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Rooms to hire in libraries

Surrey to reopen libraries from 6 July

Surrey County Council plans to start gradually reopening libraries across the county from 6 July, in line with Government guidance. The first libraries to reopen will be Camberley, Dorking, Egham, Epsom, Farnham, Godalming, Guildford, Horley, Oxted, Redhill, Staines, Weybridge and Woking.

We're working hard to start reopening services in other libraries and further updates will be posted on our Coronavirus information page, including information about what services will be available, which services are paused, and safety measures.

Which libraries have rooms for hire?

Rooms are available at the following libraries, arranged by borough or district. For more information, click on the library name.

Elmbridge

  • Walton - two rooms, capacity 20 people and smaller room capacity 6 people.
  • Weybridge - lecture hall, capacity 80 people.

Epsom and Ewell

  • Epsom - one room, capacity 5 people.
  • Ewell Court - one room, capacity 10–12 people.
  • Stoneleigh - one room, capacity 12–20 people.

Guildford

  • Guildford - three rooms, one with a capacity of 15-20 people, one with capacity of 6 people and the third with capacity of 15.

Mole Valley

Reigate and Banstead

  • Banstead - one room, capacity 15–18 people.
  • Horley - two rooms, one with capacity of 8 people, the other with a capacity of 6 people.
  • Redhill - one room, capacity 8 people.

Runnymede

  • New Haw - two rooms, capacity 15 people and second unfurnished room.

Spelthorne

  • Staines - one room, capacity 25 people.
  • Stanwell - one room, capacity 4 - 6 people.

Surrey Heath

Tandridge

  • Lingfield - one room, capacity 12 people.
  • Oxted - one room, capacity 40–50 people.
  • Warlingham - one room, capacity 20 people.

Waverley

  • Bramley - one room, capacity 24 people.
  • Farnham - one room, capacity 30 people.
  • Godalming - two rooms, capacity 15 people (viewing essential as room has no doors) and smaller room capacity 6 people.

Woking


How do I hire a room?

Contact the library for full details about the room and to confirm the price and availability. We will be happy to answer any questions that you have at this stage.

To make a booking please contact the library service.

For some rooms, you will need to collect a set of keys from the library. We will arrange a time for you to collect keys when you place your booking.

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