Gamlingay Library, which is in the Eco Hub in Stocks Lane, is the nearest library to Hatley St George and East Hatley – a library card obtained from there can be used in any Cambridgeshire library.
For the moment (during the Covid crisis), the library is not open for free browsing. You will have to have to ask library staff or volunteers to get you any books you want, preferably in advance of your visit, either online or by phoning 01767 651 226.
- If you need to use the public access computers, please phone or email ahead to book.
You can also register at other libraries such as Royston (in Hertfordshire) or Biggleswade or Sandy (in Bedfordshire).
Online library services are always available. Cambridgeshire libraries offer a huge range of free online facilities, including ebooks, e-audiobooks, e-magazines, and even online comics and newspapers. To find out more visit the Cambridgeshire Libraries website.
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Cambridgeshire libraries and information services
Cambridge, Huntingdon, Papworth, St Ives, St Neots, Cambourne – Cambridgeshire libraries website.
Biggleswade, Potton, Sandy – Bedfordshire libraries website.
Royston – Hertfordshire libraries website.
The mobile library visits East Hatley (route H16) on the third Tuesday of each month between 11.15 and 11.30 am – it parks at the end of the road.
It also runs an online Select and Collect service – or phone 0345 045 5225. Just choose the mobile library as a pick up point and order as far in advance as possible – ideally at least week beforehand.
The library also stops at Croydon and Arrington – details via the link below.
Gamlingay (route H5) has two stops – on the first Friday of each month in Avenells Way (SG19 3EU) from 11.10 to 11.40 am and Blythe Way (SG19 3JQ) from 11.45 to 12.15 pm.
For renewals and queries on mobile library stops, phone 0345 045 5225.
Page checked / updated 25th January 2021.