The Earl Stonham Computer Club

The Computer Club is open to everyone who uses or wants to learn how to use computers. We have a number of experienced users who regularly attend meetings and are able to provide help and advice but the meetings are also a social affair with everyone usually learning something new.

If you are completely new to computers, you can come along and try out different machines to see which may be the best for you. We can also provide individual help on using PCs, iPads, etc. as well as having talks on special topics including photo scanning and computer security. If you tell us what you would like to learn, we can cover it.

Meetings are held on whatever day they can be fitted, starting at 7pm in the Club Room at the Village Hall.

Each session is £3.00 - includes a glass of wine and nibbles.

Computer Club meetings are no longer held on a regular day each month. Each meeting is arranged to suit availability.

Whenever time allows, meetings will be announced on the web site and via email. The next two are on 11th June and 10th July. For more information, please send an email to recorder@btinternet.com

Meetings will still be held in the Club Room at the Village Hall from 7.00pm.

Best wishes
Deb

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