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Featured eResource of the month: Credo


Featured eResource of the month: Who Else Writes Like

Read all the books by your favourite author and looking for something new to read?  Trying to track down a character or prizewinning authors? Try Who Else Writes Like, a readers’ guide to fiction authors, where you can search for your favourite writer and get some alternative recommendations.

Our libraries provide access to a large number of online research tools - or eResources. Many of these would normally require a subscription payment, but are offered to library members free of charge, all you need is your library card.

The full list of eResources

Business and consumer

  • Growth Hub: gives access to business support services, one to one specialist support, grant funding, training and networking opportunities
  • Find it: The region's new procurement portal from Cheshire's councils and Warrington Council
  • Business journals: UK business titles, including backcopies
  • Business advice and support
  • Which? local: Consumer reviews - only available in Cheshire libraries
  • Which? Online: Consumer reviews - only available in Cheshire libraries

Books and reading

Driving and citizenship

  • Theory Test Pro: the entire DSA question bank, hazard perception clips and an online Highway Code
  • Go Citizen: British citizenship test

Dictionaries, encyclopedias and study

Family history and local studies

  • Ancestry Library edition: Family history resource with access to public records from around the world. Available for use in the library only
  • Cheshire Archives and Local Studies: sharing records and printed material from our historical county
  • Find my past: Family history resource with access to public records from England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Available for use in the library only

Health and welfare

  • Public Information Online: UK Parliamentary and government publications including acts, bills, command papers, daily Hansard, civil service yearbook and a wide range of statistics
  • Health websites: a list of local health resources
  • Jobs and careers: Cheshire West and Chester job search tools
  • Benefits: a guide to what is available and how to claim



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