About the health promotion resources at Lynfield Library
Our library has a unique collection of health promotion resources available to borrow to make your health education projects highly effective. We have a selection of models, teaching packs, games, charts and displays on a range of topics. These resources are specially designed for health promotion, education and engagement. Please click below on the twelve topic areas to see our resource highlights.
Contraception and sexual health
Healthy eating and exercise
Mental health and emotional wellbeing
Oral health and personal hygiene
Parenting, pregnancy and breastfeeding
Self-examination, screening and cancer prevention
The resources can be borrowed from anyone who supports health and well-being in the Bradford and Airedale areas of West Yorkshire. This includes NHS staff, corporate health and well-being, teachers and educators, students, the voluntary sector, social care workers and more. If you are in doubt about your eligibility please contact the library using the details below.
How to Borrow Health Promotion Resources
To borrow resources, you’ll need to be a member of the Bradford NHS libraries, which we are part. You can become a member by completing a registration form in the library. Please bring some work or personal ID for this.
Once you are a registered you can borrow resources at your convenience. Books and teaching packs can be loaned for four weeks, but all other resources can only be loaned for the times that you require them for, ideally less than two weeks. This allows the resources to be used by more people. We recommend people place advanced bookings on the resources to ensure they are available for the dates they require them. Bookings can be made up to a year in advance. There is no limit on the number of resources you can loan at a time.
All resources must be borrowed and returned from the Library based at Lynfield Mount Hospital during our opening hours (see below).
Visiting the library
You are welcome to visit anytime during our opening hours, 09.00-17:00 Monday to Thursday and 09.00-16:30 Friday. The library is closed on weekends and bank holidays. You don’t need an appointment to visit, but please let us know if you are planning to come as a group of 4 or more.
The library is located in a building just to the right of the main reception at Lynfield Mount Hospital. The library is also shown on the large site map signs in the site car park. Access to the library is gained via a glass door, please press the buzzer on this door and bring a form of work or personal ID for security identification.
Parking is available at the Lynfield Mount Hospital site, but places are limited. The 620 bus also goes directly from the city centre to Lynfield Mount Hospital and is approximately every 15 minutes.