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Sutton Coldfield Library

About Sutton Coldfield Library

Residents of Sutton Coldfied once more have access to top class learning and leisure facilities in the newly refurbished Sutton Coldfield Library.
 
The library has a brand new bright and cheerful children's section and a special Once Upon a Time story area. Staff are busy planning a host of exciting activities for all ages.
 
The Library houses both a Reference and Local History section which holds books, maps and photographs relating to the history of Sutton Coldfield. Some material is available in the library whilst some is available by appointment only. Many of the library's photographs have been digitised giving much easier access to the library's collection of photographs. The old Sutton Coldfield Stocks can be viewed in the Local Studies area of the Library.  

Sutton Coldfield High Street

Sutton Coldfield Library Opening Times and Contact Details

Sutton Coldfield Library opening times, contact details, accessibility information, map and directions. 
Sutton Coldfield Library interior - computers

Sutton Coldfield Library Resources

Sutton Coldfield Library has a wide range of books and materials for all ages.
Sutton Coldfield Library interior - soft toy and book

What's On at Sutton Coldfield Library

Find out about events at Sutton Coldfield Library.
Welcome to the the creepy library

Creepy Library Animation Films

Watch the fantastic Creepy Library animated films made by children in Community Libraries across Birmingham.

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Mythical Maze Summer Reading Challenge Illustrations © Sarah McIntyre for The Reading Agency

Summer Activities for Children in Birmingham Libraries

Wed 23 July 2014, 9:00am

West Heath Teenage Reading Group

@barmyaboutbooks at Sutton Coldfield Library

Sat 02 August 2014, 2:15pm

ABC Cinema, Bristol Road opened as Cinerama in 1963 showing How The West Was Won

Birmingham Buildings 1960s - 2000s from the Media Archive for Central England

A new Trail for the Library of Birmingham’s Dozens & Trails app from MACE.