(after the 40% cut by DCC)
Tuesday 10.00am - 12.30pm
2.30pm - 6.00pm
Thursday 10.00am - 12.30pm
3.00pm - 5.00pm
Saturday 10.00am - 12.00 noon
The library is small but well used by the Community. There is a good
selection of books both for adults and children as well as large print
books for those with sight problems, spoken word tapes and CDs. Circulation
of the stock means there are always new and different titles available.
Free Wi-Fi connection is available.
The small reference section is supplemented by a collection of materials
and books about the local area and history.
Specific titles of books, CDs and DVDs can be ordered. The aim of this
small community library is to provide a service that reflects the needs and
preferences of the borrowers.
WRVS helpers provide a home delivery service to those who are unable to
attend the Library.
Three public access computers provide access to the internet and word
processing packages – this is free for the first half hour.
Visitors can read a range of newspapers.
The library and the Community
The library notice board provides information about local events and local
organisations are encouraged to display information about their activities.
Children are particularly welcome with activities and events regularly held
in the Library.
The popular monthly coffee mornings
Women's Institute Book Day
Poetry reading for older children
The Library runs a Reading Group which meets every month and to which anyone
is welcome. Personal groups are supported with access to the Devon Library
Service Reading Group sets.