The library provides:
- borrowing and browsing
- computer access
- loanable storysacks
- loanable dementia bags
- reading group loans
- hearing aid batteries
How to get here
The library is located just off main street adjacent to CVS offices.
On street parking for up to 2 hours adjacent to the library.
There's a bus every 20 minutes to Workington.
Trains to Carlisle and Barrow and all stops in between.
Log in to your library account
Here you can search the catalogue, view your library account and renew items.
If you're not a member, you can apply for a library membership.
A list of activities at this library.
BAPS: breastfeeding support group
BAPS is a breastfeeding support group of trained peer supporters from all walks of life who are all passionate about breastfeeding and ready to help you feel empowered and confident in your breastfeeding, offering 1:1 support or just a friendly ear
When: Every Thursday 10am to 11am
Craft and chat
A friendly craft club.
When: Every Wednesday 1.30pm to 5pm
Join us for some fun and competitive board gaming. Drop-in anytime. Suitable for all ages.
When: Every Thursday all day
Lego themed fun for children over 5. This is an unsupervised activity so parents and carers need to stay and join in with the construction work.
When: Every Saturday 10 to 11:30am
Piece and quiet
Join us for a morning of putting jigsaws together. Drop-in anytime. Suitable for all ages.
When: Every Friday all day
Colour yourself to calm. Join us every Monday for the soothing art of colouring.
When: Every Monday 3pm to 4.30pm
Health and wellbeing coach drop-in
Support and guidance from a Cumberland Council Health and Wellbeing Coach.
When: Wednesday 1pm to 3pm
Health and wellbeing support
This library provides:
- Macmillan cancer drop-in and cancer awareness - this is through the Macmillan Cancer information Project
- dementia resource bags - these are aimed for use at home with individuals or family members affected by dementia to promote reminiscence or discussions
Books that can help with your health and wellbeing
Books can be recommended by GPs or other health professionals from the relevant Reading Well list.
Reading Well collections available at Maryport library:
- Reading Well for mental health
- Reading Well for dementia
The books can be borrowed and requested free of charge.
This building has disabled access.
Monday: 9.30am to 5pm
Tuesday: 9.30am to 12.30pm, 1pm to 5pm
Wednesday: 9.30am to 12.30pm, 1pm to 5pm
Thursday: 9.30am to 5pm
Friday: 9.30am to 5pm
Saturday: 9.30am to 12.30pm