We are currently unable to provide printing services at Chadwell library. We are working to restore the service and apologise for any inconvenience.
Online at your library
Computers and the internet are free to use in all of our libraries for up to 2 hours each day.
Book a library computer
You must book in advance if you wish to use a library computer. You can do this either online, below, or by phoning the library no more than one day in advance.
Using library computers
You can use library computers to get onto the internet, send emails, view websites, or create documents and spreadsheets. You can also:
- order and renew library items
- access e-books and e-audio
- read newspapers and magazines
- prepare for UK tests
- research your family history
Use of public computers is free, but there are charges for printing and photocopying. Computers switch off 15 minutes before libraries close for lunch and at the end of the day – check our opening times.
Help with computers
Our library staff can help you with your applications on the internet. For example, you can get, help with bus pass applications, help with online housing applications and help with online job applications.
Learn about computers
We offer a wide range of computer sessions either online or in your local library. Go to learning at your library to find out what's on offer.
Using your own device
If you prefer to use your own device, such as a smartphone, laptop or tablet computer, you can access the internet by connecting to library wi-fi.