Based on Hurst Fold / Liverpool Road, Irlam Library provides access to a wide range of reading materials including books and audio books. Staff are on hand to provide free help and advice and point you in the right direction.
There are also great services on offer. Computers are available free of charge so you can catch up on your correspondence, type up an essay or simply surf the net. Printing, faxing, photocopying and scanning services are also available for a nominal charge.
The library also holds events and activities for adults and children, including regular reading groups, which are promoted within the library itself and on their website.
Get on-line – Weekly drop-in sessions in Irlam and Cadishead. Free and friendly help is available so go along and get the most from the internet. There is also one to one appointments, speak to a member of staff…
For more information contact Salford Community Leisure at Eccles Library 0161 778 0439 or salfordcommunityleisure.co.uk
Cadishead Library – 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month
Irlam Library – 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month
Once a year the library holds the following events for children:
- Summer Reading Challenge – aimed at children aged between 4 to 11, the challenge is for them to read 6 books over their 6 week school holiday. Run by almost all libraries in the UK, the challenge is completely free. Ideally register your child at the start of the summer holidays so they have the maximum time available to read their 6 books. Just simply pop down to the library and staff will enrol your child and give them a membership pack. The challenge starts there!
- Read for my School – is a competition held annually between January and March. It invites all children between the ages of 7 and 10 attending Primary schools in England to take part, to promote, celebrate and encourage reading for pleasure. The competition encourages children to read as many books as possible using a free online service where they can make their own choices and explore different genres and formats, with the winners getting prizes from top retailers. 2014 was a pilot year for Read for My School in Secondary schools, where pupils aged 11-13 throughout England could participate.
Why not become a member? It’s easy and free to join and provides you with access to the 24 hour online service to renew your books or reserve others, plus much more!
The library is easily accessible with double doors and step free access, as well as free parking. If you have difficulties getting to the library then why not contact the mobile library service on 0161 609 5150 or firstname.lastname@example.org.