Northwich Library will be opening in its temporary location at Weaver Hall Museum on Monday 30 January, while the library building on Witton Street is being renovated.

The new temporary library features a curated collection of the latest fiction and non-fiction titles for adults and children, internet access via public computers and free Wi-Fi, plus a range of events, activities and groups.
Initial opening times for the temporary library location are:
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday: 9am to 5pm
Thursday and Friday: 9am to 7pm
Saturday: 9am to 1pm

Council Leader and Cabinet Member for Poverty and Wellbeing, Councillor Louise Gittins said: “Apologies for any inconvenience while the existing library building is being renovated, but the temporary location is very close by. Weaver Hall Museum is walkable from the existing library building in approximately 15 minutes, either through the town or along the river through the park. It also offers free parking.

“A pop-up library service will also be available at Brio Northwich Memorial Court, so residents can return items to a town centre location and borrow from a small collection. This location will be regularly serviced by library staff.
“Don’t forget to look out for library events at Weaver Hall, Memorial Court and across the town centre.”

Temporary extended opening hours at Barnton, Sandiway and Weaverham libraries will end on Saturday 28 January and return to their standard opening times.

For up to date information on library services and the renovation of Northwich Library please see our website: Northwich Library | Cheshire West and Chester Council