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Haddenham Community Library is part of Buckinghamshire County Library Service which means that joining Haddenham Community Library means you join every library in the county and can borrow up to 30 items at a time! If you already have a Buckinghamshire library card it will work in our library.
If not, click on the Join for Free link below.
You can join in two ways:
Full library membership
You can come to the Library with proof of your name and address and we'll sign you up right away. Alternatively you can print out the membership form, fill it in and then visit the library.
It's totally free! (Under 16s will need a parent or guardian signature.)
You can find out about the Resources and Facilities we offer at the library below.
Unless the books you have on loan are reserved by someone else, you can renew items up to 4 times. You can either renew your books online or in any Buckinghamshire library by showing your membership card.
If you can't get into the library you can access loads of wonderful (and free) services by joining the eLibrary
- eBooks and audiobooks
- Newspapers and magazines
- History and family history resources
- Naxos Music Library
- Business and Careers resources, and
- General reference and research resources.
Library RESOURCES AND FACILITIES
Fiction, Non-Fiction, Biographies, Large Print Fiction, Large Print Non-Fiction
Children's and young persons library
A collection of reference books which may be borrowed and also a small number that are not available for borrowing- for the purpose of referring to within the library. Customers are welcome to browse these at their own leisure.
Newspapers and Magazines
If you are unable to find what you are looking for on the shelves, please ask library staff who will try to obtain it for you. If we do not have the item in stock, it can usually be reserved from another library. There is a charge of £1 per reservation except for junior members of the library and those aged over 64.
Wifi and Computer Resources
Free Wifi (must be over 16 years of age) using own device plus charging stations
Public Computer Access
Library members are entitled to 1 hour free computer internet access per day upon presentation of their library card. This is subject to borrowers' appropriate use of their membership (i.e. if you refuse to pay outstanding fines, we refuse to give you free internet access!)
Non Members are charged 50p per 15 mins
Scanning, Printing and Photocopying
Printing from the public computers is available, and carries the same charge as photocopying. The charges per sheet are:
A4 Black & White - 20p
A3 Black & White - 30p
A4 Colour - 50p
A3 Colour - 80p
Scanning - £1 minimum charge, 25p each additional page (any colour and size)
This is a facility and not a service, and so staff will not necessarily be able to assist you. The library cannot be held responsible if something goes wrong.
Did you know?
You can borrow up to 30 items at a time!
Although most of our stock belongs to the county, many items have also either been donated by patrons or purchased with the library funds.
The Library offers a wide range of free online resources to its borrowers:
eBooks, eAudiobooks, Newspapers, magazines, history, family history, music, literature, business and careers, general reference
All you need to access any of the above is your library card number (the bar code) and PIN code. If you don't know your six digit PIN or you've forgotten it, click here to change your PIN online:
From county library service:
Audiobooks from Borrow Box
Read e-newspapers and e-magazines
Spydus Mobile - Your app for borrowing, renewing and reserving books.
Get your library apps from
KEEPING IN TOUCH
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Some of the Library volunteers meet as a book club. During lockdown we exchanged views via email because of Covid restrictions. But we're back to meeting in person now and we will keep you informed here about what we are reading.
Haddenham Community Library also orders reading sets for other local book groups. Buckinghamshire County Libraries has a wide variety of book sets which may be borrowed by reading groups. If you would like to know more, please contact us or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch and Listen
At 10am every Thursday, watch Storytime on Bucks County Library Facebook Live
CBeebies presents stories for children on Jackanory Junior! Link to CBeebies below
The Reading Agency
The Reading Agency is a charity which aims to bring reading to every facet of society and promote the benefits of reading in living a fulfilling life.
You may be interested in reading about their activities in which libraries play such an important part.
Link to The Reading Agency digital hub here.