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Falmouth Library

Falmouth Library is managed by Falmouth Town Council, supported by Cornwall Council. 

Cornwall’s Libraries are now able to offer book services again by welcoming you at the door but not any further just yet. Order your books online, then go to your nominated library to collect them from the lobby or entrance. You can also return items, with no fines until 30 September. Regular library activities such as story-time sessions will have to wait until we can fully reopen. They can’t go ahead until it is safe. Please keep an eye on our social posts and publicity. 

Please note that not all services and facilities are available so please check with your local library before making a special journey.

All online services continue. These include:

If you’ve been longing for a real book in your lap, come back to us from Monday 6 July, opening days and times will vary. Please see opening times below.

Those who use the Information Service for payments and council enquiries should continue to use:

  • paypoint facilities
  • online options
  • telephone options

These have been in place over the last three months. The Information Service remains closed. The click and collect service is only for library books.

Continue reading

The majority of Cornwall’s libraries will continue to waive any overdue charges until further notice, but please check with your local branch to confirm.

Please check Falmouth Town Council website for up to date opening hours.

Day Times
Monday 9:30am-1.00pm
Tuesday 9:30am-1.00pm
Wednesday 9:30am-1.00pm
Thursday 9:30am-1.00pm
Friday 9:30am-1.00pm
Saturday Closed

 

  • Wheelchair access (side entrance in Webber Street)
  • Accessible toilets
  • On street disabled parking bays nearby
  • Nearest car park The Moor
  • Self Service (staff available to help if required)
  • Free WiFi available
  • Scanning, printing and photocopying
  • Microfiche/microfilm reader
  • The Library subscribes to 'Which' magazine
  • National Concessionary bus pass applications are quick and easy to apply for online. 
  • Recycling bags and boxes can be ordered direct using the request recycling equipment / recycling containment online form.
  • Council Payments - Payments for Council services such as Council Tax or Business Rates cannot be taken at this location. There are a range of PayPoint and Post Office sites that accept both cash and card payments. Most Post Offices still accept cheques at no extra cost.  Your account will be updated overnight and many PayPoint stores have longer opening hours. Often including weekends, offering greater flexibility and choice. Head over to my area to see which facilities are available to you more locally. 

    Should you prefer to pay online, please use the links below:

  • Our reference Maritime Collection has moved to the Bartlett Library at the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth