Lydd Library -Your Community Library
Lydd Library (incorporating the Romney Marsh Craft Gallery) overlooks the Rype in the historic Old School in Skinner Road. Offering accessible premises and facilities, with a good selection of books, DVD films and spoken word material in a variety of genre, it has something to offer to every member of the community. We have:
· Public access computers (with accessibility software), including one equipped with a scanner.
· Colour and black/white printing from the computers (for a small charge).
· Black and white photocopying (for a small charge).
· Children’s Library and reading area with books suitable for all ages.
· Large print section.
· Well stocked teenage fiction section.
· WI-FI is now available.
Lydd Library Reading Group meets on the first Saturday of every month. If you would like to join the group please telephone 03000413131, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call in to speak to a member of staff.
The Gallery hosts exhibitions throughout the year. Currently Lydd Town Museum is displaying a selection of artefacts. This facility is an ideal space for exhibitors and is available to use free of charge (commission charged on sales).
The Library opening hours are:
Monday 11am – 4pm
Tuesday 11am – 4pm
Wednesday – Closed
Thursday 11am – 4pm
Friday Midday – 4pm
Saturday 9am – 1pm
Sunday – Closed
Did you know that as well as enabling you to borrow items and use the library computers, library membership gives you access to more than 50 online reference subscriptions; Ancestry Library Edition and Find My Past Community Edition are just two of the wide range available. You can also borrow e-books and digital audiobooks, and reserve items from our catalogue to collect from your local library free of charge. Please call 03000 413131 or call in to speak to a member of staff for further information.