I.T. Facilities


Public Computers and Wi-Fi

Free public access Wi-Fi and public computers are in all libraries for use. The internet and word processing are available. Most libraries have a PC with an enhanced screen, scanner and software which makes computers accessible to those with a visual impairment. Use of PCs are free for one hour. Customers can pay £1.00 per hour after. Visitors in receipt of the following benefits are entitled to use I.T. facilities for free.

  • Carers allowance
  • Child tax credit
  • Employment & support allowance
  • Housing benefit
  • Income support
  • Job Seekers Allowance
  • Pension credit
  • Working tax credit


Printing and photocopying

Printing and photocopying is available at all libraries. Visitors can print directly from the PC with a credit or debit card by finding the name of the library in the printer list and following the on-screen payment instructions.


Printing is also capable through the app, Princh, downloadable on Apple & Android smart devices. You can enjoy the benefits of easy printing from your digital device. Staff will be pleased to assist you in using these machines, or feel free to watch any of these helpful instructional videos. Please make yourself familiar with the printing costs.


Computer Classes

Do you (or someone you know) need help using computer programs or setting up video calls? FREE Computer Classes are available in Sutton Libraries. Quick and simple, lasting 3 weeks - 1 hour per week. Come to any or all of the four subjects:

  • Basics of a Computer

  • Office Programs

  • Using the Internet

  • Social Media and Emails

Book by phone (0208 770 4798) or email ([email protected]) giving full name, email address & your desired subject. Go from starter to stable with Computer Classes.



Are you working with us to deliver I.T. support?

Mobile Data Registration: Sutton Council's Cultural Services are working towards providing free mobile data, texts and calls to Sutton residents on low income, benefits or with low access to the internet. This scheme is courtesy of the Good Things Foundation. If you are a partner with us in this scheme, please complete the google form linked here.


Gifting Devices Reporting: Sutton Council's Cultural Services are gifting devices to Sutton residents on low income, benefits or with low access to the internet via a structured process through partnered organisations. This scheme has been made possible by Good Things Foundation, LexisNexis and various partner organisations across the borough. If you are a partner organisation, please supply your reporting data by completing the google form linked here.