Library app and social media sites
Mobile app for libraries
Access the library anytime, anywhere. Using our new mobile app, 'My Library' you can:
- Have easy access to your library account
- Search and renew items online
- Place and manage reservations
- View events happening at your local library
- View payments
- Access our range of eBooks and other eResources
- Book a computer
- You can also scan a book's ISBN barcode anywhere and immediately find out whether the book you want is in stock at your library.
Borrow and return library items on our app
Our app has a brand new feature - you can now borrow and return library items on our library app on your smartphone. This new feature is being trialled and it's currently only available at Kensington Central Library. Please speak to library staff for more information.
Find out more about our libraries, including treasures from our fashion and folklore special collections, news from our reading groups, library events, general musings, and much more.
Follow our library blog
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We have our very own podcast which delves into people's lives and their impact on our world, through our special Biographies Collection at Kensington Central Library.
BioEpic is available through Anchor, Spotify, Breaker, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts and Radio Public - listen and subscribe today.
Come and like us on our RBKC Libraries Facebook page and have a say about your local library.
We love taking photos and sharing them, follow us RBKC Libraries Instagram
Follow us on Twitter to find out about the latest goings on from your local library RBKC Libraries Twitter
We now have our own YouTube channel. We regularly upload videos for children - baby rhyme times, stories and crafts. There are also videos for adults too with author talks and more. Subscribe today.
Local Studies blog
‘The Library Time Machine’, created and written by retired Local Studies and archives librarian, Dave Walker.
This blog gives glimpses into the past lives and history of Kensington and Chelsea The Library Time Machine.