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Digital Services from the Library

Health and Wellbeing

Connect, Engage, Participate

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Supporting the health and wellbeing of local people and communities through services that inform, engage and connect.


Enrol on a health and wellbeing course

Adult and family learning courses are now being delivered digitally to support health and wellbeing. Courses such as Mind Matters and Tai Chi online are available to book online

Visit our digital library

For a variety of ways to keep your mind active. From reading e-books to researching your family history, we have plenty to support, maintain and improve your health and wellbeing.

Reading Well

Download titles from our Reading Well collection – books endorsed by health professionals and supported by public libraries, helping individuals to understand and manage their health and wellbeing, using self-help reading.

  • Reading Well for Adults – Covering general mental health, dementia and long-term health conditions.
  • Reading well for Young People – Shelf help for young people aged 13-18 years with issues such as bullying, low self-esteem and exam anxiety.
  • Reading Well for Children – Aimed at supporting the health and wellbeing of children aged 7-11 years.

Digital Library

Stay Connected - Join our Digital Readers Groups

Enjoy our events and activities online

Visit our Digital Events page for details of forthcoming events and activities for all age groups.


Additional resources available online


Mental Health

Keeping Fit and Active

General Health & Wellbeing

  • Age UK -  Get information on age-related health conditions, tips and advice on staying fit and healthy, as well as information on dealing with health services and leaving hospital.
  • Alzheimers Society – Leading Dementia charity – Support and guidance for anyone affected by dementia.
  • National Dementia Action Alliance: The alliance of over 100 national organisations across England who connect, share best practice and take action on Dementia
  • NHS Coronavirus (COVID-19): The latest information and advice from the NHS.
  • NHS Live Well: Advice, tips and tools to help you make the right choices about your health and wellbeing.