Biblio’s Café

About Biblio's Café 

Biblio's Café is a community run café and is part of Harbury Village Library. Like the library it is managed and staffed entirely by volunteers. 

Biblio's was opened in 2012 with the purpose of funding the newly independent village library. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of the team and our fantastic customers, Biblio’s continues to exceed expectations and has become a valued meeting place in the heart of Harbury.

We aim to provide an excellent service for all our visitors and will continually strive to improve.

All baked goods are produced by our talented team of volunteer bakers who use Fairtrade, organic or local ingredients wherever possible.

Biblio's has an Allergen Policy and provides a range of ‘free from’ baked goods (please ask a member of the team for details). We also offer oat milk and milk free “butter”.

We hope that you enjoy your visit to the Library and Café.

Current Service

We welcome customers to join us in the Café for our normal range of drinks, cakes and baked goods, served at your table. We offer a takeaway service inside the building. Please check on our Opening Hours as these change from time to time.

We have 7 tables including 2 tables for 5 people. We also have 4 high chairs. The Café is accessible to people with disabilities, including wheelchair users.

All the tables can be booked using the following email: Tables will be reserved for these customers. If you have not booked a slot you are welcome to come into the Café as we will keep two tables, each session, for customers who have not booked.

How the service works

Customers for the Café will enter the building via the front door. They will make their way to the café counter where their order will be taken and payment made in cash or by card. A table will be allocated by a member of the Café team. 

Customers are asked not to move any of the furniture but to ask a member of the Café team to do it for them.