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Age Concern Banstead is an independent charity, based in the North of Surrey. They aim to promote the well being of elderly people. Although their base is in the Day Centre, Banstead they cover a wide area between Banstead in the north and the M25. If you are part of the Reigate and Banstead Council area and live…

Age Concern Bracknell Forest is a local charity which helps older people in the borough and provides support to their families and carers. They are a first point of call for information about support for older people. Visit the Age Concern Bracknell website for more information on the services they offer. Help line: 01344 428074 (Monday-Friday, morning only)…

Age UK Richmond upon Thames is an independent charity working across the borough to improve the quality of life of older people. They offer a wide range of services including a Telephone Helpline, Handyperson and a Housekeeping Service. They also run three social centres in Barnes, Twickenham and Whitton. Visit the Age UK Richmond website for more information…

The Digital Citizen’s Project since September 2011 has been taking the fear out of all things digital for the over-65s in Ash, Epsom and Pirbright; for parents in Sunbury, Sheerwater, Englefield Green, Camberley and Stanwell; for army communities in Sandhurst, Arborfield, Deepcut and Pirbright; for the unemployed in Maybury & Sheerwater, Staines, Stanwell, Camberley and…

Whether you would like to learn a new skill or you are interested in getting back into work, gain a new qualification or improve your career prospects – they offer support and a great range of courses to meet your needs. Join their friendly community, and have fun whilst learning and meeting new people along the…

There are 8 million people in the UK who don’t use the internet, and are missing out on all sorts of benefits and conveniences as a result. UK online centres co-ordinate the network of 3,800 community based UK online centres across England, provide products on the learn my way website, run marketing campaigns, offer training and…

  Local libraries offer skills and support through drop in sessions and groups to develop skills and meet new people. Work Club Knowledgeable volunteers with experience in careers guidance can support you with online job search skills and applications, writing and re-writing your CV, and achieving manageable work related goals. The Work Club is available…

Tech start is a not for profit social enterprise aiming to help the community get online by providing the local community with affordable refurbished computers as well as everything they need to use them. They can: provide internet access at their drop in centre. fix your technology at a very low cost, should it break down. even provide basic IT…