Free wifi coming to N Somerset libraries
North Somerset Council – Bristol’s immediate neighbour to the south – has announced that free wi-fi will be available in almost every library across North Somerset from 1st August.
This will allow library users (not ‘customers’, as stated in your press release, North Somerset! Ed.) to bring their own laptops and other devices into their local library to use the internet.
Wi-fi will be available to everyone by simply visiting any library during opening hours. There will be no need to book and visitors will not need to be a library member to set up an account, although first time users will need to approach a member of the library staff to set up an account.
However, there’s library where this facility won’t be available – the mobile library.
Potential users can find out more details of the scheme and opening times at http://www.n-somerset.gov.uk/mylocallibrary.