Carnegie Library is in a residential area close to Denmark Hill and Herne Hill.
Carnegie Library is a picturesque Grade II listed building, combining framework with Tudor style mullioned and leaded windows.
It offers books, DVDs and CDs for loan, a reference and information service, and free use of computers for internet, email and word-processing. The Library holds a small collection of books in French. We also have online resources and services for you to use.
Craft Circle - Saturdays 12noon to 2pm
Chess Club - Saturdays 2.45 to 5pm
Poetry Group - Mondays 1 to 3pm
Ruskin Readers - Adult Literacy classes - Mondays 7 to 9pm and Wednesdays 2.30 to 4.30pm
Book at Breakfast - Wednesdays 10.30am to 12noon.
For more information call 020 7926 6050 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tea, cake and gardening club - first Saturday of the month 2.30 to 4pm - no experience required, Contact email@example.com
Free business advice sessions are available with Wendy Jackson, visit Bite sized Marketing for more information.
Creative writing courses visit the Inkhead website for more information.
Carnegie Library also runs Book Groups for adults, Silver Surfer sessions for elders and Storytimes for Under 5s.
May 2013 Bank Holiday
Carnegie Library will close on Monday 27 May 2013 (Spring Bank Holiday)
Carnegie Library is open:
- Monday - 1 to 8pm
- Tuesday - closed
- Wednesday - 10am to 6pm
- Thursday - closed
- Friday - 10am to 6pm
- Saturday - 9am to 5pm
- Sunday - closed
Find out more about BBC Breathing Places library project.
How to find us
188 Herne Hill Road
Tel: 020 7926 6050
Fax: 020 7926 6072
Location map for Carnegie Library
Rail: Loughborough Junction, Herne Hill
Buses: 68, 468, P4
Access for people with disabilities
- Wheelchair access: the side entrance in Ferndene Road.
- Disabled toilet (downstairs in the building)
- Registered assistance dogs welcome
There is no induction loop.