Clevedon library will close temporarily on Saturday 18 June and reopen in October.

A ‘call and collect’ service will be available from Monday 27 June. Customers can reserve books online at Libraries West or request them by contacting the library by phone on 01934 426 020 or email at

Pre-ordered books and audiobooks will be available for collection from the annex in the library grounds (to the left of the front door) on Monday, Tuesday and Friday 9.30am to 12.30pm, 1.30pm to 5pm, and Saturday 9.30am to 1pm. Books won’t be due back until October, but customers can use the returns box to return items.

Library children’s activities, including Story time and Rhymetime will take place on Tuesday mornings and Friday afternoons in St John’s Church Hall next door on Hillside Road. The Summer Reading Challenge will be running as normal and children can join at the annex.

Customers can visit any other library and use their library card including Portishead, Yatton, Nailsea and The Campus. Customers can also get free eBooks and eAudiobooks from home with their library card at Libraries West website.

​​​You can find out more about the Clevedon Library transformation project in our news article.

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