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ABOUT THE PINES LIBRARY

The Pines Library is the largest library on autism in the Highlands.

What is in the library? Resources include books, DVDs and sensory items all
available for loan free of charge.

You can search the full catalogue by keyword, author or title.

Who can use the library? The Pines Library can be used by young autistic people (up to age 19), their parents,
carers and family members and professionals, 
.

When is it open? The library is open Monday to Friday 10am-4pm, there is no need to make an
appointment, just come along.

What can I borrow? You can borrow two items at a time, for four weeks.

Is there a charge? No, it is free to use the Pines Library

How do I collect items? All items must be collected in person from The Pines in Inverness,
unfortunately we cannot post items because of the cost involved.

Can I renew items on loan? Yes, you can renew an item if you have not finished with it within
four weeks. You can renew loans using the Library search module. You can also search for items
and see the items you have on loan.

What happens if I lose an item I have borrowed? The Pines will send a reminder about the overdue
loan. If the item is not received back after a period of time you will be charged for a replacement copy.

The Pines
Drummond Road,
Inverness
IV2 4NZ

01463 720 030
The.pines@highland.gov.uk