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- Cambridgeshire County Council
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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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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.
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Facilities and equipment
Facilities and Equipment
- Car park
- Public transport Bus stops available on Green End Lane and for both directions from The Green. From The Green, walk up Green End Lane and turn left into side road with signage for the Leisure Centre. Sawtry Community Centre is the building on the left. (Stagecoach 46). Check bus timetable
- Accessibility - wheelchair-friendly and fully accessible for all
- Toilet Available on site with disability access and baby changing facilities.
- Printer A4 black and white, and colour.
- Book a computer online
- Free WiFi
You don't need to have a library card to use this service.
- Library Presents - Bringing arts activities to libraries across Cambridgeshire
- Tuesday:3pm – 7pm
- Wednesday:10am – 1pm, 2pm – 5pm
- Friday:3pm – 5pm
- Saturday:9.30am – 12.30pm
- All Year
- Opening Notes:
- Closed on bank holidays
- Type: Libraries; Local Authority Service
Last updated on: 14 February 2020
Sawtry Community Centre, Green End Road, Sawtry PE28 5UX
Facilities and Accessibility
- Accessible parking
- Baby facilities
- Wheelchair access
- Disabled toilets
- Toilet facilities
What’s on at this venue
- 22 February - Lego Club - Sawtry Library
- 22 February - Sawtry History Society
- 25 February - Computer Buddying - Sawtry Library
- 26 February - Rhymetime (term-time only) - Sawtry Library
- 29 February - Sawtry History Society
- 29 February - Lego Club - Sawtry Library
- 03 March - Computer Buddying - Sawtry Library
- 04 March - Rhymetime (term-time only) - Sawtry Library
- 07 March - Lego Club - Sawtry Library
- 07 March - Sawtry History Society