Leyland Library

Available as a free or low cost hire
Venue code: soe-v-143190
Lancaster Gate
PR25 2EX
United Kingdom

Leyland Library was built in 1974 and was opened by George Birtill, the editor of the Chorley Guardian series. The first public library in Leyland was the library centre provided by Lancashire County Council in the basement of Leyland Town Hall in 1926. In about 1932 the library moved into the old police station on Towngate and remained there until the new purpose built library of 1974 was established.

Phone: 01772 458500
Capacity: 10 to 15
Rates: £10 per 3 hour session + lettings supervision charges, outside office hours (£20 market rate).
Payment options: Contact District Manager for payment options.

Facilities Available:
  • Car parkingCar parking
  • Disabled access and washroom facilitiesDisabled access and washroom facilities
  • InternetInternet
  • Onsite computersOnsite computers
  • Within 10 minute walk of public transportWithin 10 minute walk of public transport

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    Contact District Manager on 01772 450910 for bookings and further information on the venue.

    Check about equipment availability at time of booking.

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