FREE ONE TO ONE I.T. sessions
Ardingly College IT help Monday Afternoons
Having problems with your phone, laptop or iPad? Then why not come along to our free one to one I.T. sessions on Monday afternoons 4.20 – 5.20pm at Ardingly College during term time.
There will be signage and some reserved parking. No need to book, just turn up. For further information ring 01444 242760.
Hurstpierpoint College IT
Tuesdays during term time, 2.30-3.30pm. Any questions you like, big or small, from turning on your device, to using Skype or looking things up. Bring your laptop, iPad or any other devices you have questions about. The college also has PCs to use if needed. No need to book, just turn up.
Free for over 60’s, and includes tea and biscuits after the session. The next sessions in 2020 are; 7th Jan, 14th Jan, 21st Jan, 28th Jan, 4th Feb, 11th Feb, (no session 18th Feb) 25th Feb, 3rd March, 10th March, 17th March, 24th March.
Free parking at the college, use the College Lane entrance, go to reception and someone will take you to the correct place. For enquiries, please phone 01444 242760, preferably a few days before the session.
Free one to one IT help at the Spire Café, St John’s Church Burgess Hill.
The team continues to help people every Thursday Morning 11.00 -1.00pm. Bring your phone, Laptop or iPad no need to book just come along and help is on hand.
Chailey Repair Café 14th December
Bring your clothing, electrical items, IT devices, bicycles, furniture and household objects to be repaired free of charge;
VE Day 75 Weekend Celebrations 2020
On Friday, the 8th of May 2020, our country will be celebrating 75 years since V E Day. The celebrations will continue for the whole weekend.
MSOPC, with the British Legion in Lindfield, are planning celebrations. On Friday, the 8th of May we will gather at 2pm at the King Edward Hall in Lindfield until 4:30pm, where we will raise a toast at 3pm to celebrate 75 years since Winston Churchill declared World War 2 over. There will be an afternoon tea and entertainment, including singing duo ‘Anything Goes’.
We are also at the planning stage to celebrate on Saturday as well as a service at church on the Sunday. SSAFA – The Armed Forces charity, are suggesting the following:
- The playing of ‘The Battle’s Over’
- The nation toasts the heroes of WW2
- The cry for peace around the world
- Street parties in pubs & other venues
- Services of commemoration and celebration in churches including the reading of the Tribute to the millions and the playing of ‘The Last Post’.
Please keep the weekend free so you can join us.
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