The Stanley Middleburgh library was established in 1995 by Sheila Middleburgh in memory of her late husband, Dr Stanley Middleburgh. The library has expanded from a small bookcase to a purpose built bookcase lined room that contains over 1900 books and periodicals on a wide range of topics from Israel to Jewish History, from novels to biographies. There are books suitable for all ages, from toddler to adult. The library also has a collection of over 300 videos and DVDs on a variety of topics for both young and old. All members of the community are welcome to come and browse through our collection. The library is also a valuable resource for students, teachers and academics researching Judaism.
The library has recently been reorganised and sorted into categories to make it easier to locate the book that you require.
If you have any books or videos of Jewish interest which you would like to donate to the library, or if you would like to sponsor the purchase of books or videos please contact Rabbi Pink
Sunday Morning 9.15 am -10.45 am, Thursday Morning 10.30 a.m. – 2.00 p.m. Other times by appointment