Please Note: The Computer Advice sessions are currently cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus situation.
Computer Advice during Corona Virus Shutdown
E-Mail Computer Advice
We are offering an E-Mail Computer Advice Service. The e-mail address for this service is email@example.com . Queries can be sent in at any time. They will be dealt with as soon as possible, usually within 24 hours.
Queries should be limited to those connected with Computer Software Problems, i.e. not hardware problems. This includes dealing with smart phone problems, digital photography issues, and especially with digital communication matters.
We do fully understand the government desire that we should strictly adhere to the social exclusion restrictions. It is therefore of vital importance that we can communicate with the outside world. So do please contact us if we can be of any help.
If you have a problem with your computer or you don’t know how to do something on it, and you need some advice, come along. If you have a laptop, tablet or smartphone, bring it along with you. We give personal one-to-one help on usage and problems including email and attachments, processing photos, security, computer networks, social networking etc.
No appointments are needed. But please check availability over holidays periods such as Christmas, Easter and Summer.
For more information (or if you would like to offer any help), please contact Willem Wiechers on 01695 573744 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Computer Advice Centre is situated behind the main rooms of Scout & Guide HQ.
During Computer Advice sassions, the room is reached by walking past the main entrance to another door on the right.
We also sometimes hold Computer Tutorials on specific topics. Everyone is welcome to these too. And offers to run a Tutorial are particularly welcome.
See below for some relevant On-Line Courses.
Some on-line courses for you to try:
Learn My Way – making on-line learning easier.
Free Home and Learn on-line tutorials.
All the courses are aimed at complete beginners, so you don’t need experience to get started.
Open Learn – part of the Open University (offers many free on-line courses on a variety of topics).
FutureLearn – On-line courses offered on a multitude of topics by many universities meant for the general public.