Macclesfield Library

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Macclesfield Library
Jordangate
Macclesfield
Cheshire
SK10 1EE

Phone: 01625 374000
Email:  libraries@cheshireeast.gov.uk

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Macclesfield Library

Libraries closed across Cheshire East

Cheshire East Council took the decision to close all libraries, including the mobile library, from Monday 23rd March, to protect visitors and staff from the risk of Covid-19/Coronavirus. Libraries could not guarantee maintaining a safe service for staff and visitors within the buildings, alongside the need for everyone to follow social distancing safety guidelines. The closure will be reviewed regularly.

Any library member who has items on loan will not receive any penalty charges, and all items will be automatically renewed until libraries re-open. We will continue to offer a range of online services that can be accessed by visiting our homepage

Opening hours

Please note, the Customer Service enquiry desk and the People's Network public computers close down 15 minutes before the library closing time.

Macclesfield Library Opening Hours
DayOpening Hours
Monday 09:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 19:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 13:00
Sunday Closed

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Parking at Macclesfield Library

The only approach to the library by car is via the Hibel Road end of Jordangate. Macclesfield has a number of public car parks, but the most convenient is Jordangate Multi-Storey Car Park which is at the traffic lights on the corner of Hibel Road and Jordangate. A short stay car park (up to 30 minutes) can be found behind the Town Hall on Brunswick Street.

Disabled parking

Limited disabled parking can be found at the side of the library, next to the Post Office’s sorting Office, and also just past the library, near the Town Hall.

Macclesfield Library online

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What's New?

Ancestry tutorial series

Are you researching your family history? Cheshire East library members can currently use the temporary at home access to Ancestry Library Edition to trace their family tree online. Cate will show you how in these short video tutorials:

lc history monthLocal and Community History Month

Did you know that you can search tithe maps online? If you're researching the history of your house, this is an invaluable resource as it allows you to trace the ownership and/or tenantship of each parcel of land in Cheshire from the early 1800s. If your house was not built before c1850 you can still find out what the land your house is on was used for and who owned it.

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Activities at Macclesfield Library

All activities cancelled until further notice


Other organisations in this library

All activities cancelled until further notice

Online Enquiry Service

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