In English

Anyone is eligible to use the facilities offered at the libraries within the Greve Council area.

Borrowing books and other materials is free of charge, and there are no limits to the number of materials you can borrow at any given time. However, we do require that new users have a CPR or social security number and card, in order to obtain access to all of our library materials.

If this is not the case, we can issue a temporary library card and limit loan of our materials to printed materials only. Full access can be obtained when a CPR has been allocated and a social security card has been issued.

When visiting the library for the first time, you can register as a user by producing up-to-date ID. If you are over the age of 16, your yellow social security card can be used as your library card, and your CPR or social security number will be your user number.

Persons under the age of 16 will receive a special library card, when they have presented us with a registration form, filled out and signed by their parents or wards. Please remember that your library card is strictly personal, and should be taken with you when visiting the library.

Opening hours

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Greve Library consists of two branches in Hundige and Tune

Addresses and Opening Hours

Greve Library
Portalen 2
2670 Greve

Phone:             +45 43 95 80 00
greve@grevebib.dk

Opening Hours:
Greve Library (Hundige branch) is an open library, which means that opening times extend beyond the staffed opening hours. Greve Library is open for self-service mon-fri from 7 am to 9 pm and sat - sun from 7 am - 5 pm.

Staffed opening hours
Monday:         10 am - 5 pm
Tuesday:        10 am - 5 pm
Wednesday:   10 am - 5 pm
Thursday:       10 am - 5 pm
Friday:            10 am - 5 pm
Saturday:        10 am - 1 pm
Sunday:          No staff

Tune Library
Tune Center 15
4030 Tune

Phone:             +45 43 95 80 00
greve@grevebib.dk

Opening Hours:
Tune Library (Hundige branch) is an open library, which means that opening times extend beyond the staffed opening hours. Tune Library is open for self-service mon-sun from 7 am to 10 pm.

Staffed opening hours
Monday:         3 pm- 6 pm
Tuesday:        No staff
Wednesday:   12 pm - 3 pm
Thursday:       No staff
Friday:            10 am - 12 pm
Saturday:        No staff
Sunday:          No staff

Read, listen and learn

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Enjoy our collections of books in English

At the library, we have a fairly large collection of literature in English. If you are looking for something in particular, just ask the staff for help - if we don't have it in our collection, we may be able to acquire it for you. We also have subscription to digital resources such as eReolen Global and Pressreader where you free of charge can access magazines, books and articles online. Please ask the staff how to access these resources.

Help and information

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Need help with your homework or job applications? We can help you at the library.

Every Tuesday afternoon, between 3pm and 5pm, Greve Library’s group of volunteers is available to assist with homework assignments, revision, language training, job applications or whatever your specific need might be. You don’t need to sign up, just turn up.

This service is free of charge and there is no age limit, so adults needing help with language school assignments or job applications are also welcome.

Events

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Events and activities for children and adults

At Greve Library, we have many events and activities, for both adults and children. The majority of our activities of course take place in Danish, but people of all nationalities are more than welcome to participate.

Some of our activities are free of charge, and others incur a small but moderate fee. To name but a few - children's theatre, holiday activities for school children, computer game area, homework café, interactive treasure hunts, creative workshops, seasonal events and activities, twice yearly birthday party for all three year olds and their families living in the Greve council area, adult lectures and recitals, book circles, it-workshops and courses, changing exhibitions by local collectors and artists, international women's group etc.

Should it prove to be of interest, there is also the possibility of the library arranging extra events and activities in English.