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21st Oct, 2021

‘Techno Cafe’ in Ecumenical Centre to offer free advice on technology

A ‘TECHNO Cafe’ has just started at at Redditch’s Ecumenical Centre offering free advice on using tablet and laptop computers.

Organised by Steve Franklin who also runs the Connections Cafe at the centre, it’s open to anyone who needs some help in getting the best out of their tech.

“It’s not a specific course but a drop in so people can come along if they need any help or advice,” said Steve.

The cafe, which has been funded through a community grant donated by Borough Councillor Anthony Lovell (Con, Winyates) runs on a Tuesday from 12noon to 2pm and there’s also free tea and coffee available too.

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