Tuesday: 10am to 7.30pm
Thursday: 10am to 1pm, 2pm to 5pm
Friday: 10am to 1pm, 2pm to 5pm
Saturday: 9.30am to 1pm
Bayston Hill library carries a full range of books, talking books and DVDs for all ages. It also has public use computers with free access to the Internet.
A copy of a leaflet outlining the services provided can be read or printed from the link on this page.
For a location map, please follow the link to Localview.
Bookstart Story Time
Monthly on a Friday at 10.30am
Story and rhyme time for toddlers and pre-school children, their parents and carers. A simple craft activity is included in each session.
For a list of dates and information on other Rhyme Time and Story Time in the area follow the link on this page.
Monthly on a Thursday at 2.15pm
Rhymetime is a song and rhyme session for 0 - 3 year olds.
The library is named in honour of one of the best known Shropshire authors, Mary Webb, who lived in the area and used Shropshire as a vivid backdrop to her work.
A large plaque in memory of Mary Webb can be seen on the wall behind the library counter. It was commissioned by The Mary Webb Society and presented to the library in October 1977, the fiftieth anniversary of the author's death. It was engraved on slate by the artist Gerry Powell.
The head was copied from a tinted photograph donated to the society by the late Mrs. Winifred Edge, of Wem, who as a child had been Mary's bridesmaid. Around the portrait are sketches from nature representing scenes from the author's novels.