Leagrave Library

A local favourite, Leagrave Library is situated on Marsh Road.

Here at Leagrave Library, we have a great selection of novels, non-fiction, newspapers and magazines. We free to use computers and WiFi. We’re proud to serve our community and regularly host activities for children and families, including Story Times, Bookstart Rhyme Times and Homework Club.

Whether you’re just popping in or you’re here for the day, we look forward to welcoming you.

E-mail: libraryinfo@lutonculture.com

 

Regular activities for children

Bookstart Rhyme Time

For babies, toddlers and grown-ups to enjoy rhymes, music and stories together. Duration: 30 mins. Term time only.

Wednesday: 9.30am to 10am & 11am to 11.30am

Story Time

Stories and rhymes for families with 2 to 5 year olds.

Tuesday: 9.30am to 10am

Term time only.

Homework Help

Homework Helpers are available on Saturdays to help children with their learning logs, giving them the confidence and skills to complete their homework for themselves. Term time only.

Saturday: 2pm to 5pm

Library Games

Thursday: 4pm to 5pm 

Key information

Accessibility

Leagrave Library is fully accessible and located on the ground floor. A hearing loop is also available.

Getting Here

Parking

There is limited free car parking at the rear of the library, including bays for people with disabilities.

Train

We’re a 10 minute walk from Leagrave station.

Bus

Take the 23, 28 or 29 from Luton Town Centre.

Library visits for schools

We offer free visits for every Luton school to get their early years, Key stage 1 and 2 pupils reading and give them:

  • Information on how to join the library
  • A guide on how to get the best out of their library and its services
  • Time to explore and choose books to borrow

We'd love to welcome you to our libraries or bring the library to your school to encourage your pupils to gain a lifelong love of reading for pleasure and learning. 

Contact: culture4schools@lutonculture.com to find out more. 

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