What's at Tang Hall Library
- Free broadband internet access and wi-fi
- A children's area & young people's area
- Fiction and non-fiction for children, young people and adults
- Large print books and audiobook
- Reference books
- Books to support your learning
- Information about local services
- Adult Education course information
- Family and local history
- Newspapers and magazines
- Photocopying facilities
- Car parking
- A meeting room, and an ICT suite, which are available to hire
- e-library - if you have a tablet and an e-reader you can down load books for free. You must be a York resident.
- Free basic computer courses. Tablets and e-reader drop ins Thursdays 2.30-3.30
Book groups Monday evenings 6pm-7pm please get in touch to confirm dates.
Rhymetimes Thursday 10-10.30 Storytimes Saturday 10.30-11.00
Democracy, Staying Informed: Council Minutes and Agendas:
Want to know what your council is doing about the issues that matter to you - come and find out! All of our libraries can provide digital access to City of York Council minutes and agendas so if you cannot make it to Tang Hall just pop into your local library .
Please note that all York libraries are closed on Bank Holidays.
Tang Hall Library, York, YO31 0PR
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DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service - formerly criminal records check) policy? Yes
All childcare and services should make reasonable adjustments to support disabled children and young people or those with additional needs. Below is a statement from this provider about their inclusive practice and levels of experience of supporting different needs
Last updated: 7/3/2016
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