Information about Norton HIVE and community hub including contact details and services offered.
Norton HIVE and community hub
This library is managed and operated by volunteers working in partnership with North Yorkshire County Council.
Library opening hours
- Monday, closed
- Tuesday, 9.30am to 12.30pm and 3pm to 7pm
- Wednesday, closed
- Thursday, 9.30am to 6pm
- Friday, 9.30am to 12.30pm and 3pm to 6pm
- Saturday, 10am to 4pm
- Sunday, closed
Finding the library, parking and access
The library is on the main street in Norton, called Commercial Street. The building is set back from the main road, just opposite the zebra crossing. There are two Coastliner bus stops very near to the entrance of the library. The train station is approximately 20 minutes' walk away.
Car parking for up to three hours is available for library users behind the library. Please ensure that you enter your car registration details on the key pad inside the library when you arrive. Alternative free parking is also available at St Nicholas Street car park, which is off the main street close to the railway crossing. The library has an automatic door and is accessible to wheelchairs.
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
- parents' collection
- photocopying, printing and scanning
- study area
Activities at the library
For further information about any of the activities below, please contact the library.
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.