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Gnosall Community Library

Library services phased reopening and limited services

Staffordshire’s libraries will begin a phased reopening with limited services from Monday 6 July. Please see our update page for individual library opening dates and times.

Please note: the opening times stated below are our standard opening hours which we are not currently operating to. Services offered at the library are also limited, please contact the library for current service information.

Closed Today
Open tomorrow 10am - 12:30pm
Gnosall is now a Community Managed Library run by a team of volunteers under GLEAN (Gnosall Library Environment and Nurture).
Gnosall Library,
Grosvenor Centre,
High Street,
Gnosall,
Stafford,
ST20 0EX

Telephone: 01785 895750
Email: gnosall.library@staffordshire.gov.uk

Car parking: Car parking available.

Facilities: Toilet facilities available.
Opening TimesMonday4pm - 6:30pmTuesday10am - 12:30pmWednesday3pm - 7pmThursday2pm - 4pmFridayClosedSaturday10am - 12:30pmSundayClosed
Bank Holidays

Why visit Gnosall Library

The above are just a few examples of what you will find at the library, but there is lots more on offer.

Gallery

What you can do online

Autism friendly map

We like to make our libraries as friendly and accessible as possible. Our simple visual floorplans can be viewed on a mobile device or printed off to bring with you on your visit.

Location

Directions

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