Your digital hub

Our libraries provide a digital hub for the community, whether you need to connect to the internet, charge your device, use a computer or learn new digital skills.

Library @ the Lightbox offers state-of-the-art technology, including interactive screens, a 55-inch interactive table and virtual reality experiences.

Want to learn how to code, print in 3D, or take part in a digital story time? Find out what's happening in branch by taking a look at our activities and events. 

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Free WiFi

You can access the internet at all of our libraries by connecting your smartphone, tablet or laptop to our free WiFi.

Need help connecting? Just ask.

You can also use our tablets to get online in Library @ the Lightbox.

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Use a computer

Library members can use our PCs to get online or use office applications. If you don't have your library card or aren't a member you'll need some ID showing your name.

PCs can be used for two hours; you need to book a slot in advance to use one either online or by calling (01226) 773555.

Please note, only one person can use a PC at a time and use of our PCs closes 15 minutes before the library closes.

Book a PC

Printing and scanning

You can print documents in black and white or colour at all of our libraries free of charge.

Every library also has free-to-use scanning and photocopying facilities available.

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Code club

Code club is for children aged 5 to 11 to learn and improve their coding skills in a supportive environment, even if they've never done it before. The group share ideas and skills between themselves and improve their coding abilities through projects and activities.

We're also part of the national Code Club network - providing children with the opportunity to get involved with coding at all levels.

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Learn basic IT skills

If you've never used a computer or tablet before, or are looking to improve basic IT skills, we can help you to learn.

Our basic IT courses guide you through e-learning modules on Learn My Way, including using a keyboard, using the internet, and online shopping. Working at your own pace, we're on hand to answer any questions you have.

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eBooks and digital resources

There's a range of digital resources our library members can use for free.

You can borrow titles from our collection of eBooks and eAudio, as well as download new and back-issues of popular magazines and newspapers.

You can also access online reference collections and other digital resources. This includes two video streaming services, various family history archives and a platform for revising for your driving theory test.

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Mobile data for people in data poverty

We're working with Good Things Foundation to distribute free SIMs and mobile data to local people living in data poverty, as part of the National Databank scheme.

Get help with access to mobile data