Kent Libraries aims to provide a range of services and activities relevant to all the people of Kent. They offer a wide range of services as well as specialist collections relevant to all the people of Kent.
Collections vary in size across Kent and if your local library cannot solve your information requirements they will know someone who can.
Newton Road ME13 8DY
Faversham Library is open:
- Monday, 9am to 6pm
- Tuesday, 9am to 6pm
- Wednesday, 9am to 6pm
- Thursday, 9am to 6pm
- Friday, 9am to 6pm
- Saturday, 9am to 5pm
As well as a wide selection of books for adults and children, the library has a good range of local history materials and Computers with Internet access, Microsoft Office packages and the computerised library catalogue.
They also have: Photocopier; fax; microfiche reader/printer; print magnifier; exhibition space; Coffee machine; Videos; DVDs; CDs; talking books and books in large print.
Baby Bounce & Rhyme for children under 3 yrs, Tuesdays fortnightly 10.30am to 10.50am
Storytime for pre-school children: Wednesdays, 2.25pm to 2.35pm
Further information is given on the Faversham Library website, if you wish to contact the library call: 03000 413131 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
131 London Road, Teynham, Kent ME 9 9QJ
Teynham Library is open:-
- Monday, 2pm to 5pm
- Tuesday, 9.30am to 12 noon
- Wednesday, 2pm to 5pm
- Thursday, 9.30am to 12 noon
- Saturday, 10am to 2pm
In addition to books, videos and talking books, we also have Computers with free Internet access, Microsoft Office packages and the computerised library catalogue. Wheelchair-accessible public toilet.
You can contact the library by 01795 521674 email@example.com
Boughton Library Village Hall, Boughton-under-Blean, ME13 9JF
Boughton Library opening times:-
- Monday, closed
- Tuesday, 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm
- Wednesday and Thursday, closed
- Friday, 2pm to 6pm
A selection of books for adults and children; Videos and talking books; books in large print; Computers with free Internet access, Microsoft Office packages and the computerised library catalogue.
You can contact the library by
Mobile Libraries visit many of the villages in the Faversham area.
Please go to the Mobile Libraries
page on the KCC website where you can do a search to look for your nearest town/village that has a Mobile Library stop. The results will show where the Mobile library stops, the day, expected time and frequency.
If you wish to ensure that the mobile library is on the road as advertised (stops may be cancelled due to occasional mechanical problems or driver shortage) the number to ring is