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Haverhill Library

Manager: Sanphra Willmott

Camps Road, Haverhill
CB9 8HB

Tel: 01440 702638
Email: help@suffolklibraries.co.uk
Friends group: Friends of Haverhill Library

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Branch facilities

  • Accessibility information
  • Autism–friendly guide to the library (PDF)
  • Payments: cash, cheques and cards accepted
  • Parking: available for disabled customers and deliveries only
  • 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

IT and printing facilities

Room and space hire

Opening hours

Day Hours
Monday 0900 – 1300
Tuesday 0900 – 1900
Wednesday 0900 – 1300, 1600 – 1800
Thursday 0900 – 1900
Friday 0900 – 1700
Saturday 0900 – 1630
Sunday 1000 – 1600

Regular events and activities

Children's events

Baby Bounce

Friday, 1000-1030

Soothing songs and gentle nursery rhymes for babies, up to 18 months old.

Craft activities: for primary school age children

Sunday, 1030-1200

Home Ed Kids' Club

first and third Thursdays of the month, 1400-1500

Contact the library for more information.

Storytime: stories for pre-school children

Monday, 1000-1030

Tot Rock

Tuesday, 1000-1030

Songs and action rhymes for toddlers, from 18 months to pre-school age.

Older people's events

Top Time: events and activities for older people

Wednesday, 1030-1200

Reading groups

Bookworms reading group

second Saturday of the month, 1430-1600

Chapter Chasers kids' book club

third Sunday of the month, 1100-1200

IT help

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

Sunday, 1330-1530

Materials & patterns provided.

Health & wellbeing events

Councillor surgeries & professional advice

NatWest information drop-in

every other Wednesday, 0930-1230

A community assistance opportunity to support existing NatWest customers with their banking needs.

Triple P - advice on parenting teens

Mondays 15, 22 and 29 January and 5 and 26 February 2018 (optional phone sessions on 12 and 19 February), 1000-1200

Find out about a range of techniques for handling and avoiding common behavioural and developmental issues in your teenage children, with an emphasis on positive communication and forward planning. For more information and to book, contact Frances McGinn on 07734 848938 or frances.mcginn@suffolk.gov.uk.

History

Family history group

Wednesday, 1400-1600

Help and guidance with the Suffolk Family History Society.

Upcoming special events