The Library is currently closed because of Covid-19 restrictions but plans are afoot to reopen for a Click and Collect service after the November lockdown.

Your local library is now supported by Leintwardine Group Parish Council, and run by volunteers. Leintwardine Community Library is part of Herefordshire County Library Service. Full details about the service.

Finding us
The library is located in the Reading Room, at the Leintwardine Centre, High St, Leintwardine

Opening Hours
Tuesdays: 10.00 am – 4.30 pm

Thursdays: 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm

First Saturday in the month: 10.00 am until 12.30 pm

Third Saturday in the month: 2.00 pm until 4.30 pm

Support us
You can support the library by joining and getting a reader’s card or by visiting and borrowing some books. Get in touch and tell us what you think!

Library Sub-Committee of LGPC
The Leintwardine Group Parish Council took over responsibility for rent and electricity costs of the library from April 2014, saving it from closure. The library is now staffed by volunteers. The Parish Council set up a sub-committee to oversee the day-to-day running of the library, and plan for the future.

Library Sub-Committee
– Councillor Emma Gorbutt
Secretary – Mark Ferrero
Volunteers Co-ordinator – Annette Judges

Strategic Plan
Leintwardine Group Parish Council has taken an important step to secure a great future for our local library by setting out an ambitious three-year strategic plan. You can view the full document by clicking on the link below. Local groups and organisations have been consulted, and warmly welcome the plan. Their responses are included in full at the end of the document.

The plan sets out the how the library will develop in future, reaching out to new sections of the community, and working more closely with local people on designing the services it delivers. New partnerships are already being forged on this positive footing. Here are some of the things we have already done:

  • Run a successful pilot of mother and toddler sessions
  • Held an author event
  • Piloted new opening hours (for example on 1st Saturdays)
  • Set up a “Friends of Leintwardine Community Library” society

Friends of Leintwardine Community Library

FOLCL was founded in June 2014, and is open for membership.
Contact points for further information
Volunteering – Annette Judges
Joining FOLCL – Patrick Orton
Ideas and suggestions – Mark Ferrero