Research, Work and Learn New Skills At Midleton Library

By Seamus Whelehan


Midleton Library holds the necessary skills and knowledge to transition from unemployment to employment and for entrepreneurs to grow their business.

Through the “Work Matters” programme the Midleton service offers support to new business and job seekers.

Users of the new service are provided with a dedicated office space enabling them to access a series of free resources and printing facilities.

Under the new programme job seekers are provided with information and the skills to help them get back into the work place.

The provision of the free hot desk service also assists start-up companies wishing to grow their business by supplying, free workspace that perfectly fits the requirements for the digital age.

Head Librarian Anne-Marie Kenneally says “the scheme offers participants many possibilities from compiling C.V’s, needing an office space for purposes like book keeping or developing work related programmes such as menus or maybe meet housing.”

Library membership is necessary to take part in the programme.

It is currently free to enrol in your local library with just photograph ID and a recent utility bill the only requirements to join.