Information about Ingleton community library including contact details and services offered.
Ingleton community library
Ingleborough community centre
This library is managed and operated by volunteers working in partnership with North Yorkshire County Council.
Library opening hours
Please contact the library directly for the current opening hours.
Finding the library, parking and access
The library is in Ingleborough Community Centre, in the heart of the village. Buses stop directly outside.
A pay and display car park is directly outside the library. Tickets to allow free parking for library users are available on request from the community centre office and library staff / volunteers. There is wheelchair access to the library.
Items available from the library
You can borrow a range of books for all ages in a variety of formats, including large print and audio. Music CDs, DVDs and foreign language titles are also available for loan, as well as micro:bits. You can request any item that is not immediately available.
Information and facilities at the library
- family history
- free online access to Ancestry.com, Find My Past, the British Newspaper Archive and Access to Research
- free wi-fi
- help and support using IT
- internet and computer access
- language courses
- local studies
- magazines and newspapers
- parents' collection
- photocopying, printing and scanning
- study area
- toy library
Activities at the library
For further information about any of the activities below, please contact the library.
A regular book group meets in the library on the first Wednesday of the month at 6pm (except August).
Class visits may be organised to the library.
Computer and IT drop-in
Volunteer experts can help with your laptop, tablet or mobile device problems. The drop-in sessions are held every Monday from 10am to 12 noon.
Stories and crafts for children aged up to five on the second Wednesday of the month at 2pm.
News and events
There are a number of opportunities to volunteer at the library. See the library volunteering page or ask at the library for further details.