Higham Hill Library


Opening hours

Monday - 10am to 6pm
Tuesday - closed
Wednesday - closed
Thursday - 10am to 6pm
Friday - 10am to 6pm
Saturday - 10am to 4pm
Sunday - closed


Higham Hill Library
North Countess Road
E17 5HS

Disabled access guide for Higham Hill Library

Joining and using the library

If you’re new to the library or an existing member, you can use the Waltham Forest Libraries website to:

Higham Hill Library offers the following free services and facilities for members:

  • books: print titles, eBooks and eAudiobooks available for loan or download
  • newspapers and magazines: latest editions available to read in the library
  • computers: PCs with Microsoft Office software and internet access
  • online courses: access a range of free learning material, including language lessons, driving theory test preparation, and computing skills lessons
  • public toilet (wheelchair accessible) and baby change facility

Library members can also access the following 'paid for' services with their library card:

  • printing and photocopying
  • fax machine

Visit the Waltham Forest Libraries website for more information on the above services. Alternatively, give us a call or visit us in person.


  • Digital drop-in, 10.30am-11.30am
    Library membership/card required.


  • Stories and Rhymes (term time only)
    First session 10.15am-11am
    Second session 11.15am-12pm.


  • First Friday Book Club, first Friday of every month. 1.30pm-3pm
    Adults reading group.
  • Stay and Play toy session, 10.45am - 11.30am
    Stay and Play toy session every Friday (term time only) for pre-school children.


  • Monthly Craft Club, 2pm-3pm, fourth Saturday of the month
    For children aged 5-11 years.
  • Monthly Origami club, 2pm-3pmSecond Saturday of the month
    For children aged 7 plus.

Max 30 people per session.

For further details and availability for any specific event, get in touch or ask a member of library staff.

The library also hosts a series of special events and seasonal activities throughout the year. To find out more and book tickets, visit the Waltham Forest Libraries website.