Welcome to
Farnham Common
Community Library

Farnham Common has a small Community Library, close to the village centre, incorporating a Children's Centre.

In October 2011 Farnham Common became one of the first libraries within Buckinghamshire to transition to Community Library status, where all library services are organised and run by unpaid local volunteers. 

New opening times:  Since becoming a Community Library we now stay open until 19.00 on Tuesdays and are open all day on Fridays.  You can click here for our opening times.

Our Community Library is a Registered Charity, Number 1153026

Looking for a book or magazine?
Click the Library Catalogue to search for and reserve books in the Buckinghamshire Library system and in many other libraries in the South East of England

Click Login to go to your personal Library Account and renew your loans or borrow e-Books and e-Magazines

Would you like to help us?   
We need more Volunteers!

If you would like to contribute to the future success of FCCL please consider becoming a Volunteer.
You can also support us financially with a modest annual subscription or a donation to become a Friend of FCCL

   Planned Library events in 2017:

    October 28th       “An Evening with Johnny Ball”
                                                              (Village Hall)

    November 22nd    Xmas at Waddesdon Manor 
                                                              (by coach)     
    December 6th       John Rutter Xmas Concert
                                         (bookings from 1st August) 
    December 16th     FCCL Christmas Supper 
                                    (bookings from 1st September) 

   Many more events are now being planned!
   Look for further details and Booking Forms in the Library.

  Get reminders before your books are due   
  Library Elf tells you when your book loans are almost due
  for return and when reservations can be collected. 
  You can register all your family's library cards on one
            Sign up for Library Elf

Read our latest news:
      Click for the FCCL Autumn 2017 Newsletter

   If you would like to receive our free Newsletter by 
   email just send a request via the Contact Us link.

   Any suggestions?
   If you have any comments or suggestions about 
   information on this webpage or how we might extend our
   library services in the community please get in touch via 
   the Contact Us page (see the link in the left side panel).

Children's Activities
On Thursday mornings 10.30 – 11.00  there are Rhymes, Songs and Stories for pre-schoolers.

During school holiday periods there are Art and Craft projects on Tuesdays and Thursdays 10.am – 12.15pm and 1.20pm – 3.35pm.

This year the holiday projects are:
    Autumn half-termtheme of “The Snow Queen”

Sign up in the library for a place. The projects have a £1 entry charge per child to cover the cost of materials.

Need help with computers or using the Internet?
FCCL runs monthly IT Clinic sessions to assist library members in Farnham Common and nearby areas to overcome problems using computers or the Internet.  The sessions are held on Fridays, they are free and must be booked in advance in the library. 

The clinic sessions are for specific IT problems; for those who want more extended training to improve their IT knowledge and skills there is an excellent government-sponsored web site called "Learn My Way".  

More information here: LearnMyWay

Members of Bucks Libraries are welcome to use the free Public Access PCs in our library to use LearnMyWay, to experience and learn about the Internet and to discover the free online services we have available (for example, you can research your Family Tree).

FCCL is now on Facebook   
Visit our Facebook page for more information about Library
activities for all ages and leave messages and suggestions:

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