Weybridge Surrey Community > Weybridge Library
Weybridge library is situated in the main shopping street, opposite the post office.
What’s Available At Weybridge Library?
- Large Print books
- Talking books
- Printers, Scanners, Photocopiers, Fax Service
- Room to hire
- Events and activities
- Items for sale
Accesibility At Weybridge Library
There are two disabled spaces in the public car park adjacent to the building.
The library has automatic doors and a hearing loop is installed. The library has assistive technology for people with disabilities.
Churchfield car park is very convenient for Weybridge Library. It is a large 199 space public car park at the rear of the library, which has a passage-way at the side of the library.
Public Use Of Computers
All Surrey libraries offer use of high speed computers for independent learning, word processing as well as access to the internet.
Library members can have up to 2 hours free (conditions apply), non-members can purchase a guest log-in.
Events and Activities at Weybridge Library
Come and join us to make some music and sing some rhymes. Suitable for 0 to 4 year olds.
Every Wednesday, from 10am to 10.30am. Note: Booking is essential. You can book your place by coming into the library in person from the preceding Thursday.
Every Friday, from 10am to 10.30am. Note: Booking is essential. You can book your place by coming into the library in person from the preceding Saturday.
Every Saturday, from 10am to 10.30am. No booking is required.
For alternative dates, check your two nearest libraries: Addlestone Library and Shepperton Library.
Note: This event is not ticketed, please turn up at the given times below.
Join us for a story. Suitable for 3 to 6 year olds.
Every Tuesday, from 4pm to 4.30pm.
Once Upon a Time… Creative Writing for Kids
Alternate Saturdays, 2pm–3pm.
A free creative writing club for children aged 7 and upwards. Create your own comic books, play word games, write magic stories.
Just bring your imagination and have loads of fun.
Storytime for Adults
The last Wednesday of every month, 2.15pm–2.45pm.
Are you sitting comfortably?
Come and listen to a variety of scintillating stories read to you by members of staff. All welcome. No need to book.
Tuesday Afternoon Reading Group
If you are interested in joining please leave your name and telephone number with library staff.
Third week of each month on a Tuesday, from 2pm.
Please join us every week for a game of scrabble in the library. New players welcome. No need to book.
Thursdays from 10:30am to 12 noon.
Would you like help using computers and the internet? Make an appointment with our Digital Buddy who can offer free, one to one, support. Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am–12 noon.
- Support learners to use computers/laptops independently in the library for the first time – this will cover booking computer time, logging on/off, promoting the use of library virtual services and membership
- Support learners to practice using hand-outs/worksheets provided by the library
- Support learners to undertake basic computing tasks including:
- File management – opening, closing, editing, saving and printing files
- Navigating and searching the internet
- Using email and attachments
- Basic use of MS Word
Volunteering At Weybridge Library
Summer Volunteering at Surrey Libraries
If you are aged 14-25, like children and books, and can spare 10 hours over the summer, join us as a Summer Reading Challenge Volunteer. Get valuable work experience and improve employability. Great for UCAS and DofE too.
Other Volunteering at Surrey Libraries
For information for about Library Volunteering opportunities, see www.surreycc.gov.uk/libraryvolunteers
The Summer Reading Challenge at Surrey Libraries
Mischief Makers: the Summer Reading Challenge 2018 starts in your local library on Saturday 14 July and will run until Saturday 15 September.
It’s FREE for all children aged 4–11 to take part and you can collect fun rewards as you read books through the holidays. Mischief Makers is inspired by the much-loved children’s comic ‘Beano’ which is celebrating its 80th Anniversary.
Children taking part in the challenge this year will follow clues to explore their colourful collector’s map of Beanotown; meeting Dennis, Gnasher and friends along the way. As children read library books, they will collect special stickers to help them find the mysterious buried treasure!
The Summer Reading Challenge is aimed at children aged 4–11 years and is for everyone regardless of their reading ability.
Taking part is easy and free. Just visit a library to sign up. Borrow books through the summer and earn stickers and other free rewards along the way. You’ll get a certificate after you’ve read six books.
You can read whatever you like, fact, fiction, joke books or poetry, from our excellent range. You can even borrow audio books and listen if you prefer.
Taking part in the Summer Reading Challenge helps children to become more fluent, confident and happy readers.