Libraries system update

We are undergoing a system update that affects how customers use some of our library services. Our online catalogue will be offline between 30 June and 8 July. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Check which library services are affected.

Beaconsfield Library

An image of the entrance to Beaconsfield library in Buckinghamshire.

Opening times

Day Opening times

Monday

Closed

Tuesday

9:30am to 7pm

Wednesday

9:30am to 1pm

Thursday

9:30am to 5pm

Friday

9:30am to 5pm

Saturday

10am to 4pm

Sunday

Closed

Buckinghamshire libraries will be closed on bank holidays unless stated otherwise.

What's on at Beaconsfield Library

Room bookings

Buckinghamshire Libraries are here to support businesses, organisations and communities, offering flexible and dynamic spaces for a range of events. We provide safe locations for social, educational, health and cultural activities in the community.

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Facilities

  • Public internet and computer access
  • Computer for customers with visual impairments
  • Free online reference resources and eLibrary
  • Photocopying
  • Printing - this library offers a remote printing service. You can send your prints from your own device through our Print My Documents website. Please note the time and date your prints were sent, and bring your library card with you. You will have 24 hours to collect your prints during opening hours.
  • Scanning
  • Loanable tablets, called 'Hublets' (for use in the library)
  • Council access point

For photocopying, printing and scanning services see library charges.

Accessible facilities

  • Accessible public toilet
  • Baby changing
  • Seats
  • Assistive listening/hearing enhancement system
  • Large print information and resources
  • Safe or quiet space
  • Dementia friendly

Contact Beaconsfield Library

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Address

Beaconsfield Library
Reynolds Road
Beaconsfield
Buckinghamshire
HP9 2NJ

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Safe Place Scheme

Beaconsfield Library is a Safe Place where you can go to get help if you feel unsafe or at risk when you are out and about.

We will help you contact your support worker, family member, carer or the police. You will know it has a Safe Place as it will have a sticker in the window.