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The library was opened in the current premises on 28 October 1972 and was refurbished in March 1995.
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.
Corringham Library, St Johns Way, Corringham, Stanford-le-Hope, SS17 7LJ
01375 678 534
|Monday||10am to 5pm |
|Tuesday||10am to 5pm |
|Wednesday||10am to 1pm, 2pm to 5pm self-service only|
|Thursday||10am to 5pm |
|Friday||10am to 5pm |
|Saturday||10am to 1pm |
Small car park at the front of the library.
Yes. Single storey building.
Access to Research
Adult reading group
Bookstart - books for babies
Cancer collection - Macmillan
CDs - music
Children's dual language picture books
Computer training (Wiser4IT)
Find My Past online
Home-Link - housebound service
Knit and natter group
Large print books
Mental health support collection - Reading Well
Order and Collect service
Rooms for hire
Talking books on CD
Wi-Fi printing from your own device