Libraries are free public spaces where you can work, study, read, or just spend time. They offer a wide range of services to support health and wellbeing including activities, access to free PCs, study space, books to borrow and online resources. 

Anyone can spend time in a public library, but to borrow books and a wide range of other items, you have to be a member of Cambridgeshire Libraries. Joining is free and easy to do. It can be done online or in person at a library. If you are a member libraries also offer free wifi, computer and internet access. If you are looking for volunteering opportunities, there are lots of ways you can help Cambridgeshire Libraries. 

Opening times and facilities vary – contact your local library to find out more. 
Joining Cambridgeshire Libraries is free. Some services, such as reserving books online,  are subject to a small fee – check the website for details. Some groups (eg reading groups), activities and performances may require a small fee to attend.

Rock Road Library, Rock Road, Cambridge

Milton Road Library, Ascham Road, Cambridge

Clay Farm Centre, Hobson Square, Trumpington, Cambridge

Cherry Hinton Library, High Street, Cherry Hinton, Cambridge

Cambridge Central Library, Cambridge, UK

Barnwell Road Library, Barnwell Road, Cambridge, UK

Arbury Court Library, Arbury Road, Cambridge

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