Our library is probably one of the smallest in the whole of Wales, but we still play a vital role in the life of our community. We first opened to the public over 60 years ago, moving from the parish rooms to the former health clinic building in 2002.
We are a community library run by Conwy County Borough Council and by members of a local steering group.
We’ve always had a lot of support from the community council. We regularly run projects with schools and host author events for both children and adults.
At Cerrigydrudion Library you can:
- Enjoy free access to public computers
- Log in to free Wi-Fi
- Print or scan documents
- Bring your family to the children’s library
We also have regular events, including:
- Story time for the under-4s
- Reading group for Welsh learners
The library has access for the disabled, and there is a bus stop across the road near St Mary Magdalen’s Church. There is parking at the back of the building, and we also have a public toilet.
Tel: 01492 577547
|Our opening times are:|
|Tuesday||10:00 - 13:00 and 13:30 - 17:00|
|Thursday||14:00 - 18:00|
|We are closed on Bank Holidays.|