Puddletown Community Library was opened at 3pm on Monday 7th January 2013, by internationally acclaimed BBC journalist Kate Adie.
Visiting the Library is free and open to everyone who lives, works or studies in Dorset.
Puddletown Library is run by volunteers and is totally dependent on fund-raising and donations. The Friends of Puddletown Library (FoPL) is a registered charity that works hard at fund-raising to keep the Puddletown Comunity library open, to provide a service which reflects the needs of the local community, to promote literacy generally and to be a welcoming place in the Community.
Coffee Morning - Saturday 7th October 2017 a total £265.00 was raised.
Thank you to all of the stallholders, volunteers and those that came along to support us.
Harry Potter Night
Thursday 1st February 2018. More information to follow.
Code Club - Commencing September, Friday afternoon 5.30pm to 6.30pm (Term Time)
(Parental Consent form below)
Games Group - every Thursday, 2pm - 4pm.
|Monday||3pm - 5.30pm|
|Wednesday||3pm - 5.30pm|
|Friday||3pm - 5.30pm|
|Saturday||10am - Noon|
**Open Thursday 10.15am - 11.15am for Mothers & Toddlers (term time only). Closed to general public**
For Public Holiday Library Hours, please click on PDF below.
Puddletown Community Library
Puddletown Village Hall
01305 848506 (during library hours)
Or pop in during library hours
Click on Image below for Information and Forms