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Ward Library
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Ward library address
Ward Library, Peel
Opening Times:

Mon - Wed
Fri - Sat

10am - 12noon & 1 - 5:30pm
10am - 12noon & 1 - 5:30pm

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Internet at the Library
The Library has two desktop computers for public use. Computer use is free for the first 30 minutes.
The library also offers a Wi-Fi connection for your own laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
>> Terms of use

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How to find us:
Peel library is near the bottom of Castle Street, at the back of the Leece Museum

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Did You Know?
The library has over 15,000 books in its collection
We have a large collection of audio books and large print books for the visually impaired
The library can help with homework projects and general enquiries
The Internet is available at the library and you do not have to be a member to use it
You can borrow up to four books at any one time
We have a newspaper reading room with local and national papers
The Library has regular sales of surplus stock at very reasonable prices
You don't need to join to use our large collection of Manx reference books

Centenary celebrations
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Latest books in stock
A selection of new books in stock:

Mr Mercedes - Stephen King
The Blood of Eden Trilogy - Julie Kagawa
Judges - Andrea Camilleri
I Don't Know Why She Bothers - Daisy Waugh
Love In A Headscarf - Shelina Zahra Janmohamed
A Liverpool Legacy - Anne Baker
Killing of Angels - Kate Rhodes
The Truth about the Harry Quebert Affair - Joel Dicker
The Eighty Dollar Champion - Elizabeth Letts
The Skin Collector - Jeffery Deaver
Helsinki Blood - James Thompson
Camilla Lackberg – Buried Angels
Peter Lovesey – The Stone Wife
Edward Marston – Ticket to Oblivion
James Patterson – Confessions, The Private School Murders
Maureen Lee - The Seven Streets of Liverpool
Belinda Bauer - Facts of Life and Death
Emma Hannigan – Perfect Wives
Liz Trenow – The Forgotten Seamstress
Pam Weaver – There’s Always Tomorrow
Rosie Goodwin – A Mother’s Shame


We The Peoples - Kofi Annan

Patrick Bishop – The Reckoning
Sew Your Own Wardrobe – The Great British Sewing Bee (BBC)


Prom - Laurie Halse Anderson
Knightmare /  Life Stinks - Peter Bentley
Knightmare /  Feast Fight - Peter Bentley
Robert Muchamore –  Cherub – Black Friday
Charlie Higson – The Fallen
Eoin Colfer – Warp
Spooks / Mistake - J Delaney
Spooks / Curse - J Delaney
Hive - Mark Walden

The Ward Library offers Library users of all ages a varied collection of fiction, non-fiction and audio books. 

You do not have to be a member of the Ward Library in order to use it. However if you would like to borrow any items, you will need to join.
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Centenary celebrations
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arrow See also news of the Centenary and read about the history of Peel library

Ward library news

We now have a page on Facebook "The Ward Library" where we keep you up to date on what's been going on and any future events. Hopefully in the next week we will also launch our monthly newsletter.

Gemma Quilliam
Librarian, Gemma Quilliam

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