The Library is in Newton Square
at the bottom end of Luke Street. It provides a range of facilities
- including computer access to the Internet - three times a week. The
library is housed in an old 18th century house - originally built by the Lord of the Manor - it seems it once served as the toll booth for the regular markets and for Bampton Charter Fair.
5th March: The Inaugural Meeting of the Bampton Library & Resource Centre Supporters 7.30 pm at the Community Hall (light refreshments provided) This is when we become a formal body with a Constitution; elect Chairman, Treasurer and Secretary and other members of the Management Committee – Your Vote Counts!; set up small sub-committees for Grant Applications/Building Programme/Local Fund-raising; make decisions about future plans for our Library & Resource Centre – Your Vote Counts!
The photo on the left shows the The Bampton Library and Resource Centre Supporters (LARCS) which took place on 5th March.
25 April 2015 - LARCS Presentation, Vote, Supper - details here
OPEN MEETING to discuss Future of Bampton's Library - 6th Feb. 6.30pm. - info.
The future of our library is under review - find the information here.
The Save Bampton Library Project - download a talk given to Bampton Society - here.
October 2104 - letter to BTC - here
Latest (December 2014) - Bampton Library to become part of Community Pilot Scheme - info here. Report from Mid Devon Gazette (16/12/14) - here
Bampton Library Action Group - Mission Statement (December 2014) - here