Norfolk libraries provide lifeline during lockdown
Libraries may still be closed but there are lots of online resources available - for all ages and both leisure and learning - to help you get through lockdown and beyond.
There are regular Storytimes, weekly Bounce and Rhyme sessions, reading challenges, heritage podcasts, virtual reading groups, cultural activities and a range of other offers online - for more information visit Library Services.
Online reference subscriptions available from home include Encyclopedia Britannica, Find My Past, Times Digital Archive, Oxford Dictionaries, Oxford Reference Library, and COBRA (Complete Business Reference Advisor). Login requirements may vary between titles.
The Business & IP Centre can answer enquiries by email or for more information visit Support for Businesses
Look in our Healthy Libraries Catalogue to see a range of mood boosting books. You will also find Reading Well booklists and many of the books are available as eBooks and eAudio books.
All borrowed items will be automatically renewed until further notice, and we are asking people to keep library books at home for the time being.
You will not be charged overdue fees, and any existing charges (as of 17 March) will not increase over time. This covers all items, including books, DVDs and music.
If you’re not already a library member, sign up online - you will receive an email that allows you to use on online services and then a library card in the post. If you already have a library card and just need to know your PIN, email us.