High Heaton Library
High Heaton Library
|Tuesday||9.30am to 1pm and 1.30pm to 5pm|
|Thursday||9.30am to 1pm and 1.30pm to 5pm|
|Saturday||10am to 1pm|
The library is open for:
- browsing and borrowing a wide range of books including fiction and non-fiction for adults and children;
- printing and photocopying;
- using a public computer and scanner for up to three-hours a day;
- free WiFi;
- reserving stock including books, DVDs, toys and board games;
- advice on using our BorrowBox and Libby apps to browse our eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and daily newspapers; and
- freephone to other council services.
The public computers are automatically turned off 15 minutes before closing time.
This library is autism-friendly (please see our user guide).
Access to High Heaton Library is on ground floor with level access and automatic doors. We have a freephone to other council services and public computers where you can self-serve other council services. We have free Wi-Fi access, two public toilets (one with disabled access) and a hot drinks vending machine.
At High Heaton Library we have:
- Nearby bus stops on Newton Road for travelling in both directions.
- Cycle racks outside of the library.
- Limited parking is available on local streets near the building. Check the signage for the length of time you can park.
- Designated disabled parking bays directly outside the building for use by Blue Badge holders.
Full accessibility information for High Heaton Library can be found on AccessAble's website.
All our public PCs have access to large print text for visually impaired users and we have a hearing loop to assist in communicating with hearing impaired people.
Did you know?
You can borrow books, audiobooks, board games and DVDs for free. You can read eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and newspapers for free on your device, wherever you are.
To find books, stories and research materials you can:
- Browse our online catalogue to find items to borrow.
- Explore BorrowBox to download eBooks and eAudiobooks.
- Explore Libby to access eMagazines for all interests and ages, or borrow PressReader to read a wide range of UK and world-wide newspapers.
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