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Get Online drop-in relaunched at new venue

People using laptops and computers at Get Online drop-in

North Bristol’s Advice Centre’s Get Online drop-in will restart from early October 2021 –in a new and bigger venue.

The popular sessions which support people to develop their digital skills and confidence, will be held in the shop-front space at 6 Gainsborough Square, Lockleaze.

Our friendly, fully-trained, volunteers will be on hand to help with everything from the basics –such as setting up an email address– to filling in online forms, claiming Universal Credit, searching for jobs or finding best deals.

You can bring your own laptop, phone or tablet, or use one of ours.

No appointment is needed. Desks will be well-spaced and if we reach capacity, we may have to ask attendees to limit their stay to 1 hour maximum.

The drop-in will run Tuesdays 10.00am – 12.30pm and Wednesday 1.30 pm – 4pm at 6 Gainsborough Square.

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