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Keighley Library

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North Street, Keighley BD21 3SX, England
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Beautiful building

Not very many new titles and it is quite dark inside but then it's an old building.they seem to... read more

Reviewed 14 April 2017
First Carnegie library in England

Opened in 1904 the building has many original features although the library itself is up to date... read more

Reviewed 2 May 2016
Keighley, United Kingdom
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14 Apr 2017
“Beautiful building”
2 May 2016
“First Carnegie library in England”
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North Street, Keighley BD21 3SX, England
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Reviewed 14 April 2017

Not very many new titles and it is quite dark inside but then it's an old building.they seem to have quite a few computers which seem to be well used

Thank Annmargaret2
Reviewed 2 May 2016

Opened in 1904 the building has many original features although the library itself is up to date and regularly gets new books in. I use this library all the time - it is an excellent free facility

Thank SuzyD99
Reviewed 9 March 2016

Great facility for local history. Freindly staff are available to guide you through the collections and get material from the Archives. Family History and Computer classes are available. Only drawback is that it is not part of the West Yorkshire Archive Service which calls for...More

Thank Dave195301
Reviewed 9 March 2016

Not a lot I can say about this really. It's nice that some libraries are still staying open with so many people trying to close them. They have computers and a few groups going on.

Thank Terri E
Reviewed 19 February 2016

This is a beautiful Victorian building . The interior has recently undergone work to restore it to it's former glory with beautiful murals. It was built with money given by Andrew Carnegie who was a friend of a local business man. The local library section...More

Thank Kathryn F
Reviewed 16 October 2015

I call infrequently to renew books for both myself and my grandson. On this occasion the staff were helpful - I also found a selection of learning books (maths, english, etc, to purchase for my grandson). Very helpful. The library was quiet and there is...More

Thank Jeanette H
Reviewed 8 July 2015

it is a top class library with all the book youl ever need, all types action, adventure, romance and sifi i would recomend it to hard core readers

Thank smcgrogan2000
Reviewed 9 February 2015 via mobile

I come on a regular basis with my son. The childrens section is not as good as when I used to go as a kid. Used to have a section where it had comfy cushions to curl up and enjoy the books. It feels too...More

Thank maddiemoo7
Reviewed 15 September 2014

liked the books, only problem was the library seemed to be short staffed and didn't give the bookstart packs out, we had to ask for them. so they need to remember to promote it to families as this is good.

Thank donna345
Reviewed 27 August 2014 via mobile

You don't need to be a book worm to enjoy this building with a near modern ground floor and untouched upstairs. This building is a curious and attractive peace of English history

Thank Ian D
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