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The Summer Reading Challenge is back with the subject:-


What is the Summer Reading Challenge?

The Summer Reading Challenge takes place every year during the summer holidays.

You can sign up at  Drighlington library.

The challenge is to read 6 books, with 2 or 3 visits to the library

There are exclusive rewards to collect along the way, and it’s FREE to take part!

It started on the 16th July and ends on the 15th September.

A presentation will made on Saturday 29th September

Drighlington Community Library – Run by Local Volunteers

Plunge yourself into the wonderful world of Reading!

Drighlington Community Library is run by volunteers, we are committed to keeping the library open and helping the village of Drighlington.

Our Library not only has an excellent stock of old, new and children Literature but we have computer facilities with high speed internet, printing and scanning capabilities and an online booking portal.

The Library is a place we want you to feel safe, comfortable and we would love to see you here enjoying one of the array of books available, get caught in a thrilling crime novel or perhaps you want to read poetry, we have it all.  So, come visit, relax, read, search the internet, with a nice cup of coffee or tea at your Library.

Co-op - Help us when you Shop - Become a Member

Drighlington Community Library has been chosen for the next round of the Co-op Local Community Fund.

The funding round will start on 12 November 2017 and runs for 11 months until the 27 October 2018.

How it works

Every time you (as a member) shop at the Co-op, 1% of what you spend on selected own-brand products and services goes to the Co-op Local Community Fund.

The coop will also give an equal share of the money they raise from sales of carrier bags to us and other local cause.

The more you shop, the more they share.

Who we are…

We provide a library that is open for everyone. You do not have to be a member of the library if you just want to read something in the library, ask a question or consult a reference work (e.g. a telephone directory or a dictionary or an encyclopedia). You will, however, need to join the library if you want to borrow books or other items or, in most cases, if you want to use the Internet.

All kinds of books can be borrowed, fiction (such as the latest bestseller or a  classic novel) and non-fiction (such as history, biography, science, travel, self-help, etc.). In addition to standard books, we also have copies of some books in ‘large print’ format, which are popular with readers with a visual impairment.

If the book you want is already out on loan, you can reserve it with us in the library or online. We will notify you when the book is available for you to borrow.

Our Library also collects materials about the history of Drighlington. There is a huge range of material available including county and parish histories, maps, photographs, drawings, old records, and newspapers. This may need to be requested to view.

We provide quiet areas for studying, and we also can accomodate group study  and collaboration. With several computers available to access the Internet, peaceful, no distractions could just be what you need.

We look forward to seeing you soon. 

Volunteers of Drighlington Community Library