The decision has been taken by Sheffield City Council to temporarily close the library.
Sadly, this means that Ecclesfield Library will be closed until further notice.
However, all books and DVDs which have been loaned out are not due back until 1st August, 2020.
Further updates with regard to our re-opening will be emailed to you, posted on social media or on our notice board outside the library.
Thank you to all our volunteers for all your help and support.
Hopefully, we will be open again soon to serve our local community.
The loan period for all our library stock, including items currently on loan
has been extended
to 1st August 2020.
All monthly events and meetings in the library have been suspended
All weekly events and meetings in the library have been suspended
Small car park, joined to the library by an easy-access ramp.
Sheffield City Council Library Facilities
Books can be browsed, or seen online by
Just enter a "Word or phrase",
set "library:" to "Ecclesfield Library",
and click the blue [Search] button.
Helping the Library
Amazon will give us 0.5% of the net purchase price of
without cost to you. Just go to
sign in to your account as usual (entering a code from your phone if requested), and search for and select "Friends of Ecclesfield Library".
Then bookmark the link above and use it whenever you shop at Amazon.
(For safer online transactions, use an up to date browser,
and check that both the
and the following url are correct before entering any passwords etc.)
If anybody wants to help the library, then they can see some of the rolls we have available by clicking on
or see our 2019 AGM poster above.
The Friends of Ecclesfield Library CIO
non-profit voluntary organisation
registered in England and Wales by the Charities Commission under registration number 1158802.
FoEL serves the public in the
district of Ecclesfield, the City of Sheffield, and its surrounding area,
by providing a
community lending library, and associated services.
We are doing this by enlisting the help of residents, local authorities, voluntary, and other organisations;
in a common effort to provide faculties to improve social welfare and for recreation and leisure time occupations
with the object of improving the conditions of life for the residents.