Whether you are looking for a great read, help with coursework or advice on what to do after your GCSEs, we can help. And don't forget: all Cambridgeshire Libraries have PCs you can use for free. You simply need a library card and PIN to log on.

What’s in your local library for young people

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  • Find great fiction, Manga, graphic novels, and CDs.
  • Making Space 4 Teens at Huntingdon Library: our new social group for young adults aged 11 – 16, focused on video gaming sessions. Become a member of the group for a chance to challenge your friends on our PlayStation 4s or Wii and have fun at your local library. For more details, please ask at Huntingdon Library.
  • Through our online resources you can access dictionaries, encyclopaedias and business information to help with homework and coursework, all on websites you can trust.
    Remember: never give out personal details and don't believe everything you read on the Internet! For some really useful advice on staying safe online take a look at Think U Know and Chatdanger.
  • Revision guides are shelved with the adult books on particular subjects. There's a wide range of non-fiction books and popular biographies and leisure interest titles.
  • We take on volunteers aged 12-15 in the summer term to help with our annual Summer Reading Challenge. Ask at your local library for details.

Your school will give you advice on what to do after your GCSEs. There are also some really useful websites you can check out for yourself:

  • Youthoria is the Youth Support Service (formerly Connexions) website for young people in Cambridgeshire. Here you'll find information and advice, entertainment and activities.
  • UCAS Progress is the website for 14-19 year olds to find courses and training in Cambridgeshire.

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