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Heywood Library

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Heywood Library updates

Heywood Library is only open for the Request and Collect library books service.

: Heywood Library, Lance Corporal Stephen Shaw M C Way, Heywood OL10 1LL.
Location on map: view Heywood Library on Google Maps.

​​​​​​​​​​​Opening times at Heywood Library

Customer service centre - view Heywood Customer Service Centre opening times

Library - the Request and Collect service at this library is available during the following hours.

Day​Opening times
Monday-Friday​9.30am-1pm and 2pm-4.30pm
Saturday and Sunday Closed
​Bank holidays​Closed

Services at Heywood Library

Heywood Library is open for the following limited services:

  • Return books - you can return books by placing them in the boxes near the library doors, labelled 'return boxes'. This includes any books you borrowed before the coronavirus outbreak.
  • Request and Collect library books - a service which allows library members to borrow books without going into the library.

Facilities and access at Heywood Library

There's FREE parking at Heywood Library.

Unfortunately, the toilets are not available at the moment. We're sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.


0300 303 8876

Phone: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.

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Did you know?

Joining a library is FREE. You can join any library in England and Wales to use their facilities.

So, if you can't find it with us, take a look at the services on offer at a different library.

Join Rochdale borough libraries

It only takes a couple of minutes to join the library online. You can use your library membership to:

  • Download the latest eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines to your smartphone, tablet or desktop.
  • Reserve and renew books.
  • Choose from thousands of great books and audiobooks.
  • Access a range of online resources.
  • Borrow items from any library in the Greater Manchester Consortium.

Please remember to bring identification when you first visit the library to borrow items - for example, utility bill, driving licence or bank statement.

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