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Wokingham Library

Following guidance from the Government with regard to the coronavirus (COVID-19), before attending an activity, group, drop in, course or event listed on our directory please contact the organisation who is running the service to ensure it is still taking place.


COVID-19 Update

To join online visit our Wokingham Spydus website.

To join our libraries online visit our website. Click and collect orders can be placed via our website, or by phoning the library for those residents who do not have access to the internet.

A large number of online library services are also available, including ebooks, emagazines, enewspapers and audiobooks. All can be found on our website.

Items borrowed before the lockdown period have been renewed automatically and will not incur further overdue charges.

Garden waste sacks and blue bags

Follow the instructions to pay online for any garden waste sacks or additional blue bags. You can also check the opening times of your local collection point and remember you will need your emailed receipt as proof of purchase when collecting the items. 

Updated: 14/04/2021

Description

A large number of online library services are also available, including ebooks, emagazines, enewspapers and audiobooks. Please go to our library service web section for further details of our online services. 

Website:
WBC Library Service
Provider:
Service provided by Wokingham Borough Council

Who to contact

Telephone
0118 978 1368
Email
libraries@wokingham.gov.uk
Social Media

Where to go

Name
Wokingham Library
Address
Denmark Street
Wokingham
Berkshire
Postcode
RG40 2BB

When is it On/Open ?

Date & Time Information

COVID Secure Borrowing and Click and Collect

Tuesday: 1pm to 5pm

Wednesday: 9.30am to 1.30pm

Friday: 9.30am to 1.30pm

Click and Collect Pick up Saturday: 9.30am to 1pm

 Saturday times are for pre-booked orders only.

A large number of online library services are also available, including ebooks, emagazines, enewspapers and audiobooks. All can be found on our website.

Items borrowed before the lockdown period have been renewed automatically and will not incur further overdue charges.

Please note, waste sacks will be accessible by delivery only. Visit our online payment service and select ‘Rubbish and Garden Waste’ under ‘Account Group’ to order: https://cutt.ly/8hV739W or visit the rubbish and garden waste webpage

Closed all Bank Holidays and Public Holidays

Facilities and Accessibility

Facilities
Premises near a train station
Assistance/Guide Dogs welcome
Wheelchair access
Premises on a bus route
Easy Access for Prams and Buggies
Car Parking - Pay and Display
Free WiFi
Accessible toilet
Additional Information

Join Wokingham Library

You can join Wokingham library if you live, work or study in Wokingham borough, or are a member of any other library. There is no charge for joining Wokingham library.

To join

  • Go to Wokingham library and fill in an application form
  • Produce identification showing your name and current address such as driving licence, bank statement with bank card or utility bill less than 3 months old
  • Under 18s need a signature from a parent or guardian


To join online visit:https://wokingham.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/MSGTRN/OPAC/JOIN

You will need your library card at each visit, to borrow books and other resources from the library and also to access public computers.

Accessible Toilet provided by Wokingham Borough Council's Local Loo Scheme - not currently available (Aug 2020)

Art in the Library

'Art in the Library' gives local artists, art students and craftspeople a platform to exhibit their work and ideas. As most pieces are for sale, it is an ideal opportunity to buy or commission unique, crafted pieces and gifts.

For information about exhibiting at Wokingham Library, call 0118 978 1368.

Wokingham Town Centre Regeneration

Relocation of Wokingham Library to the Carnival Phase 2 Development

A planning application will be submitted in summer 2017 for the Carnival Pool Phase 2, which includes plans for an improved leisure centre and community facilities to include the relocation of Wokingham library. You can read more about the proposals to relocate Wokingham library in the Impact Assessment (PDF document). You can also visit the Wokingham Town Centre regeneration web page.

Accessing this service

Age Ranges
All
Booking and Registration Notes

 

 

Provision For

Supporting people with
Wheelchair Accessible
Data last checked: 14/04/2021
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