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IT Buddy

Do you want to learn about going On-Line?

Do you need help in using your computer/tablet?

Do you just want to talk to a friendly Tarvin resident about why you need to consider how to go online?

Cheshire West and Chester Libraries have the answer — IT Buddy

IT Buddy(s) are local volunteers who have experience of going online and problem solving and anything to do with the internet, and use that experience to give you confidence to join the Internet Revolution

On 9th April Tarvin Library is offering FREE one-to-one sessions with an IT Buddy from 2-4pm in the Edna Rose room of Tarvin Community Centre. Book Your Session Next time you go to the library

Similar sessions have already been arranged for 14th May and 11th June, so if you cannot get along on the 9th maybe I will see you at the other events.

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