3rd April 2022
Make the most of your visit to the library this Easter with our free Children's Easter competition. Click here for full details.
21st January 2022
More new jigsaws now available
The new jigsaw lending library has been so well received that we have now added 18 lovely new puzzles to our stock. We now have more than 70 jigsaws in a wide range of styles for you to borrow. Pop in and take a look!
20th January 2022
Storytime to re-start next week
After a short pause due to the Omicron pandemic we are delighted to announce that Storytime will re-start on Thursday 27th January 2022.
16th January 2022
Help Enhance the Children's Book Section
Would you like to help out the library with a financial donation? We are currently planning to build new shelving in our children’s book section. Any contributions towards this can now be made on The Big Give on our campaign page. Please follow the link by clicking the Big Give logo here …Thank you!
15th December 2021
Thursday Storytime Cancelled
Please note that Storytime is cancelled until further notice for Covid reasons. The library will still remain open for books and jigsaws
13th December 2021
Free Computer Classes start in January 2022
Get the most from your tablet or smartphone with our free four-week course. Covering security basics, email, taking and sending photos, browsing the Internet and much more.
The course will be run over four one-hour sessions on Tuesday mornings starting on 11th January 2022 from 10.30-11.30am
Places are limited so if you would like to join us do please sign up by email using the contact form, call us on 01494-764602 or pop in to sign up in person.
28th October 2021
New Jigsaw Lending Library
We are delighted to announce an exciting new facility for jigsaw-loving library members - our new jigsaw lending library. Thanks to donations from several volunteers and library users we have a lovely wide range of jigsaws available for you to borrow. The jigsaws range from straightforward 500 piece puzzles to back-to-front fiendishly difficult ones right up to a 3D jigsaw model of the Eiffel Tour! There is no charge to borrow a jigsaw and no fixed time by which you must return it. All we ask is that you enjoy solving the puzzles and try not to lose any pieces!
20th October 2021
Management Update – Little Chalfont Community Library
I am delighted to report that Little Chalfont Community Library is under new management.
The new team are experienced volunteers Geraldine Newman, Gill Hudgell and Wendy Yellowley who have also joined the Library Committee. They have been responsible for the running of the Library since 1st September and they are sharing the responsibilities between them. They each bring a different but complementary set of skills to the Library and are looking to keep our Library as popular as ever.
Left to right – Geraldine Newman, Gill Hudgell and Wendy Yellowley.
Photo courtesy and copyright of photographer Patrick Hudgell.
Chairman, Little Chalfont Community Library
20th September 2021
David Retires as Library Manager
We held a small drinks party in the library this week to mark our library manager’s retirement. Many of you will recognise David who has been the welcoming face of the library ever since we opened 15 years ago. Fortunately he will continue to be very much a presence in the library, volunteering and running the film nights.
It was great to have the three Chairmen (two past and one present) all together with him, along with many volunteers.
23rd October 2019
The chair of the Library Trustees is Graham Yellowley.
Graham said "The Library is a tremendous asset to the Community and I am honoured to become Chairman, having been a Trustee since October 2018. The Library provides a warm and friendly service to its Customers through Volunteers, Trustees, website manager and many others, they are a great team.
"The Library has grown from strength to strength with 20,000 visitors per year and is known for its up to date ranges of books for all ages, film shows, knit & knatter, computer classes and other events.
"Going forwards the challenge for the Library is:-
funding to continue to generate income to meet its running costs and
to transition from the Bucks County Council to the Bucks Unitary Authority.
"In terms of funding the Library requests and receives grants from Little Chalfont Parish Council, Chiltern District Council as well as donations from Community residents and other charities. Without these the Library would not be able to sustain its service to the Community.
"The creation of the Bucks Unitary Authority in 2020 brings changes to the whole of Buckinghamshire and the contractual relationship that exists between Bucks County Council and Little Chalfont Community Library will need to be transitioned to Bucks Unitary Authority. I will be liaising with Bucks County Council on the transition and managing the changes to the Library’s contract.
"I believe the Little Chalfont Community Library has a bright future and I look forward to seeing you there."