Talke Library

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Open tomorrow 10am - 5pm
Transferred on 11/04/2019, Talke is now a Community Managed Library managed by Kidsgrove Care Solutions and run on a day to day basis by a team of volunteers.
Talke Library, Springhead Primary School,
Kingsley Road, Talke Pits, Staffordshire, ST7 1RA

Telephone: 01782 485272

Email: talke.library@staffordshire.gov.uk

Car parking: Car parking available.

Facilities: Accessible toilet and baby changing facilities available.
Opening TimesMonday10am - 5pmTuesday2pm - 5pmWednesday2pm - 5pmThursdayClosedFriday10am - 5pmSaturday10am - 1pmSundayClosed
Bank Holidays

Why visit Talke 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

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Meeting rooms

Small meeting room for up to 12 people.

Please contact us to book a room.

Charges

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