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Chelmsford Library

Opening hours

Monday
9am - 6.30pm
Tuesday
9am - 6.30pm
Wednesday
9am - 6.30pm
Thursday
9am - 6.30pm
Friday
9am - 6.30pm
Saturday
9am - 5.30pm
Sunday
1pm - 4pm

Public holidays

All libraries are closed on the following days:

  • Bank Holidays
  • Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day
  • Good Friday and Easter Sunday

Location

County Hall
Market Road
Chelmsford
CM1 1QH

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Contact us

Feedback about your library experience

Renewals and Library enquiries: 0345 603 7628

Email: chelmsford.library@essex.gov.uk

What’s on

Chelmsford Chatterboxes (ESOL)

Chelmsford Chatterboxes (ESOL)

Hands holding open a reading book.

Chelmsford Chatterboxes (ESOL)

Date:
Tuesday 19 February 2019
Time:
1pm to 2pm
Venue:
Chelmsford Library

For those with English as a second language, to practice reading, understanding and speaking English

Block Builders Build An Insect Day, Chelmsford Library

Block Builders Build An Insect Day, Chelmsford Library

boy and girl kneeling by arch built out of blocks

Block Builders Build An Insect Day, Chelmsford Library

Date:
Tuesday 19 February 2019
Time:
10am to 3pm
Venue:
Chelmsford Library

Create a building block insect inspired by author Susie Violet.

Baby and Toddler Rhymetime, Chelmsford Library

Baby and Toddler Rhymetime, Chelmsford Library

A toddler in a check shirt looking forwards with another toddler and play equipment in the background.

Baby and Toddler Rhymetime, Chelmsford Library

Date:
Every Tuesday
Time:
10.15am to 10.45am
Venue:
Chelmsford Library

Join in with stories and rhymes. Term time only.


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