Lichfield Library

Open today 9am - 5pm
Lichfield Library, The Guild of St Mary's Centre,
Market Square, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 6LG

Telephone: 0300 111 8000
Your call will be answered by Staffordshire County Council's Contact Centre staff who will be able to deal with your library enquiry

Email: lichfield.library@staffordshire.gov.uk

Car parking: Public car parks available in town centre.

Facilities: Accessible toilet and baby changing facilities available.
Opening TimesMonday8:30am - 5pmTuesday9am - 6pmWednesday9am - 5pmThursday9am - 6pmFriday9am - 5pmSaturday9am - 4pmSundayClosed
Bank Holidays

Why visit Lichfield Library

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

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Regular activities and events

There are lots more events on at all times - search our events calendar to find out more.

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Meeting rooms

There are no meeting rooms at this library, however there is space to hire within St. Mary's.

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