Computer and internet access

Using public computers

Library members may have 1 hour free per day on our computers.

  • You must bring your library card to claim this.
  • After the initial free hour, there is a charge of 50p per 15 minutes.
  • Public computer access stops 15 minutes before the library closes.
  • Printing charges
  • We do not currently offer Wi-Fi printing.


Children under 16

  • Must have their library card.
  • Must have permission from their parent or guardian.
  • Under 8s must have a parent or carer with them when using the internet on library computers.


Keeping safe online

Children's Library

Young Adult Library

UK Safer Internet advice and tips for Parents and Carers 

Libraries policy


All libraries offer free Wi-Fi

Using your own device, connect to BCC_GUEST and follow the on-screen instructions. Buckinghamshire County Council does not accept any responsibility for the availability of the wireless internet service, nor any liability for any loss resulting from the non-availability of the Wi-Fi service.


Community libraries who offer Wi-Fi 

  • Beacon Villages
  • Farnham Common
  • Haddenham
  • Wing


Computer Accessibility

All of our public computers have Windows 7 accessibility.

The libraries listed below have a large screen:

  • Amersham
  • Aylesbury
  • Beaconsfield 
  • Buckingham 
  • Burnham 
  • Hazlemere 
  • High Wycombe 
  • Marlow
  • Princes Risborough 
Every library has a large letters keyboard 
Vision impaired people (VIPs) are able to use our computers free of charge.
All staff have had disability awareness training and are happy to help adjust settings.

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