Currently situated at 81 Parnie Street, G1 5RH ,Glasgow Women's Library set to move to The Mitchell. The purpose of the library is to provide information by and about women.
It's a popular meeting place for women and its creative, supportive environment acts as a catalyst for projects, friendships and laughter. The Library is well known for its original events and for its lively learning programmes. First time visitors and old friends are always assured of a warm welcome.
In addition it has a host of different clubs and offers many services including:
After 16 years of gathering materials and delivering services to women, Glasgow Women's Library is now working towards its 2008 relocation to the Mitchell Library in Glasgow's West End, making this the most important and ambitious phase of GWL's development to date. When funding is secured, work will begin on the purpose built space which will include archive and exhibition spaces. In 2009, Glasgow Women's Library will re-open its doors to the public, ready to embrace its new community and continue to provide excellent services for its existing users.
In the Meantime, Glasgow Women's Library will be providing:
....and all the usual favourites!