We have four Windows 10 desktop PCs for use by the public. The machines are internet-capable and are linked to a scanner and the library printer.
The computers are generally available on a first come, first served basis. They can be very busy at times. If your need to use one is essential we strongly recommend that you ring the library to reserve a computer for a specific date and time.
Library members may use a public computer FREE for 30 minutes each day. Each subsequent 30 minutes costs £1.50.
For non-library members the fee is £2.50 per half hour.
Fees are payable for printing documents: 10p per page for A4 black and white, and 50p per page for A4 colour.
Those 18 years and under in full-time education, jobseekers in receipt of JSA or ESA and those whose use of PCs is severely restricted by a physical or cognitive difficulty may use the public computers FREE for an hour each day. Each subsequent half hour costs £1.
If you’re a regular computer user, you may be able to save money with our range of computer subscriptions. Please ask at the desk.