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Exeter Library is open seven days a week and receives an average of 1,500 visits a day. The library has over 1km of shelves containing over 60,000 books, CDs and DVDs which can be issued at any of the self-service points. In addition, the library has a reserve stack of approximately 150,000 items, available on request.

There is a large children's library overlooking Rougemont Gardens and a separate teen area, as well as 34 computers which are free to use for up to 2 hours per day and printing and copying facilities.

Exeter Library is also home to the Business and Intellectual Property (IP) Centre, where you can access information and attend business events and workshops to support your business or start up. The library also houses the first FabLab to be located within a public library in England. FabLab Devon is a community creative space that provides access to a range of digital equipment and machinery.

Services

  • Free public computers and WiFi
  • Printing, copying and scanning facilities
  • Self-service machines
  • Meeting rooms for hire
  • Variety of events for all audiences
  • FabLab maker space
  • Business and IP Centre
  • Real Food Exeter Cafe with garden terrace
  • Home library service
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British Trade in Black Labour - Live Screening

Join us for a live screening of The British Library's lecture on 'British Trade in Black Labour: The Windrush Passage.' After World War Two Caribbean people re-crossed the Atlantic Ocean, this time not as chattel slaces but in response to the push of colonial oppression and exploitation, and the demand for their labour in the UK. Professor Sir Hilary Beckles examines the circumstances which lead to this 'second Middle passage' in this keynote lecture. This is a free drop-in event, alternatively you can find further information and book via eventbrite.
Date: 15 June 2018
Time: 19:00 - 20:30
Description: Join us for a live screening of The British Library's lecture on 'British Trade in Black Labour: The Windrush Passage.' After World War Two Caribbean people re-crossed the Atlantic Ocean, this time not as chattel slaces but in response to the push of colonial oppression and exploitation, and the demand for their labour in the UK. Professor Sir Hilary Beckles examines the circumstances which lead to this 'second Middle passage' in this keynote lecture. This is a free drop-in event, alternatively you can find further information and book via eventbrite.
Audience: All
Cost: Free
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Opening hours:

Mon 09:00 - 18:00
Tue 09:00 - 19:00
Wed 10:00 - 18:00
Thu 09:00- 19:00
Fri 09:00 - 18:00
Sat 09:00 - 17:00
Sun 12:00 - 16:00

 

Contact us:

Emily Macaulay

Email: Exeter Library
Tel: 01392 407027

Find us:

Exeter Library
Castle Street
Exeter
Devon
EX4 3PQ

  

 

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Exeter Library floor plan