Worcestershire Library Service at Home

What does it do?

The Library Service at Home has a specially designed mobile library which delivers books, videos and audiotapes to people living in the more rural parts of Worcestershire. It carries a large stock of popular authors and we can arrange for any book not on board to be obtained on special request. Visually impaired clients have a wide range of large print and audio books to choose from.

The Housebound Service provides a library service to people living in urban areas of the county. This service is provided by most libraries in Worcestershire using staff and volunteers.

Who it is for?

All residents of Worcestershire who are unable to visit a branch or mobile library because of age, a disability or long term illness, which normally confines them to their home and have no relatives or friends who can visit a branch or mobile library on their behalf.

Where it is available?

Local service (Malvern Hills, Worcester, Wychavon, Wyre Forest, Bromsgrove, Redditch).

What it costs:

There is no charge.

How to access or apply for it:

If you would like to know more about these services then contact:
Sharron Jarvis, Library Service at Home, Pershore Library. Church Street,
pershore WR10 1DT. Telephone: 01386 554559 or Email:

Requests can be made by individuals themselves, relatives, friends or carers.

What to expect then:

When you apply to join the service, you will be visited in your home by a member of the library staff who will ask a few questions about the type of books you like; whether you prefer large print or ordinary print, hardback or paperback, etc. You may also choose to receive talking books, music cassettes, videos and compact discs.


Info last updated:

County Hall Spetchley Road, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR5 2NP