Easingwold Community Library and Information Centre opened its doors in community ownership in 2017. The library is managed and run by dedicated and enthusiastic 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.

COVID-19: We will be re-opening soon, offering a limited range of services as we move towards normal operation. You’ll find details here.

A library run for the community by the community

webSite updated: 10.07.2020

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Library Re-opening

Good news!  We’ve been busy planning a staged re-opening of the library: From 21st July we will offer a limited service, opening from 10am till 12 Noon on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays for returning books and collecting pre-ordered book bundles (see below). Week commencing 27th July: you’ll be able to use the public computers. Week … Continue reading Library Re-opening

Summer Reading Challenge

The library is closed at the moment but your kids can still take part in SILLY SQUAD – the Summer Reading Challenge for 2020. You’ll find full details of Silly Squad and how youngsters aged from 4 to 11 can join in the fun on our special Summer Reading Challenge webpage.

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