Bury St Edmunds Library now has free wi-fi available for all of its customers and is offering a free online music service.
The library in Sergeants Walk, off St Andrew’s Street North, went live last week and is now able to offer Freegal, a live streaming service Suffolk Libraries launched in November.
It offers access to an online catalogue of more than three million tracks, with customers able to download three free MP3 tracks a week and play up to three hours of music online every day.
The new streaming facility is advert free and can be accessed on computers, smart phones and tablet devices.
All you need is your Suffolk Libraries card number, accessible via the eLibrary section of www.suffolklibraries.co.uk
Suffolk Libraries are one of only a handful of library services in the UK to provide access to Freegal, so called because it is completely free and legal.