Manager: Audrey Woodley
Camps Road, Haverhill
Autism–friendly guide to the library (PDF)
Payments: cash, cheques and cards accepted
Parking: on-site parking available for disabled customers and deliveries only, public pay-and-display short stay car park behind the library
Out-of-hours book return available
Refreshments: café open 1000-1600 on weekdays
Display space: Small table top/banner display spaces available in the foyer and library, glass display cabinet and large display board available in the library
Which? available - ask staff for magazine or to log in
Also available: Reach Haverhill foodbank donation point
IT and printing facilities
|Monday||0900 – 1300|
|Tuesday||0900 – 1900|
|Wednesday||0900 – 1700|
|Thursday||0900 – 1700|
|Friday||0900 – 1700|
|Saturday||0900 – 1630|
|Sunday||1000 – 1600|
Regular events and activities
Soothing songs and gentle nursery rhymes for babies, up to 18 months old.
Craft activities: for primary school age children
Home Education Book Club: aimed at Key Stage 1/2 children
first and third Thursdays of the month, 1400-1530
Contact the library for more information.
Storytime: stories for pre-school children
Songs and action rhymes for toddlers, from 18 months to pre-school age.
Older people's events
Top Time: weekly social group for older people
Meet other people for coffee/tea and a chat in friendly surroundings and enjoy activities including board games, cards and quizzes.
Bookworms reading group
second Saturday of the month, 1430-1600
Chapter Chasers kids' book club
third Sunday of the month, 1100-1200
1:1 IT tutorials on PC or tablets
Sessions arranged on a mutually convenient basis, N/a
£5 for half an hour, £7.50 for up to an hour.
Arts, crafts & games
Free adult colouring
Materials & patterns provided.
U3A knitting and crochet group
second and third Wednesday of the month, 1400-1600
£1. See the Haverhill & District U3A website for details of how to join.
Health & wellbeing events
Open space: drop in for mental health info and chats. All welcome.
Councillor surgeries & professional advice
Energy clinic from the Citizens' Advice Bureau
first Friday of the month, 1100-1230
Bring along your latest gas and electricity bills and find out how you can save money, get extra help from your energy company and insulate your home more.
NatWest information drop-in
every other Wednesday, 0930-1230
A community assistance opportunity to support existing NatWest customers with their banking needs. No session on 14 November.
Family history group
Help and guidance with the Suffolk Family History Society.
Upcoming special events
Fri 26 Oct, 2018 1030 – 1430
Wed 14 Nov, 2018 1030 – 1200