Library Locations and Opening Times - Throston Grange Library
Please note that our Libraries and Community Hubs remain closed. We will update our website with opening times when we are able to safely re-open our buildings.
Community Hub South is currently open Monday - Friday 10am - 3pm.
Click and Collect Book Borrowing is available from Owton Manor Library within Community Hub South. Books can be reserved via:
Telephone: 01429 272631
You will receive a telephone call once books are available to collect.
For those library uses who are not able to visit Community Hub South, you will be pleased to know that our 'click and collect' service is being expanded and will be available from a number of community locations throughout the week via our Mobile Community Hub.
Monday: 10am - 12noon, The Parade, near Ward Jackson Park
Tuesday: 10am - 12noon, Throston Library
Wednesday: 10am - 12noon, Headland Library
Thursday: 10am - 12noon, Throston Library
Friday: 10am - 12noon, Headland Library
Anyone who needs to access a computer to help with job applications, to apply for benefits, to find new opportunites and to remain socially included, can take advantage of a number of 'People's Network' computers located at Community Hub South. To book a computer, please click here or telephone 01429 272631.
|Branch Contact Number||01429 263199|
|Free Wi-Fi access?||Yes|
|Computer and Internet Access?||Yes|
|Events and Activities||
Wednesday from 10am - 1pm
Craft Club (adult social activity, bring your own materials)
Thursday from 10am - 12noon
Wednesday (every 4 weeks) from 2pm - 3pm (please contact the library for dates)
School Holiday Craft Activities
Events across all Community Hubs and Libraries (For further details please visit www.hartlepool.gov.uk/libraries)
Read and Rhyme for under 3's
Monday from 10:30am - 11:30am
Sing and Sign for newborns up to 3 years
Wednesday from 10:30am - 11:30am
Chalk Talk Club for 8 to 11 years
Saturday 10:30am - 11:30am
Download our Storytime Information Bookmark to see what else is on offer for children in Hartlepool Libraries.