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Kesgrave Library

Opening Hours

  • Mon 09:00-12:00
  • Tue 09:00-12:00, 14:30-17:00
  • Wed 14:30-18:00
  • Thu 14:30-20:00
  • Fri 09:00-12:00, 14:30-18:00
  • Sat 10:00-17:00
  • Sun 10:00-15:00



Other information:

  • Free Parking
  • Refreshment making facilities available

Further Details

Useful Information
Capacity: 15 people. Availability: Outside library opening hours only.
How to get one.
You can print and photocopy at your local library.
The library is always looking for good quality book donations, mainly fiction – adult or children.
Kesgrave Library Community Group supports the library with regular family events, fund-raising and clubs for all ages.
Our Community Group has a 100 Club, to help with fund-raising specifically for Kesgrave Library.
Did you know that Kesgrave Library is a drop off point for printer ink cartridges, whether used or out of date (apart from laser printer cartridges).
Did you know that Kesgrave Library is a drop off point for used stamps and old coins.
The library usually has an amazing selection of Christmas cards available from October onwards.
Other Libraries and Services
The County Library.
Libraries in Suffolk: locations, opening times etc.
Download and stream eBooks, eAudio, MP3s and magazines for free using your library card.
If health or mobility issues are preventing you getting to a branch or mobile library, volunteers from Suffolk Libraries home library service may be able to help.
The mobile library stops at Blackdown Avenue, Rushmere St Andrew every 4 weeks on Thursdays 0950-1020.
Love reading but always read the same authors and genres? Why not try something different?
Our volunteer who helps run these sessions, is available to help on any aspect that may be worrying you, whether you are currently suffering from cancer or a carer in need of advice.
Just pop along for a natter.
Free play with each child given a basket of Lego bricks to create designs of their choice. We hope to see you soon.
This peer led support group will be run by staff and Jen Evans, who is a menopause advisor and are for anyone who is affected by the menopause and its symptoms.
Late Jul - Early Sep tbc.
Bring your little ones to our Stay & Play group for a relaxed and informal opportunity to meet other parents and carers, share experiences and chat.
Fun stories, rhymes, and songs every Friday in the library. No need to book – just pop along.
Activities are free. Parents must stay with under eights.
These are free activities for pre-school children and their parents or carers.
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