Sunningdale Container Library is no more but the library has moved into the pavilion, Broomhall Recreation Ground , Friday Saturday and Sunday.

01628 796555
0303 123 0035 24-hour renewal line
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We have over 100 scheduled stops.

•Books including large print, talking books on CDs and tapes, for free.
•We visit residential homes, sheltered housing, selected roads.
•We can visit nurseries or primary schools, by prior arrangement.
•Steps can be converted to a lift for ease of access.
•Induction loops to provide hearing assistance.

Tel: 01628 796314
Mobile: 07766 366719 (mobile not answered when vehicle in motion)
Renewals: 0303 123 0035 24-hour renewal line.


10am-1pm & 2pm-7pm









  • Bringing the Library Service to people’s doorsteps

     Did you know our Select and Deliver/Home Library Service brings the library to the doorsteps of residents and communities who aren't able to get to the library themselves?

    Readers simply reserve their books over the phone, via email or online. These are then selected from the shelves by library staff and delivered conveniently to doorsteps by dedicated local library volunteers. The books are later collected and returned by the volunteers.

    Select and Deliver is aimed at residents who cannot access a static library, owing to disability/illness, or because they are full-time carers, or do not have personal means of transportation. Apply online or call 01628 796969 or email

     Could you volunteer?

     The Library Service is always seeking further friendly volunteers to get involved and we are very grateful for the support. You will be able to volunteer flexibly so that it fits with other commitments while getting the satisfaction of meeting new people and making a difference by helping to improve someone’s quality of life. To apply to volunteer, please email

       Discover us and…


  • Borrow books (printed and spoken word), DVDs and CDs
  • Items can be reserved
  • Download free eBooks & Audiobooks from home
  • Computers with Internet access; you can print & photocopy
  • Online resources; free websites, local/family history & eResources
  • Search, reserve & renew items online
  • Induction loops for the hearing-impaired
  • Wheelchair access & lift
  • Join us - we have volunteering opportunities at Sunningdale

Anyone interested in volunteering is invited to contact, visit or call 01628 796247.


Ascot Mobile Library


Nell Gwyn Avenue, Sunninghill: 9am - 9.20am
Castleman House, Sunninghill*: 9.30am - 9.55am
Clarefield Court, Sunningdale: 10.15am - 10.55am
Dormy House, Ridgemont Road, Sunningdale: 11am - 11.15am
Meridian Court, South Ascot*: 11.25am - midday
Crownhill Court, South Ascot: 12.10pm - 12.30pm
Cheapside Preschool: 2pm - 2.35pm
Ranald Court, North Ascot: 2.45pm - 3.05pm


New non-static library consultation by RBWM

A new library, the borough’s fourteenth, is being consulted on and residents’ opinions are needed on where the mobile or container option should go.

The plans could see a non-static service point that is able bring additional services and staff from the borough’s libraries directly to areas that do not have them for up to seven days a week.

A consultation is now running until Sunday 10 September, offering residents the chance to give feedback about where they would want access, what opening hours would be most suitable and what other services would be useful to include.

At a time when many other councils are closing libraries or reducing opening hours the Royal Borough is creating more and investing in these well-used services.

Cllr Samantha Rayner, cabinet member for culture and communities, said: “We want to hear from residents how they would benefit most from access to a new mobile or container library.

“Our libraries have an important place in the heart of our communities, especially now that our library and resident service team are available to help in person, seven days a week, at the three service hubs in Ascot, Maidenhead and Windsor.

“This new mobile service will help increase access to our libraries by bringing the books, services and friendly staff to our residents’ communities.”

Three possible locations to be served by the new service have been identified as having demand and residents are being asked whether they would like to see an extended mobile or container library service at Bray/Holyport, Furze Platt or Sunningdale.

For more information or to respond to the consultation see or pick up a printed copy of the consultation and hand in your response forms to any borough library.

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