Knockholt Village Centre

Knockholt Books

Knockholt Books is a community library based in the Village Centre, originally set up through Knockholt Help to support the local residents during the first CoronaVirus ‘lockdown’, which began during March 2020. All the books and jigsaw puzzles were generously donated by members of the community. Through a steadily growing collection and continued local support, we found there was a demand for a permanent facility, which is now rather appropriately located in the freshly fitted out Library room. Laura Trott, our MP, formally opened the new village library in October 2020.

With a wide selection of books to choose from, including novels and interest, there is usually something for everyone. We also have books for children and teens , alongside a popular selection of jigsaw puzzles. The service is free to the residents, with no time constraints on the return of items. Financial donations are always appreciated, which we pass onto the Village Centre to help with renovations.

We open Wednesday afternoons from 2.00pm to 4.30pm and Saturday mornings 10.00am to 12.30pm. Our open days and hours are published on the notice boards at the Village Centre, with any updates posted on Grapevine.

To keep the facility relevant and up to date, we hope that residents will continue to generously donate books and puzzles.

If you require more information, please contact Ray Picot on 01959 533024


Support our 200 Club

Please join our 200 Club. This costs just £2 per month (£24 per year) and you may win a cash prize each month. For full details please click here

Knockholt Books

Knockholt Books is up and running at the Village Centre for you to borrow books and puzzles for adults and children. For details, see Knockholt Books under Clubs and Organisations at the top of the page.

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Knockholt Village Centre is administered by Knockholt Village Centre Council (KVCC) as trustees.
KVCC is a registered charity  (No 265789)
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