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Corringham Library

Corringham library was opened in its current premises on 28 October 1972. It is purpose-built in a busy town centre at the heart of a thriving community.

On Wednesdays the library will be open only for self-service use.

When open only for self-service, you will be able to:

  • browse shelves
  • use Wi-Fi
  • borrow items using the self-service machine
  • return borrowed items using the self-service machine
  • book and use library computers
  • print from library computers using the self-service machine
  • reserve items online, either using your own device or using library computers

When open only for self-service, you will not be able to use services for which would usually need support from a member of staff. This includes the Summer Reading Challenge, IT support and getting answers to questions about library stock.

Go to what's on at your library to check days and times of sessions for clubs, groups and other activities.


Corringham Library, St Johns Way, Corringham, Stanford-le-Hope, SS17 7LJ


01375 678 534

Opening times

DayOpening times
Monday10am to 5pm
Tuesday10am to 5pm
Wednesday10am to 1pm, 2pm to 5pm self-service only
Thursday10am to 5pm
Friday10am to 5pm
Saturday10am to 1pm


Car park: 
Small car park at the front of the library.
Disabled access: 
Yes. Single storey building.

Library services

Access to Research
Adult reading group
Audiobook club
Board games
Bookstart - books for babies
Cancer collection - Macmillan
CDs - music
Children's dual language picture books
Computer training (Wiser4IT)
Dementia collection
Document scanning
Enquiry point
Home-Link - housebound service
Job club
Knit and natter group
Language courses
Large print books
Local history
Mental health support collection - Reading Well
Order and Collect service
Rhyme time
Rooms for hire
Study room
Study spaces
Talking books on CD
Wi-Fi printing from your own device
Word processing