Library Extra Sessions are kindly run by library volunteers and in light of the current crisis some volunteers have selected not to continue with their regular volunteering commitments at this time. The health and wellbeing of our volunteers is important to us so the decision is to pause these sessions.
With this in mind, the Library Extra sessions will not run at this library for the foreseeable future.
We do hope you can visit the library during our general opening hours or alternatively you can access a wide range of services here online, such as reviewing your loans or reserving items. In addition, you can also borrow audiobooks, ebooks, eMagazines via the library catalogue.
You can also renew your books and other items by phoning 0345 155 1001.
Thank you for your understanding and we will update you when the Library Extra Sessions resume.
Topsham Library is located in the brand new community hub, Nancy Potter House. The library offers access to all the usual services including books and eBooks, audiobooks, free WiFi and computer access.
Topsham's new community hub, delivered by Estuary League of Friends following a successful funding bid to the Big Lottery Fund and fundraising efforts reaching a total of £1.95million, offers a day centre room, community café, exercise and fitness space, 2 treatment rooms, a laundry, meeting/training room, and serviced offices as well as our modern new library facilities.
- Free public computers and WiFi
- Printing, copying and scanning facilities
- Home library service
Topsham Library events
|Tue||10:00 - 14:30|
|Wed||12:00 - 16:30|
|Thu||10:00 - 13:00|
|13:30 - 16:30|
|Sat||10:00 - 12:30|
Email: Topsham Library
Tel: 01392 874955
Nancy Potter House
A quilt inspired by a love of books and reading is going on tour around libraries in Devon.
The quilt has been created by Exmouth & District University of the Third Age (U3A) members and depicts shelves of books and a curious cat.
|2021||Nov||Ottery St Mary|
The beautiful quilt will tour libraries over the next year and it will be raffled to raise money for Libraries Unlimited.Read more on Libraries Unlimited News