A jewel in the crown of The Bircham Centre is the town’s library. As the Centre was originally gifted to the people of Reepham as a reading room, it is apt that the building houses just that – a fabulous bijou library filled with thousands of books, audio CDs, maps, newspapers, leaflets, DVDs and all sorts of other wonderful things.
The Library is actively involved in the community and hosts a variety of events as disparate as Harry Potter days and exhibitions of aids for the hearing impaired. The Library is a very precious resource so please come and use it as often as you can!
For the current Library opening times and further information, please visit the Norfolk County Council website.
The library houses a children’s section which is set in the back room. It’s a comfy area where your children can flop down and read to their heart’s content. Noisy children are just as welcome as quiet ones!
It has picture books for toddlers, illustrated stories for slightly older children, young fiction and more difficult books for older and more confident readers. It also has audio story CDs.
Every so often, the library runs fun days for children, especially the Summer Reading Challenge, which is open to all.
Reepham Library offers three computers for public use. All you need to do is to get a PIN from the helpful librarians and you have an hour to browse.