Ledbury library is now open for browsing and computer bookings in the Master’s House. The Library is also still offering Click and Collect and reservation services. Opening times are available on Herefordshire Council website on the Library opening times page
For further information and updates please visit the Library services during coronavirus page on the website.
(PLEASE NOTE that the opening times below may not apply when the Library returns to normal. Refer to the Herefordshire Council website and the link above for latest details.)
The Master’s House is home to Ledbury Library.
Ledbury Library has the following facilities for visitors:
- Free internet access
- Free wi-fi for library members
- Microfilm reader
- Self-service black and white photocopier
- Self-service library kiosk
Ledbury Library is on the ground floor of The Master’s House and is fully accessible for wheelchair users.
Monday: 9.30am to 4.30pm
Tuesday: 9.30am to 6.00pm
Thursday: 9.30am to 4.30pm
Friday: 9.30am to 4.30pm
Saturday: 9.30am to 12.30pm
Contact Ledbury Library
Telephone: 01432 383499
Ledbury Library is owned and managed by Herefordshire Council. For full information about the library’s services and facilities, visit the Ledbury Library page on Herefordshire Council’s website.
Ledbury Library is now home to the Dymock Poets Collection. This collection was kindly donated to the library in 2018 and comprises over 300 books, pamphlets and journals by or about the Dymock Poets; a talented group of young poets and writers who came together briefly in the nearby village of Dymock at the beginning of the First World War. For further information and notes on accessing the Collection, visit the Dymock Poets Collection page on Herefordshire Council’s website.
The Ledbury Library Development Group was set up in 2014 as a user group to support the library. Activities range from organising events and providing user feedback to supporting the work of the library with donations. The LLDG is a member of the Joint Action for Herefordshire Libraries and contributes both to the strategic development of the library service and when necessary, lobbying to defend its existence.