Library staff can at any time suspend the facility of a customer they suspect of failing to comply with these terms. Customers breaking the terms of this agreement may have their access to library computers removed for a set period or indefinitely. Many libraries have ‘Quick Search’ PCs, which give access to key online resources and information without requiring readers to log on. They can be used for internet searches and browsing, including the SOLO library catalogue. If you choose to undertake online financial transactions over the internet by credit or debit cards, you do so entirely at your own risk.
If you would like to give us feedback on our website, please complete this short online form. The Council cannot be held responsible for any loss of data, damage or liability which may occur from the use of a library’s computer. We cannot take responsibility for the content, and although filtering takes place, material which some people may find offensive could be accessed, even accidentally. Should they do this, they are breaking the law and can be prosecuted by TV licensing.
This keeps a history of what content cards are clicked on when using the ready reckoner. To remember your settings, for example your language and location. This means you don’t have to keep entering these details when you visit a new page. From coding to knitting – learn a new skill or practise an old one.
There are printing and scanning facilities in all libraries with a small chargefor anything that you want to print. Some libraries can put you in touch with an IT buddy – a library volunteer who can provide you with support in using computers. Please see the page about your library and contact them for further information.