Welcome to Earlsdon Carnegie Community library. We’re really pleased you’ve found us but are really sorry we have had to close due to the national lockdown
READ and RETURN
However, we really want you to carry on reading and in case you’re running short, we’ve come up with an idea. We cannot issue library books, but you can request a bag of 3 donated books. Just let us know which genre, a lucky dip or children’s books (age range would help here). Due to lockdown rules you MUST request books beforehand. You can do this by:
- Ringing us on 024766977949 between the times of 11.00 – 1.00 on Mondays or Fridays from 3.30 – 5.00
- Filling in a form by clicking HERE.
- Dropping a request through the door. Collection times will be as above beginning Monday 16th November. Return them when we’re open again and hang on to your book donations, we’ll collect those too.
You can help the library survive by buying our Christmas cards. To order and find out how to pay click HERE or pop a request throught the library door. Cards can be collected during the opening hours shown above.
We have many exciting things in the pipeline. If you would like to receive our regular newsletter click HERE
We understand that some City libraries will remain open throughout lockdown for click and collect services only. Click HERE to find out more.
In the meantime there is a wealth of on-line resources provided by Coventry City Council, including the Borrowbox app which gives free access to hundreds of e-books and e-audio books to anyone with library membership. More information can be found HERE
"Washington DC's oldest and most beautiful library was built by Andrew Carnegie in 1903. It was open for all- women, children and all races"Library of Congress