From 1 May 2018, we will be introducing a £1 hourly charge for computer access after an initial 30 minutes free.
This will help prevent people from monopolising limited facilities in our libraries and will allow us to make sure everyone has fair access to computers, as well as generate income to be reinvested in our book stock.
Everyone will be able to use computers for free for the first 30 minutes. Children up to the age of 18 and Jobseekers will be able to continue using computers free of charge at all times. Additional websites for government and council services (such as universal credit, child benefit applications, etc.) will remain free to browse.
Charging for computer access is one of the proposals agreed by the County Council in February to transform libraries, putting them at the heart of the Council’s delivery in local communities and offering more services under one roof.
Please talk to a member of staff if you have any questions about getting online.
Further changes being introduced by Cambridgeshire Library Services can be found by Click Here