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Manor Farm Library

Bury Street, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 7SU

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Opening times  
Monday-Thursday9am to 8pm
Friday9am to 5.30pm
Saturday9am to 5pm
Closed on Bank Holidays

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Manor Farm library Facilities

Book a PC

  • This library is housed in a Grade II listed building and is part of the historic Manor Farm site. 
  • Assisted facilities available including fully accessible PCs - Supernova (screen reader and magnifier) software, large screen, easy-to-use keyboard
  • Free Wi-Fi for visitors aged 15 and over - ask staff for more details
  • There is a designated area to plug in your own devices in the study area on the first floor
  • Free Online Reference Library - includes One Click Digital eBooks and eAudiobooks, Zinio digital magazines, a wide range of encyclopedias and reference resources to help you with your homework (Britannica, Credo Reference) or research (Oxford University Press, Ancestry) and many more.
  • A quick reference section
  • Photocopying facilities
  • Study areas
  • Newspapers / magazines
  • Fax Machine
  • Reading Glasses for sale
  • Hearing aid batteries

Books, talking books, DVDs and promotions

  • Fiction books arranged in collections of romance, crime, science fiction & fantasy, and general fiction.
  • Graphic novels and Manga collection for adults and teenagers
  • Non-fiction books arranged in subject categories
  • Large print and talking books, including the new Playaway format
  • DVDs
  • CDs (please ask staff if you wish to browse the collection)
  • Fiction and non-fiction books available in the following languages: Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Polish, Urdu and novels in French, German, Italian and Spanish
  • Audiovisual resources in community languages also available here - Asian Bollywood films and Health DVDs
  • Language courses
  • Themed book promotions and What's Hot top five bestsellers
  • Reading groups
  • Hillingdon Local Studies, Archives and Museum Service Collection (main collection based at Central Library, Uxbridge)

For children

  • Tots n' Tales: songs, rhymes, stories and crafts for under 5s, every Monday 10.30am to 11.30am
  • Tiny Tunes: songs, rhymes and stories for babies and toddlers, every Wednesday 10.30am to 11am
  • Storybooks and information books suitable for ages 0-13
  • Graphic novels and Manga collection for children
  • Story CDs 
  • 2 child friendly PCs with e-Information resources; great for homework help
  • Children's DVDs   

Access and assisted facilities

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There is ramped access suitable for wheelchairs.

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Automatic entrance doors.

level

lift

The main part of the library is on two levels and has a wheelchair lift for access to Reference, Local Studies, and some non-fiction sections.

There is a lift suitable for wheelchairs for access to the upper and lower ground floors.  

  • Ground floor: fiction, large print and talking books, DVDs, popular non-fiction, Reference, study tables, catalogue PC and fully accessible PC.
  • First floor: non-fiction, public PCs and a scanner PC, Apple iMacs, study tables, newspapers and magazines.
  • Lower Ground: children's fiction and non-fiction, DVDs and talking books, child-friendly PCs.

dog

Registered assistance dogs are welcome.

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There is an accessible toilet facility available.

baby change facilities

There are baby change facilities available.

parking

There is a public car park within 100 metres with marked bays for disabled users.

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