Free computer use and internet access is available across all Durham County Council libraries. You can book a session by visiting or telephoning your local library, or via Library Online. You can use the computer for thirty minutes and stay on for a maximum of two hours if no one else is waiting.
All of our libraries have:
- Specialist screen reading software
- Large keyboard and tracker ball mouse available on request
- Free access to the Ancestry UK website
- Printers and scanners (you will have to pay for each page you print)
Who can use library computers
Anyone can. As long as you are a member of the library, you can use our computers. If you’re not a member, it’s easy and free to join.
Children and young people under the age of 17 must have a signed consent form from their parents/guardians before using the library computers. Parents and guardians are responsible for children using the internet.
For more detailed information about using the computers and internet in our libraries, see our public access internet guidance page.
Please visit the Durham County Council library page for more information about internet access and computers in our libraries.