It is free to become a member and you can join in person or online. We offer local and virtual access to a wealth of resources. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are always here to help you find books or information.
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday: 9am – 5pm
Tuesday and Friday: 9am – 7pm
Saturday: 9.30am – 1pm
Neston Library may have been built in 1907 but we have changed a lot since then. (It is the last remaining Carnegie library in Cheshire and was built thanks to the generosity of Andrew Carnegie ‘the patron saint of libraries’ and the dedication of local people.)
Incorporating self-service machines into the library allows staff to spend more time helping our users and running activities such as reading groups, story times, class visits and local history sessions. We have a huge number of online services which you can access from your home 24 hours a day, such as a music streaming site called Naxos. Our latest service is OneClick Digital which enables you to download audio-books free! Additionally you can download e-books from home (ask staff for more details)
We have, of course, a brilliant range of books for all ages and tastes, with friendly skilled staff who will help find the right book for you, whether it’s the latest best-seller or that quirky little gem.
If you want to find out about Neston we have a fascinating local history library which includes the collection of the late David Scott and lots of old photographs of the area.
Why not pop in to see us? You will always receive a warm welcome.
The Town Council office is currently closed for visitors due to Covid19, however if you have an enquiry please contact the Council via the main telephone number on standard weekdays between 9.30am and 12.00pm.