South Western Regional Library Service
The South Western Regional Library Service (SWRLS) is a charitable organisation, funded entirely by membership subscriptions, and exists to act as an advocate for libraries and promote cooperation between libraries across all sectors in the South West and the Channel Islands
It was originally set up to coordinate inter-lending of books and other materials between libraries in the region, but it has now developed into a strategic body, membership of which offers an opportunity to influence the developing agenda for the library and information domain and the wider cultural sector, both regionally and nationally.
It also aims to support members by providing CPD opportunities.
To find out more about SWRLS see our:
- Membership leaflet
- latest Annual Report
- Strategic Plan draft 2014-17
- or visit our About page which highlights some of the recent activity.
Open Doors project presentation for SWRLS council
Take a journey with the South West Reading Passport 2014. Visit the Reading Passport website www.readingpassport.org. The project is a partnership between the South Western Regional Library Service (SWRLS), Literature Works and the Royal Literary Fund and has also received a grant from Arts Council England.