Fulbourn Village Library

Coronavirus (COVID-19): From Monday 23 March all Library buildings will be closed. The service is working to create an alternative offer, read more on the library news page.
All item due dates have been extended and all overdue fines suspended throughout the closure period.

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Fulbourn Village Library was re-opened by volunteers in November 2003 after having been closed by the County Council in October 2003. In May 2009 we moved to new premises at The Swifts, Haggis Gap.

Cambridgeshire Library Service provides us with a computer for public use and another computer, which links us to the computer system operated in all of Cambridgeshire Libraries.  If you have a Cambridgeshire, Peterborough or Suffolk Library card you can borrow books from our Library. The computer system enables us to request books for our customers from  anywhere within Cambridgeshire Libraries and you can also request books from Peterborough and Suffolk Library Services.  

With the exception of some large print titles and some children's books which are supplied by the County Council, we rely on  the generosity of the community from whom we have a steady supply of donations, both fiction and non-fiction.

We are open for 7 sessions, totalling 14 hours per week. We have 35 volunteers who give up their time to help run our Library. We have 2 volunteers on duty at all Library sessions. Our volunteers also sort out the donated books and get them ready and on the Library shelves for our customers to borrow.

See all our activities on our website https://fulbournlibrary.weebly.com

Facilities and equipment

  • Wheelchair access
  • Disabled toilet
  • Baby change facility
  • Hearing loop

Opening times

  • Monday:3pm – 5pm
  • Tuesday:3pm – 5pm
  • Wednesday:5pm – 7pm
  • Thursday:10am – 12pm, 3pm – 5pm
  • Friday:3pm – 5pm
  • Saturday:10am – 12pm
  • Sunday:Closed
All Year
Opening Notes:
See website for major bank holiday closures.
  • Type: Libraries

Last updated on: 23 March 2020

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