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Newton Hall Library


Newton Hall Library is located next to St. Godric's School and opposite the shops. The library has disabled access, in addition to Supernova screen reading software and a large keyboard for anyone who is visually impaired.

Opening hours

  • Monday: 9.30am - 7.00pm
  • Tuesday: closed
  • Wednesday: closed
  • Thursday: 1.00pm - 5.00pm
  • Friday: 9.30am - 1.00pm
  • Saturday: 9.30am - 12.30pm
  • Sunday: closed
  • Public holidays:closed

For unexpected closures, please see our disruptions, closures and warnings page.

How to get there

There is a small car park at the rear of the building.

Cycle parking facilities - four are available at this library.

What's available?

    If you would like to browse our catalogue, request an item or renew an item already on loan, please visit Library Online. This facility also offers members of the library service access to a range of websites including Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Grove Music Online and Encyclopaedia Britannica Online.  

    • ancestry online 
    • books, including large print and picture books, audiobooks and reference books
    • HealthZones
    • information leaflets
    • language courses
    • music scores
    • public access computers with internet, word processing and other Office packages facilities.
    • Wi-fi (free)
    • colour photocopier
    • colour printer
    • scanner
    • ancestry online
    • study area

    An access guide for this library is available at DisabledGo: Newton Hall Library

    Regular activities

    • Reading Group - The second Monday of every month at 10.00am
    • Toddler Time - Friday fortnightly, 11.00am. Please note this is term time only.
    • Get Creative - The second Monday of every month at 1.30pm - 3.30pm

     

    Contact us
    • Newton Hall Library
    • 03000 269 503
    • Our address is:
      • Alnwick Road
      • Newton Hall
      • County Durham
      • United Kingdom
      • DH1 5NL
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