External view of the new High Heaton LibraryNewton Road
High Heaton
Phone: 0191 277 4100
Email: information@newcastle.gov.uk

Limited free on-street parking available.

View accessibility information on High Heaton Library provided by DisabledGo.

This library is autism friendly see user guide (pdf, 1.91mb).

Opening hours

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 9:30am - 5pm
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 9:30am - 5pm​
Friday: Closed
Saturday: 10am - 1pm
Sunday: Closed

Please note: the public computers are automatically turned off 15 minutes before closing time.

If we are not open remember you can renew and reserve items, chat to a librarian and access other helpful resources on the online 24 Hour Library.

Join the library or renew your card online

Library charges including fines and printing (https://www.newcastle.gov.uk/leisure-libraries-and-tourism/libraries/library-charges-and-fines)

About High Heaton Library

You can borrow books and have free access to information, newspapers, magazines, and computers and serve yourself at our self-service terminals. The children's area has a bright fun look and is partitioned from the adult area by a glass screen upon which local artist Kathryn Hodgkinson has etched designs inspired by the memorial trees in the Spinney. Customers can relax and meet friends over a cup of coffee or tea available from a vending machine. There really is something for everyone.

Services at High Heaton Library include:

  • Free internet access and wifi 
  • Photocopier - black and white, colour
  • Printing - black and white, colour
  • Scanner
  • Study space
  • Newspapers
  • Community information 
  • Leaflets on local attractions
  • Councillor's surgeries
  • Homework support
  • Class Visits
  • Children's crafts and events as arranged & bookable www.newcastle.gov.uk/libraryevents
  • Tyne Bridge Publishing books can be ordered in from City Library
  • Regular events as arranged by the Friends of High Heaton Library

Customer Service Point

Guide to the Enquiry Point at the new High Heaton Library

You can get information about different council services at the new Customer Service Information Point. You can use a freephone service to contact other council departments and staff from Your Homes Newcastle.

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Page last updated: 
29 October 2018
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