This rich and hugely exciting on-line resource, packed with the nation’s published memory and historical detail over the last 300 years, is now free to access at the East Riding Archives, Treasure House and any East Riding Library. With this additional resource anyone can access and search through millions of digital newspaper articles from local and regional papers dating back to 1700.
From Saturday 1st July 2017 some of our Libraries and Multi Service Centres will have new opening times. For more information please click the link below that will open a new window.
This part of the library catalogue supports our Learning Offer and Information Offer. East Riding of Yorkshire library members can enjoy the benefits of free access to up to date and reliable information from some of the world's most trusted resources.
You can access nearly all of these resources when libraries are closed from home or when you are on the move.
Public librarians have brought together some of their preferred and trusted websites for health and wellbeing, money, benefits, work and more to help you find the information or services that you need.
The Information4living - East Riding of Yorkshire website links directly to local information in the region as well as key national sources.
Full free access to the Which? Local website is only available within East Riding libraries. Just speak to any member of staff and they will log you in.
Which? Local brings together thousands of recommendations from Which? members across the UK.
With over 140,000 local business reviews, Which? Local helps you to make informed decisions about the businesses you use. Click the image above or click here to find out more.
The Ancestry library edition website provides information on researching your family tree, Census Records, pictures, Birth, Marriage and Death records, and much more.
Full free access to Ancestry library edition is only available within East Riding Libraries.
Trace your ancestry and build a family tree by researching extensive birth records, census data, obituaries and more with findmypast
Click here to open a printable document on How to Search the Yorkshire Collection