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Arts and culture

Headingley Readers' Group

image of bookshelves

18 November 2014 7:00pm - 8:00pm

New Members Welcome

 

​Come along to Headingley library and share the company of friendly fellow booklovers.

Each month we read and discuss a different book.

New members always welcome

Price:   FREE

Contact details:   Contact Headingley library for more information or ask at the counter for a copy of the latest book

Additional information:  

Headingley library 

North Lane
Headingley
Leeds
LS6 3HG

t.   0113 378 1868

Details  

Local library. See the libraries pages for more information.

Facilities  

Internet access
Photocopier - black and white
Study space
Toilets

Access  

There is on street parking only, and access is dependent on where the vehicle is parked.  The surface is mainly concrete and paving slabs with curbs; most areas are reasonably maintained and level.  There is the possibility of crossing a busy road using a pelican crossing.  The nearest public transport is directly outside the library doors.  Entrance to the library is via manual doors and a slightly inclining ramp.  The library is all on one level.  There is an accessible customer toilet. Magnifying screen monitor, large keyboards, trackballs and mouse are available. Boardmaker and Global Writer are also available.  There are low level areas and an Induction loop is installed on the counter. 

Public transport  

The library is on the local bus routes. Please contact Metroline for up-to-date travel information on (0113) 245 7676

Parking  

NCP Parking nearby

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