e-Newspapers

The Northamptonshire Libraries e-newspaper service is provided through Pressreader and is available to both full and virtual members.

You can apply for a virtual library membership online or visit your local library to become a full member.​

  • ​Free instant same day access to thousands of newspapers and magazines worldwide, including UK national daily and weekend titles through Pressreader. 
  • Read online anywhere 24/7 on computers, tablets and all other mobile devices.

​Log-in through a browser
To log-in go to Pressreader:

  • Click on sign-in
  • Choose library card option
  • Search for Northamptonshire Libraries in the search box
  • Enter your library card number (with preceding D before the number) and 4 digit PIN number

To keep free access, sign-out and sign-in again every 3 days.

Log-in through the app

  • Download the Pressreader app 
  • Click on sign-in
  • Choose library card option
  • Search for Northamptonshire Libraries in the search box
  • Enter your library card number (with preceding D before the number) and 4 digit PIN number

To keep free access, sign-out and sign-in again every 3 days.

Help
For help with technical matters email:

   answersplus@firstforwellbeing.co.uk

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