Silverdale Community Library

Open today 9am - 4:30pm
Silverdale is now a Community Managed Library run by volunteers and Business Enterprise Support (BES).
Silverdale Library, High Street,
Silverdale, Newcastle-under-Lyme, ST5 6LY

Telephone: 01782 485277
Email: silverdale.library@staffordshire.gov.uk

Car parking: Car park available within short distance from Library.

Facilities: Toilet and baby changing facilities available.
Opening TimesMonday9am - 4:30pmTuesday9am - 4:30pmWednesdayClosedThursday9am - 4:30pmFriday10am - 2pmSaturday9am - 1pmSundayClosed
Bank Holidays

Why visit Silverdale Library

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

Gallery

Regular activities and events

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

What you can do online

Location

Directions

View directions to Silverdale Library through Google Maps.

Meeting rooms

  • Small meeting room - up to 15 people
  • Small meeting room 2 - up to 15 people
  • Both meeting rooms can be used as one large meeting room for up to 30 people

Please contact us to book a room.

Charges

View charges for hiring a meeting room.

Other rooms?

If you're looking for a different sized meeting room please see our  meeting rooms by size

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