Help to get online

Cambridgeshire County Council’s libraries and adult skills team supports a range of internet groups and computer sessions to help people get online with the help of local digital volunteers.

Learn My Way sessions in Fenland

Chatteris: Vermuyden Room at Chatteris Library every Friday from 12 noon – 2pm. Drop in or call Stephanie Smith on 07879 115904/ Nyree Scott on 07881 837543.

Chatteris: Job Search at King Edward Community Centre every Monday from 9am – 1pm. Drop-in and ask for Mellissa Day Marshall

March: Library Learning Centre sessions on Mondays, Tuesdays and in the Work Club on Thursdays. Call 01354 754764 to make enquiries/ book a place.

Manea: Church Rooms every Wednesday from 11am – 1pm. Call Nyree Scott on 07881 837543 to book a place.

Wimblington: The Anchor Inn every Wednesday 10am – 12 noon. Call Nyree Scott on 07881 837543 or speak to staff at The Anchor Inn on 01354 741940.

Whittlesey: Library Learning Centre sessions every Tuesday/Wednesday from 10am – 12 noon. Drop-in and ask for David Howe or leave contact details at Library Main desk to be called back.

Wisbech: Library Learning Centre every Wednesday from 10am – 2.30 pm. Call Stephanie Smith on 07879 115904/ Nyree Scott on 07881 837543 to book a place.

Wisbech: Tesco Community Room every Monday from 10am – 12 noon. Learners can also bring their own laptops/tablet devices. Call Stephanie Smith on 07879 115904/ Nyree Scott on 07881 837543.

Cambridgeshire Libraries

Library Computer buddies offer one-hour free sessions to help people aged over 50 with basic/beginner IT/Computer skills, led by skilled volunteer tutors and flexible to suit your computer skills needs.

You can also try the online Digital Unite guides to help with basic computer skills before booking a free buddying session.

Ask at your local library or call 0345 054 5200 to find out more.

Library Try Before You Buy events run across the county allowing library visitors to test drive eBook readers for free provided by local retailers. You can also learn about the fantastic selection of eBooks, eAudio books, eMagazines and eNewspapers available.

The next event is on Thursday 23 October, 10am – 12pm at Central Library, Cambridge.

Ask at your local library or call 0345 054 5200 to find out more.

Making Money Count offers practical support to people living in Fenland to manage their money. This includes help getting online and feeling confident on the internet.

People living social housing can get free training and computer equipment on loan for Laptop Learners and Tablet Learner one-to-one training sessions.

Anyone living in Fenland can also get help and advice from Money Mate volunteers from the Rural Cambs Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) at CAB drop-ins and on the New Horizons bus which tours venues across Fenland every week.

For more information, contact 0800 111 64447 (from a landline), or 0300 333 6557 (from a mobile), or email makingmoneycount@circle.org.uk