South Yardley Library
From 2 September, South Yardley Library will extend its opening hours. It will be open until 7pm on Mondays and all day on Wednesdays from 9am-5pm.
Irish in Birmingham
If you need free and confidential support with housing , finances, health, bereavement and loss, isolation and loneliness, family issues, alcohol problems or simply want to get involved in Irish cultural activities, help is available at South Yardley Library every Friday from 10am until 1pm.
This library webpage has now been replaced by information on the Library of Birmingham website and is not being updated regularly. Please visit our Community Library webpages on the new site for the latest information on your local library.
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0121 464 1944
0121 464 0160
Buses - 11, 58, 59, 59A, 60, 900, 957.
Library Manager Eileen Kenny
Find out useful information about your area (for example childcare, nursing homes, schools performance)
Children and Teenagers
The Krafty Cygnets for children under 5 (term time only)
Tuesdays, 9.30am -11am. This group is run in partnership with Fox Hollies Children's Centre.
Teenage Reading Group
Join us on the last Thursday of every month, 6pm-7pm. We have pizza!
Find out more about how children can enjoy the library at www.birmingham.gov.uk/younglibraries
ChildcareTo find out about childcare facilities in your area, please contact the Family Information Service on 0121 303 3521.
Swan Coffee Bar Mondays 10am-12 noon and Fridays 11am-12.30pm.
South Yardley Library Keep Fit Fridays 10am-10.45am
A lively but steady exercise session for fitness and fun Friday mornings. All Welcome.
South Yardley Library is now one of the local services managed by the Yardley Constituency.
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