44 North Street
Hornchurch Library was originally built in 1967, between March 2006 and August 2007 the library underwent a complete refurbishment. During this refurbishment a new tower incorporating a lift and stairs was added to the existing building.
The library now has an open and welcoming feel and includes meeting, classrooms & event rooms on the 1st floor, along with the Peoples network computers and study space.
Please check before visiting.
A Fine Brother: The Life of Captain Flora Sandes Author Event
- 25 April 2014 2-3:30pm
The only British woman to enlist as a soldier in the First World War, Flora Sandes became a heroine and a media sensation when she fought for the Serbian Army and persued a distinguished career in its ranks.
This account charts her mission to Serbia as a Red Cross volunteer and subsequent military enrolment, her celebrity lecture tours and her survival in a Gestapo prison during the Second World War.
Join her authorised biographer, Louise Miller, to find out more about this fascinating character.
- Any age
Enigma - Cracking the Code
- 6 June 2014 From 6:30pm
To coincide with the 70th anniversary of the D Day Landings, Hornchurch Library is hosting a talk about Bletchley Park, the history of code breaking and stories of the incredible men and women working there.
- Any age
Ticket prices £10 Library members / £11 Non members