New GoOnline Sessions Announced!

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Opal Services has just announced the new dates for GoOnline sessions at Tarvin Community Centre.

Opal Services are part of Rural Community Services in Cheshire and provide free help to anyone in the community who wants to "Get OnLine."

If you are thinking about buying a computer, tablet or smart phone to be able to go online, to save your photos, email your friends, or Skype your relations, then these sessions are perfect for you and will provide you with many useful tips and advice.

All the sessions are free, you just need to arrive at 10.00am in the Edna Rose room and volunteers will be on hand to help you.

For further information please contact the organiser Jean Toyn Tel: 07563156220 or by email jean.toyn@opalservices.org.uk

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