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Free computer sessions for Droitwich's older people

Droitwich Editorial 3rd Jul, 2014 Updated: 17th Oct, 2016

BOOKINGS are being taken for the next free Tea and Teach session which aims to help Droitwich’s older people become more computer literate and learn more about making the most of the Internet.

The class, organised by the Barclays Bank Digital Eagles and the town’s branch of AgeUK, will be held between 10am and 11.30am on Monday (July 7).

Those who go along will be able to learn how to use email and Skype to keep in touch with friends and family, get their weekly shopping done online and catch up on TV programmes they’ve missed.

All people have to do is take along their own laptop, tablet or smartphone to the sessions at AgeUK which can be accessed by going through the underpass by Droitwich Police Station.

To book a place, call Paula Knight 01905 684707 or AgeUK on 01905 772126.

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