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Wombourne Library

Limited services

Before you visit, please see our update page for up to date service information or contact your library using the details below.

Order and collect service

An ‘order and collect’ service will be operating in the first few weeks of opening, so browsing will not be available and there will be limited numbers of visitors able to access the library building at any one time.

To place an order, please either complete our online form or contact the library using the phone number or email address shown below.

Please note that we are not able to provide specific titles on request, as we will only be supplying the books available at your selected library at this stage.

Open today 9:30am - 5pm
Wombourne Library, Wombourne Community Centre,
Church Road, Wombourne, WV5 9EZ

Telephone: 0300 111 8000
From 9am – 5pm weekdays, 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 - 7pm on Wednesdays, 9.30am - 4pm on Saturdays and for meeting room bookings, please call 01902 506055


Email: wombourne.library@staffordshire.gov.uk

Car parking: Disabled car park available adjacent to library.

Facilities: Toilet facilities available (including a Changing Places toilet). Baby changing facilities also available.
Opening TimesMonday9:30am - 5pmTuesday9:30am - 1pmWednesday9:30am - 7pmThursday9:30am - 5pmFriday9:30am - 5pmSaturday9:30am - 4pmSundayClosed
Bank Holidays

Why visit Wombourne 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.

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.

What you can do online

Location

Directions

View directions to Wombourne Library through Google Maps.

Meeting rooms

  • Main hall for up to 175 people
  • Meeting room with kitchen - up to 80 people
  • Small meeting room for up to 8 people

Please contact us to book a room.

Charges

Charges are at an hourly rate:

Small room/Office

  • Commercial organisations: £12.50
  • Non-commercial organisations: £9.50

Children's centre

  • Commercial organisations: £16.50
  • Non-commercial organisations: £12

Community room

  • Commercial organisations: £16.50
  • Non-commercial organisations: £12

Main hall

  • Commercial organisations: £22.50
  • Non-commercial organisations: £14.00

Other rooms?

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

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