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Aspley Library

Aspley Library is a busy community library situated on the A610 Nuthall Road opposite Sainsbury's Local supermarket. This library has books, newspapers, magazines, CDs and DVDs for adults and children and also has nine public computers for you to use. The library has a small car park for customers to use.

Opening hours:
Monday 9.30 - 5.30
Tuesday 9.30 - 7.00
Wednesday 9.30 - 5.30
Thursday Closed
Friday 9.30 - 5.30
Saturday 9.30 - 4.00

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WRVS - Nottinghamshire Books-on-Wheels Scheme

Home library services can help if someone can't visit their local library in person: a friendly volunteer will bring a selection of books, videos, DVDs, CDs and audio tapes to older people in their home. The service provides friendly social contact and a regular check that they are safe and well.

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Nottingham City Council - Libraries in Nottingham City

A whole host of electronic resources are now available to City library members via this site, including national and local newspaper and magazine articles, encyclopedias, and dictionaries all you need to access this information is your library membership number.

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Find a Library

Links through to a list of libraries in Nottinghamshire: including location, contact details, access and opening hours. 

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Reading Groups

Reading groups are about meeting people, enjoying reading and sharing thoughts and feelings about books. There are currently over 30 groups in Nottinghamshire libraries. Groups usually meet once a month. Books are provided by the library service.  

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Events at Nottinghamshire Libraries

Search for events taking place across the county.

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Library Catalogue

Search the library catalogue, renew and reserve items.

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Reading Cafes

Reading Cafes provide an opportunity for readers to get together and discuss various topics connected to reading. They are very informal. There's no need to book and you don’t have to read anything in advance. Tea and coffee are available for a small charge.

There's no need to book. Just drop in to discuss a new theme every session.

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