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BS3 Tech and Talk

There are three locations in BS3 for these free events: Tobacco Factory, Mezzaluna and the Rising Sun. You can bring along your own technology or borrow an iPad or laptop.

To find out more, call 0117 9231039.

Beehive Centre in Whitehall

The Beehive Centre runs a weekly internet café, where people can learn how to make the most of their own tech items, use social media, Skype etc. There are also some laptops and tablets to use if people don’t bring their own. There is a small charge.

To find out more, call 0117 9354471.

Bristol Adult Learning

These courses may be more for those who want to develop existing IT skills, and there is a charge, but if you want to find out more see the booklet in your local library, or call 0117 9038844. Adult Education courses are normally held in the Stoke Lodge Centre and St Paul’s Learning Centre.

To find out more, call 0117 9038844.

North Bristol Advice Centre

Get Online, GainSpace, Gainsborough Square, Lockleaze, BS7 9XA

Free IT drop-in sessions on Tuesday 10:00 – 12:30 and Wednesday 1:30 – 4:00 hrs

To find out more, call 01179515751 or email


Pop into your local library, or call them, and talk to a member of staff about what they have to offer. This should include a straightforward online course which includes how to use a computer and online basics.

The central library telephone number is 0117 9037250.

LinkAge Network

Find out more about IT support and advice that is on offer around Bristol. This includes social and computer get togethers at two venues in Bedminster/Southville, and IT advice sessions in St George’s Library on Tuesday mornings. LinkAge are based in the Park Centre in Knowle,

To find out more, call 0117 3533042.

St Werburghs Community Centre

if you live in the area, try St Werburghs ‘Easy PC’ course, which are free computer lessons for beginners. There are group and 121 sessions.

To find out more, call 0117 9551351.

Well Aware

Able to advise you on any IT support available near you, which may be in libraries.

To find out more, call 0808 808 5252 (freephone) or 0117 9585522.

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