Shrewsbury Library is a warm welcoming space where you can enjoy a wide range of books and other reading materials, use the wi-fi, access the computers and scanning facilities for free or just relax in a warm and safe environment for as much time as you wish during opening hours.
Other services include photocopying and printing services and with events for all ages such as Rhymetime, Storytime, Books Aloud, Craft and Chatter, digital support, historical tours, writing groups and learning at the library sessions, there’s something for everyone.
Set in a Grade 1 listed building which once housed Shrewsbury School, Shrewsbury Library has a bronze statue of Charles Darwin, presented to the town in 1897 and a bust of critically acclaimed Shropshire writer, Mary Webb, can be seen in the gardens beside the Library.
Events During Arts Trail 2023
Mini Movers With Messy Art: - July 21st and August 18th 10.30 – 11.30 am
Session aimed at toddlers with dance and rhymes followed by messy art.
Rhymetime: - Every Monday in July and August: 10.30 am
Songs and rhymes for babies and toddlers
Storytime: - Every Wednesday in July and August: 10.30
Stories and a craft for the under 5s
Books Aloud: - Thursday 6th July and Thursday 3rd August: 2.30pm
Come along, relax and listen to poems and stories read aloud.
Craft and Chatter: - Thursday 13th July and Thursday 10th August: 10.30am - Share your craft knowledge and have a chat with refreshments.
Monday 9:30 am -5:00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am -7:00 pm
Wednesday – Friday: 9:30 am -5:00 pm
Saturday 9:30 am – 4.00 pm