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Autism friendly libraries

Dimensions-logo1 Autism FriendlyWe like to make our libraries as friendly and accessible as possible.

Autism friendly maps

Since some of our customers need some more help in visiting a library, we have produced some simple visual floorplans of our main libraries, which you can download and print off to bring with you on your visit.

We have listed below all the libraries that have an available floorplan, please click on the one you wish to visit and you will be taken to the library information page where you will find opening time information as well as the floorplan.

We do have more plans coming soon, however if your local library is not listed above, please contact them for assistance.

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We have also created a guide on how to use a library in Staffordshire which you can download and print off:

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