Huntingdon Library

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Huntingdon Library offers a wide range of services to support your health and wellbeing, including activities, information, free PCs and internet access, study space, books to borrow and online resources.

This activity is good for wellbeing because

  • Reading helps us unwind and connect to the wider world. Libraries have a wealth of physical and digital resources to help you read for pleasure, learning and research.
  • Libraries can help you navigate and access good quality health information, and signpost you to further resources and services.
  • Libraries connect you to your community through events, activities and volunteering opportunities.

‘It’s an essential service. I cannot imagine my life without it. Both for the books and the social interaction. I’m unable to work due to disability and the library is something that keeps me sane.’

‘It is a special place. I go there to unwind and relax and browse books. I go there to work and concentrate. I go there with my toddler to inspire her with the love of reading. The library has been a huge help to my mental health through the difficult times of early parenthood.’

What to expect?

Two disabled car park spaces available, otherwise please use nearby public car parks

Wheelchair-friendly and fully accessible for all. Lift, accessible toilet and baby changing facilities available.

You can join the library by clicking here. 

Alternatively you speak to a team member. You will need to provide one document with proof of identity and address

Please follow the Library’s social media for the latest news about library events and activities.  To get an overview, please click here.

More information

For full details of facilities and opening times: click here.

Anyone who is living, working or studying in Cambridgeshire or neighbouring counties, or visiting is welcome to join the libraries. This applies even if you just want to access the online resources. Membership is free.

While the Library welcome donations, library membership, many events and most of the resources and services are free, including:

  • Standard books and individual music scores
  • Junior and young adult spoken words CDs
  • eBooks, eAudio, e-Comics, eMagazines and eNewspapers
  • Online resources
  • PC use and WiFi
  • Digital skill assistance

Some activities are subject to a fee – for more information visit the website

There are some groups (e.g. Reading Groups), activities and performances that are charged for.  Please refer to the library website or Facebook posts. The Library eNewsletter can be found by clicking here.

For information about library charges, such as printing, and concessions, please click here.

How to contact

Where to go

Huntingdon Library & Archives
Princes Street
Huntingdon PE29 3PA

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