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AgeUK Cheshire

Introductory IT & Tea Session
9th January 2018 1:30 pm
Henbury Church Hall

  • Did you, or someone you know, receive a laptop, iPad or similar for Christmas?
  • Would you/they like to get the most out of it?
  • Why not come along to our friendly, informal, introductory session for anyone who is interested to learn more about using IT?

Lots of people have signed up, but we have room for a few more, if you're quick!

Whether you are a complete beginner, or just want to understand a bit more, you are very welcome to come and join us for a cup of tea and to find out more. If there's enough interest, we plan to run more sessions in future on different topics such as:

  • Shopping online
  • iPads
  • eBay
  • Security
  • Digital Photography
  • Banking
  • Skype
  • Email

The session is free, and it will be run by a small team of Age UK tutors who have lots of experience In helping others to learn! You can bring your own laptop or iPad or other tablet. Spare ones will also be available.

Email editor@henbury.org or call 01625 610059 or 01625 432561.

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