Tuesday & Wednesday: 10- 6pm
Thursday & Friday: 10 - 7pm
Saturday & Sunday: 12 - 4pm
DEDICATED CHILDREN'S AREA:
Tuesday & Friday: 10 - 5pm
Saturday: 12 - 4pm
Children can borrow books and DVDs during Main Library Hours.
RHYME TIME - £3 per child:
Tuesdays at 10.30 with Cara
Friday at 10.15 with Dawn
Monday & Bank Holidays : LIBRARY CLOSED
Welcome to Keats Community Library
Keats Community Library is a volunteer-run registered charity at 10 Keats Grove, London NW3 operated by the community. In March 2012, KCL took over Heath Library from the Camden Council who no longer provide any support.
KCL is supported by the community for volunteers and funding. If you want to help, please see our "Join Us" section.
Visiting the library is free and open to everyone. To borrow books (including large print and other specialist books), DVDs and talking/audio books you only need to register. Come and see for yourself.
+ Over 20,000 items - adult & childen's books, DVDs, large print & talking books adding new books weekly.
+ FREE WiFi across the library + 6 public PCs + Printing and copying in Black & White and Colour. Note: Sessions may be limited when busy so please book to secure your time
+ DVD Rental : 7 days (fee applies)
+We have an active events programme based on Literacy and the Arts generally.
If you would like to join our free mailing list, click on the button to the left of this page or send an email with your details. You can leave at any time and your details are not shared with anyone.
Library card holders are put on the mailing list unless they let us know otherwise.
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Literacy Courses - FREE to all
Do you know someone who needs to improve their reading and writing skills?
Our trained team provide discreet bespoke assistance on a one to one basis.
If you know anyone who might benefit, please call or mail us.
NEW: "MEMORIES WRITING GROUP"
Do you often think about the past?
KCL is starting a small circle to share memories and write them down for posterity. These can be passed on to your family and, if you agree, who knows, we may even be able to print them into a permanent record of your fascinating lives.
This will be an intimate group so you can feel free to share your family stories, the changes in your neighbourhood, your work, and the people you have known, or even your experience of major events. But you don’t have to have changed the world… your personal story is just as interesting.
No experience of writing or speaking is necessary. The group will be led by Nella Marcus.
Please let us know if you would like to join us. Speak to the volunteers at the desk.
Every 2nd Thursday of the month starting Thursday October 9thThursday October 9th 4-6pm