Physical access for users with disabilities
The Bill Bryson Library and Queen's Campus Library have card-operated turnstile entrances. Users who regularly need to bypass the turnstiles should contact the Library's Disability Co-ordinator so that their campus card can be enabled to use the entrance gate instead. Other users unable to operate the turnstile should make themselves known to staff at the Enquiry window in the Bill Bryson Library and at the desk at the entrance to Queen's Campus Library.
Bill Bryson Library
The main entrance is accessible via a ramp. There are no steps. There are disabled parking bays near the main entrance, opposite the Geography building. Please call 0191 334 6002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org prior to your visit for more information.
Palace Green Library
The entrance to the Library and Galleries from Palace Green is level, but there are steps once you are inside the building. Lifts are available for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility.
Leazes Road Library
Access to the Library is from within the School of Education building and is situated on the ground floor. There are two disabled parking bays at the front of the building. There is a ramp at the front of this building.
Queen's Campus Library
Access to the Library is from within the Ebsworth Building. There are disabled parking bays situated in the car park at the front of the building. The Library is situated on the second floor of the building, and access can be gained via one of the two available lifts.
If you think you would require assistance in the event of an evacuation or emergency in any of our libraries please contact the Library's Disability Co-ordinator, Anne Farrow