Formed in 1998, the Friends of West Hampstead Library (FoWHL) is a community organisation consisting of around 400 library users – mostly local residents but also people who work in West Hampstead or are passing through.
Our main aim is to ensure that, at a time of deep cuts in council budgets, the library remains open, and continues to provide the level of core services that library users need and want, and which local residents fund through their council tax.
Like the library itself, membership of FoWHL is free. To become a FoWHL member and receive notice of all future events, or to send an email, click here
If you are not on email, keep an eye on the FoWHL noticeboard (by the lift, inside the library). Or follow us on @FoWHLNW6
It's the First Monday of the Month so it must be... FoWHL FM
FAREWELL NICKY – FoWHL's WRITER IN RESIDENCE
Nicky Lambert, FoWHL's third Writer in Residence, has just completed her one year term. Thanks Nicky for all your wisdom, wit and enthusiasm.
If you would like to serve as WiRES for 2020, please get in touch.
To read Nicky's monthly offering, click here.
Our next event
FoWHL Rhyme Time sessions
FoWHL sponsors a series of Story and Rhyme Time sessions in the Children’s Library, every Wednesday during term times from 11.30 - 12.00, led by the super talented Tyan Archer.
Meet Libby – and start reading
Did you know that as well as thousands of books, journal, CDs and DVDs, West Hampstead Library now has a selection of e-books and audiobooks available for you, at no charge?
All you need is a Camden Libraries ticket, and an app called Libby.
Once you have signed in as a West Hampstead Library user, you can download the books instantly, using whichever device suits you best.
Click here to learn more
And when you have tried it, please let us know how you got on, and what you think.