The Library Service provides access to computers and free Wi-Fi in-branch for all library members.
Our Internet Policy provides an overview of what to expect when you access our in-branch internet services.
All you need to access our free Wi-Fi is your library card. If you don't have a library card yet, you can register online now and collect your card when you call to the library.
If you would like to use our PCs, sessions can be booked in advance or accessed on a drop in basis. Before each session, please register at the main desk with a member of staff. While booking a PC in advance is not essential, it is recommended to avoid disappointment.
Why not make use one of our online resources when you visit? We provide free access to e-Learning with Universal Class, which can help you develop your technology skills, or catch up on the latest magazines, comics or do some research.
Children and the Internet
- Children under 12 are welcome to use the Internet when supervised by an adult.
- Members between the ages of 12 and 17 (inclusive) may use the Internet on their own if a parent/guardian signs a Consent Form, in the presence of library staff. Consent by guarantor may also be agreed on registration.
- Consent Forms and guidelines for children and young people are available in all libraries.