It’s the mid-winter school holidays. If you have children or teenagers at home, chances are they will be spending some of their time in front of a screen. In this post we share a few suggestions for websites that might be deemed more productive than social media or videogames. These resources will also be handy during term time, for research and school projects. The following websites include some of our own in-house apps and resources, and some topical third party websites that we like for their engaging and stimulating nature.
Discover places, resources and people who can help you discover your family history, or inspire you to explore the past in which your ancestors lived.
Our Computer Classes are here If you want to feel more confident or learn new skills with your device.
This Saturday, July 14, is the first World Chimpanzee Day. July 14 1960 was the day Dr Jane Goodall arrived at Gombe Stream National Park to study wild chimpanzees.
We have something for the whole family these holidays with Starlight Stories, escape rooms, crafts and the very first Nelson Public Libraries Family Feud!
Have a question about your computer, phone or other device? Just ask us!
We are making some changes to our magazine lending from Monday 2 July. Magazine loan periods will reduce to two weeks in line with DVDs and CDs.