How to join the library
You can also collect an application from your local library.
If handing an application in to your library, you will need to bring proof of your address, such as a utility bill or driving licence. If you are under 18, no identification is required. However, if you are under 16 years of age, you will need a parent or guardian to sign your membership form for you.
You should receive your library card on the spot.
What our libraries offer
When you join, you'll be able to borrow materials from any library in Enfield and the Libraries Consortium.
You will be given a PIN and library card number, which you can use to log in to the online catalogue.
If you forget your PIN or want to change it, visit the online catalogue or contact your local library. You'll need to bring some ID with you if you are coming to visit. If you have more questions about your PIN, ask a member of staff.
All 17 Enfield libraries have free Wi-Fi and all of them, except Angel Raynham, have self-service terminals.
These provide a quick and convenient way to issue and return library items yourself. You can use self-service for all items, although some DVDs and consortium items must be collected from staff.
Enfield library card
With an Enfield library card, you can borrow books, DVDs, CDs, audio books and language courses.
If you're over 60, your card automatically becomes concessionary. If you're registered as disabled, you should speak to your local hub library about updating your account or registering for a concessionary card.
Job seeker's concessions
If you're unemployed, you can qualify for a concessionary card. When updating or registering for an account, bring proof of unemployment. Job seekers also qualify for a community learner card, which gives you an extra 2 free hours of Internet use per day for job-related activities. For more information, speak to your local hub library or visit community learning programme.
You can borrow up to a maximum of 25 items in any combination.