Fullwell Cross Library
CUSTOMER NOTICE: Fullwell Cross Library opening hours are Monday-Friday 10am-5pm and Saturday 10am-4pm
For customers and staff safety, we have put some changes in place. Please read our guidance notes before visiting as we will be operating reduced services.
From Monday 24 August, public computers and printing will be available at Fullwell Cross Library. Please call to book in advance.
All smaller libraries are currently closed until further notice. We are working to make them safe and ready. We don’t have a timescale for when they will reopen but will keep you updated.
A fines amnesty is in place which means that there will be no charges for overdue materials for the time being and books will be automatically renewed. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
You can still access our virtual library and download ebooks, eaudio books and more to your device with your library card. Find out more about digital resources.
Still have questions for our libraries team? Get in touch on 020 8708 2414. Lines open 10am-5pm.
Vision RCL has compiled a list of activities to keep you entertained while staying at home, for more information see Do More at Home. For all temporary library contact numbers and updates on services please check COVID-19 Impact on Services.
Fullwell Cross Library recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. The library was opened on 20 March 1968 by Field Marshal Sir Gerald Templer, the Lieutenant of Greater London. The building has a distinctive circular shape with a raised dome roof studded with 16-sided huge clerestory windows and finished in green copper. It is a Grade II listed building and was designed by the renowned modernist architect, Sir Fredrick Gibberd.