St.Helens Central Library

Central Lending Library 4

Victoria Square
WA10 1DY
Tel: 01744 676954
Fax: 01744 677216

St.Helens Central Library has a wide range of books, CDs and DVDs on offer and more than 70 PC and iMac computers. 

The Children's Room has 5 Windows computers, a plasma screen, an Xbox and an interactive projector.


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Has both Windows and Apple computers a touch-screen plasma monitor and is available for booking by small groups (6-15 people).  It also has a studio quality video camera, graphics tablets and video and sound editing facilities available.  If you want more information about our state of the art digital media editing tools please get in touch.

Call 01744 676989.

Local History and Archives Service

The Local History and Archives Library holds the historic records of St.Helens Borough Council and some of its old constituent authorities (Billinge and Winstanley, Haydock, Newton-le Willows and Rainford). Local history collections of books, pamphlets, local newspapers, maps and photographs are also held. Additionally, there are extensive genealogical records of a local, national and international nature.


Free Internet Access and a range of free learning opportunities for everyone are available from our UKOnline Section.

Read and Rhyme Time

Tuesday afternoon 2.00pm and Thursday morning 10.30am.
Come along to these fun sessions for pre-school children and their parents

Central Library Reading Group

Meet : 3rd Wednesday of each month
Time : 10.30am - 12.30pm

Light refreshments served

Library Opening Times
Monday 10.00am 7.00pm
Tuesday 10.00am 7.00pm
Wednesday 10.00am 7.00pm
Thursday 10.00am 5.00pm
Friday 10:00am 5.00pm
Saturday 10:00am 4:00pm

ACL LogoSt.Helens Adult and
Community Learning Service
provides community based learning in libraries across St. Helens.

Visit our Virtual Learning Centre

See the ACL service webpages



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