- Provided by:
- Cambridgeshire County Council
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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Online there is free access to e-books and e-audiobooks, access to many newspapers plus an array of free e-magazines to download and read at your leisure. You can use the library app to access to your account, request and renew books.
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If you find you cannot get to your library due to mobility difficulties, illness (short or long term) or through unpaid caring responsibilities, you may be eligible for the Home Library Service. We find a volunteer to bring you reading materials and have a chat every month.
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Facilities and equipment
Facilities and Equipment
- Car Park
Two disabled car park spaces available, otherwise please use nearby public car parks
- Public transport
Bus station is located nearby, railway station about 3/4 mile towards Brampton.
Check bus timetables
Wheelchair-friendly and fully accessible for all, lift available
- Autism friendly guide
With disability access
A3/ A4 self-service colour
A4 black and white and colour
- Book a computer online
One combined microfilm/microfiche reader/printer and one microfilm-only reader/printer. Both may be pre-booked
Vending machine with a range of quality hot drinks.
- Free WiFi
You don't need to have a library card to use this service.
- Monday:9.30am – 5pm
- Tuesday:9.30am – 5pm
- Wednesday:9.30am – 7pm
- Thursday:9.30am – 1.30pm
- Friday:9.30am – 5pm
- Saturday:10am – 4pm
- All Year
- Opening Notes:
- Unstaffed library sessions: Monday to Friday 9.00am to 9.30am, and Thursday 2pm - 4pm. During these sessions you can self-issue and return books, access photocopying and printing facilities and public computers during these sessions. Closed on bank holidays
- Type: Libraries; Local Authority Service
Last updated on: 24 March 2020
Huntingdon Library and Archives, Princes Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3PA
Facilities and Accessibility
- Accessible parking
- Baby facilities
- Wheelchair access
Listings at this venue
What’s on at this venue
- 31 March - Scrabble Club - Huntingdon Library
- 01 April - Storytime - Huntingdon Library
- 02 April - EngAGE in the Afternoon - Huntingdon Library
- 03 April - Baby Rhymetime (term-time only) - Huntingdon Library
- 03 April - Toddler Rhymetime (term-time only) - Huntingdon Library
- 04 April - LEGO Club - Huntingdon Library
- 06 April - Computer Buddying - Huntingdon Library
- 07 April - Scrabble Club - Huntingdon Library
- 08 April - Storytime - Huntingdon Library
- 10 April - Baby Rhymetime (term-time only) - Huntingdon Library