Visitors to the island are very welcome to use the Library which has all the literature you would expect, albeit on a small scale. The Channel Islands section is particularly popular with Visitors wishing to discover more of the history of Alderney as well as the other Channel Islands and there is also a delightful children’s area.
They have a special section of audio books on tape and CD, with the added fortune of being linked with the Guernsey Library to loan new volumes.
Residents and Visitors can join the Library for a non-refundable charge of £5.
Also available at the Library:
Broadband throughout the building
The Library is run by a volunteer committee of 10 members.
Th Library is also home of Alderney Bayeux Tapestry.
Get in contact
Address:Church Street, Alderney, GY9 3TE
Opening hours:Mon 10-12.30
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