COVID UPDATE: During the current lockdown the library is closed until 2nd December. All loans have been automatically extended until 11th January 2021.

Easingwold Community Library and Information Centre has been in community ownership since 2017, managed and run by dedicated volunteers working in partnership with North Yorkshire County Council.

The library is for all ages and is free to join. Just call in – you’ll be a member in a few minutes and able to borrow books, audio books and DVDs, and use a wealth of online county library resources. We have new stock arriving weekly.

A library for the community run by the community

webSite updated: 25.11.2020

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Home Library Service

Our Home Library & Information Service is free and is for people of all ages who are unable to get to the library or carry books themselves. The service is available on a permanent or temporary basis – for example anyone with a long term condition affecting their ability to leave the house, recuperating after … Continue reading Home Library Service

A Thousand Butterflies!

In partnership with the Co-op and Easi-Works (Autism Plus) we are running a community art project over the winter. Our aim is to create a unique art installation under the Community Library’s willow tree consisting of 1,000 colourful butterflies. The installation will be a reflection of the year 2020 and how its challenges have affected … Continue reading A Thousand Butterflies!

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