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We are a group who support the Milton Road Library in Cambridge and want to ensure we retain it as a local library but also that it develops as a community resource.
The original library building on the corner of Ascham Road and Milton Road closed its doors on 10th November 2017, and a new library/community space is scheduled to open in a years’ time.
There is mobile provision further down Ascham Road near the school while the building work takes place. It keeps a good range of books, including many for children, with the following hours of opening:
|Monday||10:00 — 17:00|
|Thursday||15:00 — 17:00|
|Friday||15:00 — 17:00|
|Saturday||10:00 — 15:00|
The first panels going up…
4th July 2018Hard at work installing the new and colourful hoardings outside of the library site to brighten the corner! Thank you for everyone who contributed in one way of another. View more pictures on the Frie...
Hot off the Press
28th June 2018So thrilled to see the display panels beginning to come off the press at Anglia Graphics! We can’t wait for them to be put up at the end of next week. The artwork looks fantastic, artist Jo Tunm...
We’ve found a printer!
24th June 2018Great news for a Friday afternoon! Huge thanks to the brilliant Anglia Graphics in Swavesey who’ve agreed to support our The Art of Reading project by printing the hoardings at a significantly r...
The Friends of Milton Road Library exists to celebrate and protect our local library. We aim to:
- Promote Milton Road Library within the community
- Help develop the building as a community resource and facility
- Facilitate the running of library and community events at the library
- Liaise with the County Council on all aspects of running the library
- Liaise with the City Council on developing resources for general use.
Funds raised through membership support our programme of events and purchase newspapers and equipment for the building.
Joint Steering Group for building development
Since 2012 the Friends Group have been working as members of a joint Steering Group with the Library Service of the County Council to plan the development of the building.
As a member of the Friends, we will keep you informed of events and activities, and also ask you to give us ideas and feedback on proposals affecting our library. Most of the events we run are free to members. We will keep in touch with you primarily by email but we will do what we can to also notify those people who join us who aren’t on the internet.
The subscription to be a member is £5, or £8 for family/household membership (£3 and £5 if you are unwaged); £10 for community members (schools and local businesses etc).
Membership runs from 1st January each year. To join the Friends please complete a membership form – available as a download here or at the library.