Bessbrook Library


 Library Contact


Branch Manager\Contact:
Ann Morgan
22 Church Road
BT35 7AQ
t:028 3083 0424
f:028 3083 0424
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 Opening Hours


Opening hours for Bessbrook Library
Monday:Closed on Monday
Tuesday:1:00pm - 8:00pm
Wednesday:10:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday:Closed on Thursday
Friday:10:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday:11:00am - 3:00pm
Sunday:Closed on Sunday


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 Library Events - please contact your library about events during school holidays as some events are term time only.

Event TitleDetailsStart DateEnd DateTime
Rhythm and Rhyme
The second Saturday of every month.

Rhythm and Rhyme is an exciting free programme to introduce children aged 0 - 4 years to the wonder of rhymes, songs and stories in the library.

Rhythm and Rhyme is a great opportunity for children to have fun and learn in a relaxed venue while giving parents and carers the chance to socialise.​

Ann Morgan
t: 028 3083 0424
08/09/2018 11:30am
The first Tuesday of every month.

Children age 4 – 8 years, are invited to come along to enjoy free stories in the library.

Ann Morgan
t: 028 3083 0424
04/09/2018 6:30pm
Beat the Winter Blues with Light Therapy
​Bessbrook Library will host a Lightbox during the autumn and winter months to give people the chance to top up on daylight despite the shortening of the days.

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) or the Winter Blues, is officially recognised by doctors and psychiatrists as a medical condition that is thought to affect 2 million people in the UK and Ireland and over 12 million people across Northern Europe. As a direct consequence of various environmental and lifestyle factors, more people than ever before are suffering from this condition, which can result in a variety of common symptoms associated with ‘winter blues’- lethargy, anxiety, lack of interest and a general feeling of depression.

Lightboxes work by simulating sunlight and exposure to more light can help ensure we really do have a constant, stable, sleeping-waking rhythm, improving the quality of our sleep and making us more alert when we're awake, which helps us to function more effectively. 

The Lightbox will be free for anyone to use.

Ann Morgan
t: 028 3083 0424
03/09/2018 During normal opening hours