We're committed to making our services as accessible as possible to the people of Guernsey.
As part of this commitment, we've begun an exciting program of establishing Community Libraries across the island.
There are currently community libraries at:
- St Saviour's Community Centre
- The Bridge
- Rosaire Court
- La Nouvelle Maraitaine
Contact Jackie Burgess on 720392 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about our community libraries, or click here to find out more about volunteering opportunities
La Nouvelle Maraitaine Community Library
Open every week day morning, 10am til noon, this Community Library is based at Rue Maraitaine, Vale, opposite the Vale Douzaine Room.
A dedicated library room with ample parking and wi-fi access, it offers a wide selection of fiction, non-fiction, large print, audiobooks, DVDs and jigsaw puzzles.
Users of La Nouvelle Maraitaine Community Library need to be members of the Guille-Allès Library to borrow items - if you're not already a member, you can join at the community library.
Weekly rhyme times at the community library on Monday mornings. Two sessions: 10.00-10.30 and 11.00-11.30, open to all 0-3 year-olds. Call the Children's Library on 743635 for more information.
Free weekly drop-in session to help you get started with laptops, iPads, Kindles, and all other digital devices. Tuesdays 10.00-11.30.
The Tovertafel is a magic table that creates moments of happiness for people living with dementia. Interactive light projections that entice children, adults and older people to get moving and have fun together.
We run weekly drop-in sessions at La Nouvelle Maraitaine Community Library. Come along and see what the Tovertafel is all about, with one of our Library staff on hand to show you how it works. Thursdays 9.30-12.30.
You can also use the Tovertafel on Wednesdays 10.00-12.00 and Fridays 10.00-12.00, or contact Jackie Burgess on email@example.com to arrange a time to suit you.
Every Thursday morning 10.00-12.00, come along to the community library to relax and doodle away your worries. All welcome!
The Western Community Library
The Western Community Library is based at St Saviour's Community Centre on Le Neuf Chemin Road.
Open on Tuesday afternoons, 3.00 to 5.00 pm, and Wednesday mornings, 10.00-12.00. The Community Library offers fiction and non-fiction, large print books, audio books and childrens' books.
Alternatively, just come along for a cup of tea, a few biscuits and chat.
Story & Rhyme Time sessions are held every Wednesday at 11am during term-time. All pre-school children welcome. Free admission: no booking necessary.
Users of the Western Community Library need to be members of the Guille-Allès Library to borrow items - if you're not already a member, you can join at the community library.
St Saviour's Community Centre is located on Le Neuf Chemin Road, near St Saviour's Church (the old Mont Varouf School). There's plenty of parking outside.
The Bridge Community Library
Open every Wednesday and Friday morning from 10.00am to 12.30pm. The Bridge Community Library is based at the Salvation Army Community Centre & Cafe, on Nocq Road. It has plenty of parking and easy access through the disabled entrance in the car park.
The Community Library offers a full range of materials including fiction & non-fiction books in large and standard print, audiobooks, DVDs, music CDs, graphic novels, teenage and junior books.
Users of The Bridge Community Library need to be members of the Guille-Allès Library to borrow items - if you're not already a member, you can join at the community library.
Rosaire Court Community Library
Open every Monday morning from 10 am to noon. The Rosaire Court Community Library is on Rosaire Avenue, just off Brock Road in St Peter Port.
Users of the Rosaire Court Community Library need to be members of the Guille-Allès Library to borrow items - if you're not already a member, you can join at the community library.
We run several regular events at Rosaire Court. Once a month on a Thursday we host our Tea & Tales book club. Join us for shared reading, book discussions and a cup of tea.
Once a month on a Monday morning 10.00-11.00 we run an IT Help session. Get started with laptops, iPads and all other digital devices.
Community Library events
Upcoming events at our four Community Libraries
Join the Guille-Allès Library
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- Book clubs
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