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Using library computers and wifi
Using library computers
Library members can use library computers for 1 hour per day for free. After the first hour, you will be charged 50p per 15 minutes. To use a library computer, you must bring your library card. Computer access stops 15 minutes before the library closes. We do not offer wireless printing.
Children under 16
To use library computers, children under 16 must have their library card and must have permission from their parent or guardian. Children under 8 must have a parent or carer with them when using the internet on library computers.
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Using wifi at the library
All Buckinghamshire libraries offer free wifi. On your device, connect to COUNCIL GUEST and follow the on-screen instructions.
Buckinghamshire Council does not accept any responsibility for the availability of wifi, nor any liability for any loss resulting from the non-availability of the wifi service.
Community libraries that offer wifi:
Beacon Villages
Farnham Common
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