COMPUTER buddies could be just the help you need with free one to one sessions for those aged 50 and over at March Library.
The free offer is part of Cambridgeshire County Council’s drive to provide a range of services for the communities they serve, not just a place to find books.
Buddies will give one to one assistance on basic problems. In the one hour session the tutor will explain and demonstrate basic problems such as how to operate Word, open up and use email and web searching.
Maggie Brown, EngAGE Project Co-ordinator for Cambridgeshire County Council, said: “Computers can sometimes be daunting but we hope our computer buddy will help take away some of the mystery. This is a great and free opportunity for a novice computer user to practice and advance their skills with someone at hand to provide help. Please also feel free to come and tell us what your computer problems are and we will do out best to help solve them if we can.”
For more information contact March Library on 03450455225 or speak to a member of staff whilst there.
The sessions cannot provide technical advice and support relating to people’s equipment at home or give advice on purchases.