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Adderbury Library

Activities, books and online resources for children and young adults at Adderbury Library. Parents and Carers book collections, covering all aspects of childcare ‘Kids and Teens’ eBooks and eAudio and eMagazines  Online resources for homework and study Board books for babies; Young Adult fiction and graphic novels;…

Activities, books and online resources for children and young adults at Adderbury Library.

  • Parents and Carers book collections, covering all aspects of childcare
  • ‘Kids and Teens’ eBooks and eAudio and eMagazines 
  • Online resources for homework and study
  • Board books for babies; Young Adult fiction and graphic novels; stories, picture books and information books…
  • Free reservations for under eighteens, no fines for under-fives
  • Memberships for childminders and foster carers
  • Free public Wi-Fi and free use of library computers

Regular events:

  • Rhyme times, run by the Friends of Adderbury Library – please ask in branch for further information

For more detailed information please look at our Library Services for Children and Young People page.

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Disabled Inclusive

Who to contact

Telephone
01295 810545
E-mail
adderbury.library@oxfordshire.gov.uk
Website
https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/AdderburyLibrary

Where to go

Name
Adderbury Library
Address
Church House
High Street
Adderbury
Postcode
OX17 3LS

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Tuesday, Friday: 10am-1pm & 2pm-5pm; Thursday: 4pm-7pm; Saturday: 9.30am-1pm
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Evening

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
From 0 To 120

Additional Information

Providing services to
Children
Young people
Adults
Older people

Last checked on 16/11/2021

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