Huntingdon Library

Provided by:
Cambridgeshire County Council
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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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There is something for everyone at Cambridgeshire Libraries.

Our 45 libraries and library access points and 400+ mobile library stops across the county offer books, newspapers, magazines, free WiFi and computer access, CDs and music scores.

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.

Cambridgeshire Libraries’ monthly e-newsletter is a must for finding out what’s going on in a library near you. You will be amazed at the breadth and depth of the events happening in our libraries. Sign up for the library e-Newsletter to make sure you don't miss special promotions and events in your library.

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.

Anyone living, working, studying or visiting in Cambridgeshire, or neighbouring counties, is welcome to join our library service free of charge.

We welcome volunteers in a variety of roles so please contact us if you are interested in getting involved and supporting a library. We have a variety of volunteering opportunities for young people (13+) – Summer Reading Challenge, book clubs, homework help and the Duke of Edinburgh scheme.

There are many adult volunteering opportunities ranging from helping to keep your library spick and span (shelving books, helping with displays etc) to becoming a digital buddy, helping with social media, joining the Read A Little Aloud groups (storytime for adults) through to supporting the arts and culture in your library with The Library Presents programme.

Donations and sponsorship are always welcome and many libraries have local Friends Groups.

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
  • Accessibility
    Wheelchair-friendly and fully accessible for all, lift available
  • Autism friendly guide
  • Toilet
    With disability access
  • Scanner
  • Photocopier
    A3/ A4 self-service colour
  • Printer
    A4 black and white and colour
  • Fax
    Staff-operated
  • Computers
  • Book a computer online
  • Microfiche/Microfilm
    One combined microfilm/microfiche reader/printer and one microfilm-only reader/printer. Both may be pre-booked
  • Refreshments
    Vending machine with a range of quality hot drinks.
  • Free WiFi  
    You don't need to have a library card to use this service.
Additional Services

Opening times

  • Monday:9.30am – 5pm
  • Tuesday:9.30am – 5pm
  • Wednesday:9.30am – 7pm
  • Thursday:9.30am – 1.30pm
  • Friday:9.30am – 5pm
  • Saturday:10am – 4pm
  • Sunday:Closed
Availability:
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

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