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Your local library is so much more than just a place to take out a book or a DVD. Walk in, sit down, and catch up with the latest news by reading a paper or use one of our free computers. Or if you prefer a fabulous evening out, how about attending one of our celebrated author events? If you need to keep the children busy during the holidays, join our many children’s events and activities ranging from Origami making to Story Time.
We know how busy life can be which is why we’ve made it much easier for you to take advantage of our free library services without leaving the house. You can join online as well as renew and reserve items from home. Use our free online reference shelf to help you practice for your UK Driving Theory Test or check out our 19th Century British Library Newspapers: 2 million newspaper pages to access at home!
Extend your love of reading by joining a local reading group or download an eBook to keep you reading on the go. Go on, visit us online to see what we have to offer or visit your local library for more information!
Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 9.30am - 4pm
Potty about Penguins Craft
- 25 October 2014 10-11am
Enjoy paper crafts? Then join us to make Pebble the Penguin to take home. We will show you how to make Pebble to take home and show off to all your friends. This event is part of our Family Learning Festival. For more events see our Family Learning Festival page on our Surrey Libraries website.
£1, book in library, online or by phone on 01483 543599
Wounded with Emily Mayhew
- 25 February 2015 7:30-8:45pm
To her surprise, Emily Mayhew found that the bulk of First World War medical records was destroyed in the mid-1920s. Her book about the journeys of injured soldiers from battlefield to recovery in Britain relies heavily on fascinating first-hand accounts of those who cared for them – stretcher bearers, ambulance drivers, nurses and medical officers. It is also the story of how these pioneers pushed forward the boundaries of battlefield medicine. Emily is passionate about spreading the word about the dedication and sacrifice of these unsung heroes.
Tickets, including refreshments, £5.00 until 31 August, thereafter £6.00.