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Woodhouse Close Library


Find out about the opening times, activities and services available at Woodhouse Close library.

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This library is currently open for our Pick and Collect service only.

This library is open for our Pick and Collect service at the following times:

Monday - 10.00am to 4.00pm
Thursday - 10.00am to 4.00pm
Saturday - 9.30am to 12.30pm

You must observe social distancing and wear a face covering when collecting your books.

Fines and request fees will not be charged while this is in place.

If you are a library member, you can also borrow ebooks, eaudiobooks, emagazines, enewspapers and ecomics free of charge.

See our libraries YouTube playlist with regular content and information.

Services available at our library

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.  

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

How to get there

Woodhouse Close Library is on Woodhouse Lane next to Woodhouse Close Leisure Complex.

The nearest bus stops are in Cockton Hill Road and St Andrew's Road. The library has its own small car park, including a space designated for disabled users. There is also parking on the far side of the leisure centre.

Cycle parking facilities - two are available at this library.

Contact us
Woodhouse Close Library
03000 269 527
Our address is:
  • Woodhouse Lane
  • Bishop Auckland
  • County Durham
  • United Kingdom
  • DL14 6JX
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