to reserve a book before picking it up in person. Similarly, you can ask for troubleshooting assistance if you are unable to download the Norfolk library app to your phone, or access an e-book on your computer or mobile device. Alternatively, you may wish to access the catalogue of local newspapers and Norfolk family records and organise an appointment to meet a member of library staff in person when calling this number.
You can enquire about the range of free Computer facilities and internet access at the Norwich & Norfolk Millennium Library before asking about the cost of using the colour printer and photocopier machines. It is also recommended that you ask for the schedule of upcoming of public book talks and events on this number or even ask how to get involved with a local Norfolk reading group. Finally, callers should get in touch with any questions about car park access at the Millennium Library, whether they need to use the disabled parking spaces or not.
Information about Call Costs and Opening Times
The Norwich & Norfolk Millennium Library helpline runs a local 01 contact number that will only charge the standard per-minute rate as any geographic call that is made from a UK mobile or landline telephone. Furthermore, the above helpline is available to take calls during the opening hours of 10am-7pm Monday to Friday, and 9am-5pm Saturday with the library closed on Sundays.
Other Ways to Contact the Public Library
Write to Them
If you would prefer to send a letter detailing a written complaint about the service you have received at the library or even send off a completed membership form then you should write to the Millennium at the following postal address:
Norwich & Norfolk Millenium Library
Email a Librarian
Sometimes the simplest way to get in touch with the Norwich & Norfolk Millenium Library is to do so online and members can send any enquiries to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.