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IT Support Drop In Any Time

Bring your own device that you need help with or use one of our PC’s.  We can help with a wide range of IT issues such as setting up an email, the best ways to stay in touch with family online, how to access health information and much more. For more details contact any Halton Library.

I.T. Help Club – You Can Do I.T.

Need a bit more help to become confident with your first steps with I.T.?

Drop in sessions available at Halton Lea Library and Widnes Library every Wednesday 10.30-12pm.

Data Gifting

Halton Libraries are working with Good Things Foundation to distribute free SIM cards and mobile data to local people facing digital exclusion. The National Databank scheme is supported by UK mobile networks (Vodafone, O2 and Three) and offers vital connections for anyone cut off from the basic daily activities most, such as contacting loved ones, accessing job interviews, finding essential health or other information online, and digitised public services.

If you are a Halton resident and meet one or more of the eligibility criteria, you can collect a free sim card from Halton Lea Library or Runcorn Library.

Anyone aged over 18 from a low-income household who qualifies in one of the following ways can apply:

  • you have no or insufficient access to the internet at home
  • you have no or insufficient access to the internet away from home

Simply call into Halton Lea Library or Runcorn Library to enquire about the scheme and request your SIM Card.

Digital Skills at Home

Digital Skills At Home – Links to resources to improve your digital skills to help with work, health, communication skills and staying safe online.