The Thomas Graham Community Library – a striking modern building with advanced net zero carbon energy system – is the product of a partnership between Strathblane Community Development Trust (SCDT) and Stirling Council. It is the first community-council partnership to deliver library services in Scotland: a blend of charitable and donor finance, community enterprise and local authority expertise. This unique development is believed to be the UK’s first new public library building to be funded by voluntary donation in recent times. It will shoulder no debt. The Thomas Graham Library has been supported by Local Energy Scotland and the Scottish Government’s Community and Renewable Energy Scheme.



Services provided


Computer access

Community rooms

Free sanitary products

Dog bags


Coffee machine

Groups and Activities

To get the exact dates of fortnightly or monthly meetings, please call or email the library.

Strathblane reading group for adults
Monthly meetings (third Tuesday of the month)
Tuesdays, 7:30pm – 9pm

Monthly meetings (last Friday of the month)
Fridays, 10:30am – 11am

Film club (discussion group for adults)
Monthly meetings (first Tuesday of month)

Fun with fabric (junior)
Monthly meetings
For dates, please contact the library

Citizens Advice drop in sessions
Fortnightly meetings
Thursdays, 1pm – 3pm
Tuesdays, 7:30pm – 9pm

Community Rooms

The Thomas Graham Library is home to two wonderful community rooms that are available for hire to community groups, individuals and businesses.