As part of the People's Network we have more than 150 computers available for public use in all Richmond Borough libraries.
Free Wi-Fi is available at every library.
Key features of the network are:
You may use computers on our public network for a maximum of 2 hours per day - this is a borough-wide limit.
You are allowed up to four sessions per day and the maximum session length is one hour.
Library members can log in to any of the public computers in Richmond Borough libraries by using their Richmond Card and their 4-digit PIN. If you are not yet a library member you can still use a PC but you will need to speak to a member of staff about obtaining temporary membership.
To manage the demand for our public PCs we have a reservations system. Computer sessions can be booked in advance by:
All sessions may be reserved up to seven days in advance with a maximum of four advance bookings at any one time.
Free filtered Wi-Fi is available in all Richmond upon Thames libraries. Just ask for the password when next you visit a library.
Our Children’s Wi-Fi network is open to anyone with a London Grid for Learning (LGfL) Unified Sign On (USO). USOs are issued by individual schools on the LGfL network to their pupils, staff, parents and governors. Using a USO in our libraries will pick up the filtering in use by the home institution.
Updated: 8 September 2016