Library opening hours: Monday 2-7pm, Closed Tuesday, Wednesday 2-5pm, Thursday 10-12 and 2-5, Friday closed all day, Saturday 10-1.

Mountsorrel Lane, Rothley LE7 7PS

 0116 237 6162

You can phone to renew books! 

What's on?

Film Talk, with Tim Neath. Sons and Lovers, directed by Kim Russell. Monday, 27 March 7-8.30.

Chess club: Thursday 30 March, 2-5. Beginners, or come along for a game. Bring a set if you can. 

Film Club Friday April 21.  A street cat named Bob, with Luke Treadaway, Bob the Cat, Ruta Gedmintas (2016, 12A).  2pm, The Rothley Centre. OAPS £4.50, Others £5.

Computer Support Digital Champions: 6 and 20 April, 10-12.With Age UK. 

Storytime for Under 5s: Tuesday 6 and Friday 21 April. 9.30-10.15am.  

Library Nights: Monday 3 April, 7-8pm. Mountsorrel based artist Helen Rhodes will be sharing her story about her life and career as an artist over the last 20 years. There will be an opportunity to buy some of her work. 

Thursday 6 April 7-8pm   Poetry collection launches: This Dust, by Maxine Linnell, and Night Rider by Marilyn Ricci, published by Soundswrite Press.

Would you like to volunteer at the library? We're looking for more people to join our team! Contact us here.

Based on the international best selling book. The true feel good story of how James Bowen, a busker and recovering drug addict, had his life transformed when he met a stray ginger cat.

Our aim is to offer more to people coming to the library - and to bring more people in to use the resources and enjoy being there.  If you haven't visited yet - come and see us!

We might not have wanted the change, but Leicestershire County Council has offered Rothley village a chance to keep the library open, and local people have taken up that offer. The council no longer pays for library staff, so if we had done nothing the library would have closed. But  with the support of the county council, the library will go on doing everything it does now - free book loans to adults and children, computer use, wireless facilities and lots more.  Council funding will continue for the first two years, then will tail off over the next five. 

You can join us

The library is a Registered Charity, 1163508, and is supported by the Parish Council. We're grateful for the help of the Co-op, the Harry Hames Trust, and the WEA of helping us improve the resources at the library and keep it open. There's still room for more people to take part - we need lots of support, and you can join the group as a member. To see what's happening day-to-day, you can like our Facebook page.

You can also download our app, to have instant access to the Facebook page and the website:

All our activities are run by volunteers.

Contact us now!