Book Services

Our library holds nearly 7000 books across both our sites, with roughly 3500 at each site. We regularly refresh our book stock with new or donated titles. Library Frequently Asked Questions can be found Here.

 When you join the library, we will email you with a Username and temporary Password so that you can enjoy personal access to the library catalogue from home. When logged in, you can easily check items on loan, renew or reserve items, write reviews, rate and recommend titles, and change your PIN.

 The catalogue provides full synopses, details of book location and other helpful information. Why not make use of Click & Collect; just login with your username and password using the link on this page above and place a reservation. We’ll let you know when your book is ready to collect.

Adult Books

Adult Fiction: we have a wide and varied selection of adult fiction books at both of our sites where you can choose from classics, contemporary, best sellers, prize winners and more.

Non-Fiction: there are non-fiction books on every subject: including history, politics, science, nature, travel, music, cookery, gardening and humour.

Local History: there is a popular Local History section

Graphic Novels: we have a small but growing graphic novels collection.

Large Print Books: we have over 950 large print books, mostly fiction.

Childrens Books

We have a children’s section with over 1,400 titles. There is a wide range of books for all age groups: picture books for preschoolers’, fiction, non-fiction and children’s reference for juniors, and a separate section for young adult literature


BFI Replay is a new, free-to-access, digital archive from the British Film Institute (BFI). It’s an online learning and research platform preserving and hosting thousands of digitized videos and television programmes from the collections of the BFI National Archive, partner UK Regions and Nations Film Archives.

 The content vividly uncovers stories from across the UK, its history, and people – what we, our parents, carers, grandparents and communities have watched over the past 60 years.
BFI Replay is available only in public and community libraries and is a unique and important resource. Access to the BFI Replay platform is free but limited to the computers in the Stationmaster’s House via an icon on each PC desktop.