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Chapeltown library

Address:

The Reginald Centre

263 Chapeltown Road

Leeds

LS7 3EX

Tel: 0113 336 7683

Email: libraryenquiries@leeds.gov.uk

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

Parking: The library has parking

Access:

This is a multi service building.  Customer parking is available to the back of the building which includes four disabled parking bays.  The surface is tarmac and concrete, well maintained and level.  Public transport is immediately in front of the building (10 metres); however if going in the opposite direction there would be a need to cross a busy road via pelican crossing.  Entrance is at the front via automatic doors.  Once in the building the library is on one level.  There is one accessible customer toilet on the ground floor. There are lifts to take customers to other services on other floors were additional accessible toilets can be found. Large keyboard and mouse, Boardmaker and Global Writer are also available.  There are low level areas and an Induction loop is installed on the counter. 

  • Monday
    9am to 5pm 
  • Tuesday
    9am to 7pm 
  • Wednesday
    10am to 5pm 
  • Thursday
    9am to 5pm 
  • Friday
    9am to 5pm 
  • Saturday
    11am to 1pm 
  • Sunday
    Closed 
  • Baby change

  • Self-service

  • Internet access

  • Printing, Photocopying and Scanning

  • Scanner

  • Toilets

  • Vending machine

  • Councillor surgery

  • MP surgery

  • Readers' group

  • Storytime

  • Writers' group

  • Boardmaker

  • Book tokens for sale

  • Employment and training advice

  • Homework collection

  • Leeds Card registration

  • Local bus timetables

  • Newspapers

  • Talking books

  • Bike Library: Borrow a bike for free

Variation in our standard opening hours - where these occur due to bank holidays etc, these will be shown in 'Documents'.

Services in all libraries

  • Assistive technology
  • Adult books for loan, fiction and non-fiction
  • Children's books for loan, fiction and non-fiction
  • Children's holiday activities, check locally
  • Community information
  • Computers
  • Council Papers (online)
  • Events, check locally
  • Fax
  • Free internet access
  • Learning Sessions e.g. learn how to use a computer
  • Microsoft Office facilities
  • Planning Applications (online)
  • Printing
  • Request Service
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Click to expandBike Library: Borrow a bike for free

This site operates a Bike Library Service. The Bike Library allows you to borrow a bike for free over an agreed period. All you need to do is sign up as a library member (if you aren’t already) and have a short induction. There are adult and children’s bikes available both male and female. You can reserve and collect a bike/s onsite by asking a member of staff, or book in advance online.

Our new Bike Library scheme has an ambition to give every child in our city access to a bike. The scheme (alongside others such as the Cycle Superhighway, and the Tour De Yorkshire) is part of the City’s cycle legacy post Tour de France.​

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