Easingwold Community Library and Information Centre opened its doors in community ownership in 2017. The library is managed and run by dedicated volunteers working in partnership with North Yorkshire County Council.

The community 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.

Please check our opening hours and read our Covid-19: Information for Library Visitors before your visit.

A library run for the community by the community

webSite updated: 28.09.2020

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Kids go free!

We want the community library to be as family-friendly as we can make it during challenging times for parents and children. As part of our philosophy of giving back to our community we’ve decided that for the foreseeable future no fines will be levied for the late return of children’s books. As an extra bonus, … Continue reading Kids go free!

New opening hours

We’re extending our opening hours from Monday 7th September. Now you’ll have even more opportunities to come in and choose a cracking read, watch or listen! For those who don’t wish to visit the library in person, our book bundles and home library services could be just the ticket. Click the links for full details.

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