You can browse all of the digital resources but if you want to get access to them you need to join us and become a member of this money saving club. It's simple to do
You can now listen to your favourite audiobook via your Sonos speaker. Find out more: Libby now available on Sonos
You can borrow e-books and e-audiobooks to read or listen to them online immediately on your computer or mobile device using a web browser such as Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari or Internet Explorer.
To read or listen to your borrowed items offline at any time you need to download them first. You can do that via the app on a tablet, smartphone, e-reader or computer.
Enjoy free access to the world’s largest online newspaper service, where you can browse and read thousands of newspapers and magazines. It contains more than 7,000 publications from over 120 countries in over 60 languages and it's free to Library Members. This can be accessed on any device from home or in Libraries.
Normally you can stream up to 5 hours of music per day. This has been increased to 24 hours per day during current restrictions.
Each week you can make 5 downloads. A song counts as 1 download and a music video counts as 2 downloads. For example, this means that you could download 5 songs or, 2 videos and 1 song.
Your weekly limit is reset every Monday so you can add more music each week.
Access online reference and learning resources including biographies, dictionaries, and family history.