Rugeley Library

We closed today at 6pm
Open tomorrow 9am - 5pm
Rugeley Library, Anson Street, Rugeley,
Staffordshire, WS15 2BB

From 9am - 5pm weekdays:
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

From 5pm - 6pm on Thursday and 10am - 4pm on Saturday
Telephone: 01889 869063

Email: rugeley.library@staffordshire.gov.uk

Car parking: Public car parks available in town centre.

Facilities: Toilet and baby changing facilities available. Changing Places toilet also available.
Opening TimesMonday9am - 5pmTuesday9am - 5pmWednesday9am - 1pmThursday9am - 6pmFriday9am - 5pmSaturday10am - 4pmSundayClosed
Bank Holidays

Why visit Rugeley Library

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

We have a Blue Badge volunteer who will be working on most Fridays from 10am - 12pm. We will allocate appointments. This is in addition to our general IT buddy who is here on Tuesday afternoons. 

Regular activities and events

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

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.

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