Fulbourn Village Library
On 27 September 2017
Local Author, George Culling, will be
talking about his third book 'Tales of Lancasters and Other Aircraft'.
George has his own tales to tell as well as those collected from his wartime colleagues.
Join us and be transported into the cockpit of a wartime aircraft where almost anything can go wrong, and does!
Further details to be advertised.
This guide is available to borrow from the Library or you can click on the picture to download the content.
What our customers have said about us
A wonderful volunteer effort! Libraries should be an essential part of communities - just like this one.
This is the nicest place in the village!
Thank you for such excellent service!
Summer Reading Challenge 2017
15th July to 9th September
Animal Agents, illustrated by Tony Ross, will be the theme this year.
Halina will be visiting local schools to give you the details of this year's exciting challenge. Children can sign up from Saturday 15th July.
Good Luck everyone, we look forward to seeing you.
If you are 6 years old or under and love stories, please join us for STORYTIME on the 3rd Saturday of every month from 10.30 am - 11.00 am
On 10 May 2017
Fulbourn Parish Council congratulated the library volunteers for their continued hard work making this community facility such an asset to the village.
Dates For Your Diary
Book Sale and coffee morning
5 August 2017
10.00 am - 12.00 noon
New books added every month.
Children's books 30p each, 4 for £1
Paperbacks 50p, Hardbacks £1
We also have some collectable books, competitively priced.
19 August 2017
10.30 am - 11.00 am
George Culling Wednesday
27 September 2017
David Gilbertson Wednesday
8 November 2017
If we do not have the book you want, you can request it from Cambridgeshire Libraries.
From 13th June 2016 there is a charge of £1 per book for adult borrowers. Reservations for borrowers under 18 years remain free of charge.
Or, if you don't mind waiting a little longer, you can request it from Suffolk Libraries. This will incur a charge of £2 per book for all borrowers.