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Haverhill Library

Haverhill Library

Manager: Audrey Woodley

Camps Road, Haverhill
CB9 8HB

Opening hours

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

Room & venue hire

Room and space hire at Haverhill Library →

Branch facilities

  • Accessibility information
  • 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
  • Free sanitary products available
  • Refreshments: The Haven café run by St Nicholas open 9:30am - 4pm 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:

IT and printing facilities

Regular events and activities

Children's events

Chapter Chasers kids' book club

third Sunday of the month, 1100-1200

Code Club for 5-12 year-olds: limited spaces, first come, first served

every other Sunday, 1030-1200

Self-managing group - devices and headphones available to borrow.

Craft activities: for primary school age children

Sunday, 1030-1200

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.

Lego Club: for 5-12 year-olds.

every other Sunday, 1030-1200

Drop in, no need to book.

Older people's events

Top Time: weekly social group for older people

Wednesday, 1030-1200

Meet other people for coffee/tea and a chat in friendly surroundings and enjoy activities including board games, cards and quizzes.

Reading groups

Bookworms reading group

second Saturday of the month, 1430-1600

Fully booked

Chapter Chasers kids' book club

third Sunday of the month, 1100-1200

Hooked On Books reading group

third Saturday of the month, 1430-1600

Speak to a member of staff for more information and to join.

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

Five Ways to Wellbeing with Suffolk User Forum

Thursdays 19 & 26 March, 2, 9 & 16 April., 1100-1300

A free five-week workshop introducing new ways to improve your wellbeing. Open to all with no referral needed. Tea and coffee provided, travel expenses covered. Call Chloe at Suffolk User Forum on 01473 907087 to book.

History

Family history group

Wednesday, 1400-1600

Help and guidance with the Suffolk Family History Society.

Upcoming special events