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Raynes Park Library Service

Raynes Park Library offers DVDs, books, large print and talking books for hire; reference books; photocopying, scanning, fax and printing facilities; study space; public computer terminals with free internet access; hall hire; information service and leaflets; newspapers and magazines; community noticeboards; toilets and baby changing facilities and a range of events including children's activities.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Karren McCarthy
Contact Position
Library Manager
0333 370 4700
Raynes Park Library


Approach Road
Raynes Park
SW20 8BA

Time / Date Details

When is it on
9.30-19.00 weekdays, 09.30-17.00 Saturday
Session Information

Other Details


Referral required

Local Offer


Merton's Sensory Libraries 

As part of project sense  all of Merton’s children’s libraries now have a unique theme (see below) with sensory equipment and specialist SEND book stock, specially adapted toys and equipment that can be borrowed.

Experience all the seasons and the changing weather in one place at Rayne’s Park Library’s seasonal sensory suite. Look out for kites, hot air balloons, sensory ceiling and our rainbow crawl through tunnel.  

All of our staff have been trained in disability and autism awareness, visual and hearing impairment training. We have dark dens, ear defenders, sunflowers lanyards all of which can be borrowed during a visit to the library. We can help tailor your visit to the library and if a child has sensory overload needs, we can reduce lighting, remove equipment, provide dark dens and do whatever is required to assist with your visit. We can also inform you of our quieter times or arrange for you to visit the library in the morning and have exclusive use before the library is open to the general public at 9.30am.

Free regular SEND events at Raynes park Library

1st Saturday of the month - SEND Sensory Library Time, 9am - 9.30am. For children of all ages.

2nd Saturday of the month - SEND Multi-sports, 9am - 10am. For children aged 5-8

Merton's Sensory Libraries
Last updated: 10/02/2020
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