G-old-en opportunity to learn

PUBLISHED: 15:59 03 August 2007 | UPDATED: 22:58 28 May 2010

Whittlesey and March libraries are offering people aged 50 and over an opportunity to go online for the first time with a series of IT taster courses. The Engage sessions are funded by UK Online and delivered by a partnership consisting of Cambridgeshir

Whittlesey and March libraries are offering people aged 50 and over an opportunity to go online for the first time with a series of IT taster courses.

The 'Engage' sessions are funded by UK Online and delivered by a partnership consisting of Cambridgeshire County Council's Libraries and Adult Services, Age Concern, and Cambridge Housing Society.

The programme is designed to enable people over 50 to make the best use of their existing skills and encourage them to develop new talents at no cost.

It will be run at Whittlesey Library today (2pm). It will then move to March Library on August 13, 20 and September 3 (2-5pm).

To book a place, contact Maggie Brown on 01223 717064 or 07881 856993.


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