Welcome to Low Fell Library! Our library is run and managed entirely by volunteers. We are a community library and offer a range of services from wide selection of books, public computers and photocopying to a range of community events we host on site. Our friendly staff look forward to seeing you soon...
Rhyme Time News
We are pleased to have been able to relax the restrictions and limits on the number of places however, to be sure of a place we encourage you to continue to book on-line. Also there is now an extra session hosted on Friday mornings beginning at 10 am. Alyson and Ruth will lead the singing.
We are currently looking for new volunteers to help with the running of the library. In particular we need people to staff our Friday afternoon shift between 1pm and 5pm but there are many other opportunities. For details please get in touch by email, phone or just drop in and have a word with some of our staff.
We have a new noticeboard outside where you can keep up-to-date. We will continue to advertise our upcoming events and services online through the website and via email but we hope to be more accessible for those who are unable to receive our digital marketing - please keep your eyes peeled!
Latest New Books
We also have a range of new books recently purchased by our volunteers - please come in and browse!
New toys at
Normal Opening Hours
We will closed for the May bank holiday on the 30th of April and the 2nd of May and for the Jubilee bank holiday 2nd, 3rd and 4th of June.
In our most recent newsletter we mistakenly advertised membership of the Dickens Fellowship as £20/year. It should be £30 - apologies for the inconvenience. Ed.
You can also borrow books electronically via Gateshead Library's Borrow Box scheme
- follow the link for more details.
The digital collection gives you 24 hour access to thousands of e-books and hundreds of e-audiobooks. It's available to all Gateshead library members.
Low Fell Library have 3 PCs for library members aged eight years and over and it's free to use our computers. Services include:
computers with internet access and Microsoft Office
printing (a small charge applies), photocopying and scanning
News and upcoming events
In the Light of Morning by Tim Pears
Eileen enjoyed this book, which can be found on the shelves, or reserved at, Low Fell Library.
May 1944. High above the mountains of occupied Slovenia an aeroplane drops three British parachutists; brash MP Major Jack Farwell, radio operator Sid Dixon, and young academic Lieutenant Tom Freedman. Greeted upon arrival by a group of Partisans, the men are led off into the countryside.
Despite the distant crackle of gunfire, the war feels a long way off for Tom. The Partisans, too, are not what he was expecting. He finds them courageous, kind, and alluring, especially Jovan, their commander, and the hauntingly beautiful Marija.
As the enemy's net begins to tighten, the group find evidence of massacres, of a dark and terrible band of men pursuing them. As they stumble their way towards a final, tragic battle, so the relationships within the group begin to fray and Tom finds himself forced to face up to his deepest, most secret desires.