Hire our Spaces
We expect our spaces to be available for hire from September 2020 (but this date may change). We’re currently taking expressions of interest. Sign up for our mailing list to be the first to hear.
The meeting room is in the centre of the building. It has its own separate entrance, and can divided from the Activity Room by an acoustic panel (not yet installed)
- £10 per hour
- Seats up to 5
- coffee/tea point
- bookable alone, or with the Activity Room next door
The Activity Room is at the rear of the building. It has its own separate entrance, and can divided from the Meeting Room by an acoustic panel (not yet installed)
- £25 per hour
- Capacity 20
- bookable alone, or with the Meeting Room next door
- suitable for gentle exercise or group activity
The Main Library space is at the front of the building. It has access to the cafe/bar area.
- £50 per hour
- Capacity 75
- suitable for exercise, exhibitions, meetings, performances and celebrations
You can view our calendar to find a space that suits your activity.
Despite the awful drizzly weather, Cricklewooders were out in force yesterday to enjoy the stalls, live music, networking and entertainment on offer at this year's annual Cricklewood Festival. Cricklewood Library had a stall enthusiastically staffed by volunteers...
Come along and have your say at the Brent Culture and Community Libraries Forum this coming weekend. This is your chance to influence what goes on in Brent's libraries, to take part in some free and fun activities, and to meet the organisers from various budding...
Come and join our neighbourhood party on Sunday 5th June, 2016, from 12pm to 7pm. Get to know your neighbours while enjoying great live music, poetry, literature and film, dance sessions, street games, loads of kids activities and more! You’ll also be supporting the new Cricklewood Library, a place for everyone in the community and beyond to learn, share, relax and think. Make sure to be part of it!
Are you getting your teams together for the NW2RA Pub Quiz tomorrow night? Venue is The Crown on the Broadway. Arrive 7.30 for 8pm start. There are loads of great prizes and all proceeds go towards funding the Olive Road Street Party on Sunday 5 June. The Street Party...
If you would like to encourage a friend or neighbour to come along, you can download a flyer for our Carols by Candlelight event on 13 December here.
Join us for a candlelit carol session on Sunday 13 December, 5pm, when we'll be singing carols to raise funds for the library. We'll meet on Olive Road, opposite the library site, and share a cheering cup of Gluhwein and some mince pies. Everyone welcome. Please...
On 4 November, Sally, Sonja and Annie went to Brent Civic Centre for the Brent Community Champions Awards 2015 ceremony, where Sally was presented with an award for her work on saving Cricklewood Library. The Brent Community Champions Awards are held annually by Brent...
Sonja attends the vigil for our lost library with a celebratory recital - it's not all bad news, really! Campaigners held a vigil for Brent’s lost libraries with a spring in their step to celebrate volunteer campaigns to bring them back into use. Source: Torch vigil...
What's your favourite library? From places to go for kindly advice to havens of hush, libraries play a special role in cultural life. With councils up and down the country wielding the axe, Book Week Scotland has launched a campaign to get readers to write love...
The roof of the library building is being dismantled today and the whole demolition process will take around four weeks, assuming no hidden treasure or remains of former regents is discovered. The library was built in 1929, by the community. A new library will be part...