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Social stories for libraries

We're pleased to announce that Cheshire East libraries now have autism-friendly user guides available to download from each library's web page.

These social stories provide a short guide to the library and what to expect when visiting, to support people with autism, additional needs, or learning difficulties.

Volunteer at your local library this summer!

We are looking for volunteers aged 13 and over who are passionate about books and reading to help run our Summer Reading Challenge over the summer. You’ll be helping to sign up children for the challenge, talking to them about what they have read and encouraging them to complete the challenge. Contact your local library for more information.

Free SIM cards and mobile data

We're working with Good Things Foundation to distribute free SIM cards and mobile data to local people facing digital exclusion through not being able to afford sim cards and mobile data. 

The National Databank scheme is supported by UK mobile networks Vodafone, O2 and Three, and offers vital connections for anyone cut off from the basic daily activities most people take for granted, like contacting loved ones, accessing job interviews, finding essential health or other information online, and digitised public services. 

If you're a Cheshire East resident and meet the eligibility criteria, you can register your interest.

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Page last reviewed: 25 May 2023