Witton Street, Northwich, CW9 5DR
- Monday: 9am - 5pm
- Tuesday: 9am - 5pm
- Wednesday: 9am - 5pm
- Thursday: 9am - 7pm
- Friday: 9am - 7pm
- Saturday: 9am - 1pm
Draft Community Assets Framework Consultation
The Draft Community Assets Framework sets out the council’s vision for community assets - to deliver a better integrated public service across the borough, by creating efficient and fit for purpose community assets. A consultation is now taking place to review all community assets - libraries, community centres/buildings, play areas, public conveniences and greenspaces. If you would like to give your views, please compete the consultation online or pick up a paper copy from your local library.
Consultation closing date: 25 February 2018
- Relax and read
Held every Monday at 2pm. Enjoy good stories and poems, join in with the discussion, or just listen. It's sociable, friendly and stimulating.
- English Conversation Class
10.30am – 12pm, weekly. In meeting room, stairs access only.
- Scrabble Club
2pm - 4pm, fortnightly.
- Lego Club
3.30pm - 4.30pm, weekly. Duplo also available.
- Petty Pool Pop-Up Café
10am - 12pm, weekly (term time only). Tea, coffee and cake on offer from students and staff of Petty Pool College.
- Baby bounce
10.30am - 11am, weekly in term time. Free singing and rhymes with your baby - suitable for babies 0 - 12 months.
- Baby bounce
11.30am – 12pm, weekly in term time. Free singing and rhymes with your baby - suitable for babies 0 - 12 months.
- Craft and chat
3pm - 4pm, weekly. Bring your own craft projects along and get tips and advice from fellow group members. This group also supports and makes items for Handmade for Dementia Northwest and UK e.g. twiddle muffs and cannula sleeves. All items are risked assessed by Handmade for Dementia and are donated to local care homes and hospitals. Any donations of wool gratefully received.
- Northwich Library book lovers' group
Love books? Why not join our monthly drop in Book Group on the last Thursday of the month 11am - 12noon? There is no need to book a place - everyone welcome. An informal way to meet new people and chat about books.
- Northwich Guardian surgery
3.30 - 5pm, weekly. Drop in session to share local news stories from around the area, with our local newspaper.
- Coffee morning
10am - 12pm, first Friday of the month. Each coffee morning has a different theme. Please contact the library for details.
- Adult Colouring Group
10.30am – 12pm, weekly. Drop in and de-stress. Colouring pages, pens and pencils provided or bring your own if you prefer.
- Spanish Conversation Group
5.30pm - 6.30pm, weekly. Come along to learn Spanish in an informal, friendly group, for both beginners and more fluent Spanish speakers.
- Crafts for children
During opening hours, adult supervision is required. Suggested donation £1.
Other services available at your library
Home Library Service
In partnership with the Royal Voluntary Service (RVS), Northwich library provides the Home Library Service to anyone who cannot easily visit a library due to disability or incapacity. Volunteers deliver books or talking books on a regular basis, free of charge.
Do you know anyone who could make use of this service? We can help. Or do you have a few hours spare to volunteer? For further information, please contact the library or Gillian Taylor (RVS Home Library Service Manager).
Where is the library? How do I get there?
Northwich Library is in the main shopping area of the town centre. We are on a pedestrianised precinct up at the top end of Witton Street (Sainsburys end) near the Flower Shop and Penny Black Pub.
Nearest bus stop is at bus station on Watling Street about 5-10 minutes walk away from library. Northwich Railway Station is the nearest train station and is slightly out of town centre corner of Station Road and Manchester Road and will take about 10-15 minutes to reach on foot.
We do not have our own car park but Northwich has a number of free car parks all within easy reach of the library mainly at the back of the pedestrianised area off Leicester Street. You can also park at the Memorial Hall, on Watling Street and walk up.
There are disabled parking areas within easy reach of the library off Albion Road, which runs along behind the library.