Pyle Library is a vibrant, versatile space. It has a great selection of books for all ages, free WiFi, a number of computers available for public use, a selection of newspapers and magazines, and a photocopier/printer/scanner that staff can help you to get the best use out of. We have a wide range of activities for adults and children, a list of which can be found below!
As well as these fantastic library services, Pyle Library also has rooms within Pyle Life Centre that you can book for meetings, training sessions and fitness classes. If you are a group, trainer, or an individual looking for a quiet place to work from, contact the team for costs and availability today!
Tea & ICT, 2-4pm
Our tech-friendly librarians will help you navigate your tablet, phone or laptop, give you advice on online safety, shopping or price comparison websites, help you make flyers, write letters, fill out a CV or job application using Microsoft Office packages, and much more!
Cuppa with a Cupper, 2-3pm
Pop in for a chat with a local PCSO for advice on local issues.
Junior Reading Group, 5-6pm
Held on the last Tuesday of every month, this fun, informal group will get your children excited about reading and expanding their reading choices. A great way to enhance their reader development!
Age guide: 7-11 years
Lego Club, 4-5pm
An informal play session where the children can use their imaginations to make their own creations with our lego, whilst making new friends.
Age guide: 5+ years (Duplo is available for younger children)
Afternoon Tiers Reading Group, 2:30-3:30pm
The last Thursday of every month, this fun, sassy, chatty group meets for an enthusiastic book discussion! Tea, Coffee and biccies provided by the library.
Nightowls Reading Group, 7-8pm
The third Thursday of every month, this is a chance for those busy in the day time to enjoy an evening away from the house that doesn’t cost a penny! Join for a good discussion