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Glanworth Branch Library

Public Library history in Glanworth dates from 1912 when a library association was formed. The library was built in 1923 from money collected by the community.

In 1963, the Glanworth Branch Library joined the new Middlesex County library system.

Although the library looks much the same as it did originally, today we also provides computer applications to satisfy the needs of its patrons, children’s crafts and summer reading program.

Historical Facts about Glanworth Branch

May 10, 1912 The Glanworth Library Association is formed by Eunice Mary (Meadows) Dawson and Mrs. Robert Fisher.

July 28, 1912 Glanworth Public Library is established with Eunice Dawson as the first librarian.

1923 The Glanworth Library, built with community funds, opens.

1963 The Glanworth Library joins the new Middlesex County Library system.

January 1, 1993 With annexation, the Library acquires its fourteenth and fifteenth branch libraries - Glanworth and Lambeth.


Click HERE for a complete chronological history of London Public Library.

Glanworth Branch Profile (PDF)


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At the Library

Glanworth Branch Library Collection

Adult / General



Each location has a materials return chute that is open when the library is closed except Cherryhill and Sherwood (chutes available during mall hours).

Library Services

In addition to lending, reference, reader's advisory and community referral services, we offer computer workstations with access to the Internet as well as software and electronic resources. Learn how to reserve a computer before your visit.