Rotary Club of Hove donates cash to Age UK's computer centre to get more people online (From The Argus)
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Rotary Club of Hove donates cash to Age UK's computer centre to get more people online
2:20pm Monday 29th July 2013 in News
Old hands are being encouraged to learn new tricks at a charity’s refurbished computer centre.
The Rotary Club of Hove has donated £1,000 to Age UK’s computer centre in Prestonville Road, Brighton.
The generous cash donation has been used to buy new computers and other equipment at the centre, which is open from Monday to Thursday from 10am to 1pm.
Anyone over the age of 50 is welcome to learn the basics of using a computer, setting up an email address, surfing online and using social media like Facebook and Twitter to keep in touch with family all over the world.
Staff from Age UK thanked the Rotary Club of Hove for its donation at a session on Monday, July 22.
For more information on attending drop-in classes, call 01273 720603.
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