Libraries in Somerset have lots going on and are great places to visit to learn and play. They have lots of activities for children and families. It doesn’t matter how old, or young your are, there’s something for you in a Somerset library – books, films, free public access computers, storytimes, even free Wi-Fi.
Use these links to find out more about some of the things you can do in your local library.
- Find your library
- Library services for children
- Story times and rhyme times
- Computers in libraries
- Wi-Fi in libraries
- Mobile libraries
Join to join in!
Until you join you won’t know what you are missing – and membership is free.
The Somerset Autism Collection is a selection of books and DVDs to help provide support and understanding for people with autism, their families, friends and carers. Find out more.
If you can’t get to a library, you can still contact the library service,
- Phone Libraries Direct on 0300 123 2224
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Library Service provides computer training for beginners, and there are free online training courses for carers in Taunton, West Somerset, South Somerset and Sedgemoor Libraries. Find more information about Computer training.