Easingwold Community Library and Information Centre was founded as a charity in 2017. It’s run by dedicated volunteers working in partnership with North Yorkshire County Council.

The community library is for everyone to enjoy and joining is quick, easy and free. We’ve a surprisingly good selection of books, large print editions, audio books and movies on DVD with new stock arriving every week. Our members can use a wealth of county library resources, including book ordering and reservations.

We look forward to welcoming you.

A library for the community run by the community

webSite updated: 21.06.2021

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Used Book Sale

Starting this week we’re going to be holding the first of an occasional series of used book sales. From Tuesday 1st June (and weather permitting) you’ll find the book sale trolley outside the library front door. Please feel free to browse the books and DVDs on offer, admiring the spectacular butterfly community art installation while … Continue reading Used Book Sale

A Thousand Butterflies have just landed in Easingwold!

In partnership with the Co-op and EasiWorks (Autism Plus) we are now proud to announce that the project to create a community art installation of over 1,000 colourful butterflies has been completed. A stream of beautiful butterflies fluttering under the library’s willow much-loved willow tree is a very striking and memorable reflection of the years 2020 … Continue reading A Thousand Butterflies have just landed in Easingwold!

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