Visit Normanton Library and open your mind to reading! Normanton Library was originally a free public Carnegie Library and was opened in 1907. In 2001 the library moved to its current site in the former community centre on Castleford Road.
With access to a wide range of books, local and family history collection and a programme of weekly activities for all ages, Normanton Library is the place to expand your mind.
This venue is talking part in Wakefield Council’s Seed Collection campaign for 2023! To take part, collect any conkers, acorns, sweet chestnuts, and beech nuts that you see on the ground or on the trees, and then drop your collected seeds into the seed bin. To find out more, and find other seed bin venues in the district, click here.
Facilities and services
- Access to a wide range of books and more for all ages
- Local and family history collection
- Children’s section from toddler to teenager
- Computers with internet access – pre booking is advised
- Free Wi-Fi
- Bookable study space
- Printing and scanning facilities
- Self-service check-outs
- Programme of weekly activities for all ages – sessions to be booked in advance
- School and group visits welcome
- Accessible facilities, including an induction loop
- Accessible toilets
- Car park adjacent to library
- Cycle parking, borrowable lock and mini repair kit onsite
*Normanton Library is proud to offer Tovertafel, a magic table stimulating both physical and emotional activity encouraging social interaction that creates moments of happiness for people living with dementia and learning difficulties.
Venue opening hours
Monday : 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday : 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday : Closed
Thursday : 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Friday : 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday : 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
Sunday : Closed
- Accessible Car Parking
- Accessible Toilet
- Assistance Dogs Welcome
- Hearing Aid Loop
- Wheelchair Accessible