Browsing the books at Pontypridd Library
Rhondda Cynon Taf Library Service has 13 libraries including three main libraries at Aberdare, Pontypridd and Treorchy.
We also have four mobile libraries to serve communities that don’t have a library building.
To view information about your local library including opening hours, addresses, telephone numbers and any special facilities offered, please select your library from the navigation list to the left.
Don’t Stand By: Help us mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2016
Rhondda Cynon Taf Council in Partnership with South Wales Police will be presenting an event to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2016 at The Parc &Dare Theatre, Treorchy on Thursday 28th January 2016.
The library service is looking for local writers to submit poems on the theme of ‘Don’t Stand By’ for display and possible performance on the day. Holocaust Memorial Day commemorates The Holocaust & Nazi Persecution and other genocide atrocities in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Dafur, more information on these atrocities and on the HMD foundation can be found at www.hmd.org.uk
Poems should be sent c/o Richard Reed, Area Librarian, Pontypridd Library, Library Road, Pontypridd, CF37 2DY or e-mailed to Richard.Reed@rctcbc.gov.uk.
Entries to arrive no later than December 14th 2015. (Please include contact details, including address and indicate if you would like to read at the event.)
Fees and charges increase:-
From Monday 26th October Library Fees and Charges will be increase by 6.1% details on :- http://www.rctcbc.gov.uk/en/leisurelibrariesculture/libraries/librariesfeescharges/libraries-feesandcharges.aspx
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As well as offering loan materials, the Rhondda Cynon Taf Library Service also offers the following resources to library users:
Fax messages can be sent from and received at Aberdare , Pontypridd and Treorchy Libraries. Please ask a member of staff for assistance.
All our libraries have photocopying facilities.
All of our libraries have scanners available for public use
We currently have microfilm/microfiche readers available for public use at the following libraries:
eBooks and Online Resources
A list of ebooks and online resources available to library members.
A small charge may be made for using some of the resources, please see our Libraries Fees and Charges page for current costs.