Internet Clubs

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Internet Clubs are groups that meet regularly to help people with any problems they may be experiencing with getting online on laptops, smart phones, tablets, ipads and so on. In South Cambs, they are currently held in Coton, Grantchester and Toft.

This activity is good for wellbeing because

  • groups provide company, biscuits, coffee and lively discussion for people who are on their own or need IT advice;
  • online activities and problems can cause great stress and worry – Internet Clubs help solve problems and ease stress;
  • filling in forms online, such as bus pass and blue badge applications can be tricky – Internet Clubs can help you with this and you’ll be improving your IT skills at the same time.

“I had never used a tablet before coming to Coton Internet Club – now I do emails and listen to my favourite music!”

What to expect

To find out when Internet Club sessions are held, check the website link or use the email address in the contact info.

When you’ve found an Internet Club you’d like to attend, you can just turn up – there’s no need to book. Bring with you any laptop, phone, tablet, ipad that you need help with – anyone who needs help getting things done online is most welcome. Tea, coffee and biscuits are available too.

More information

Coton Internet Club:

There is parking and a bus stop on High Street in Coton just outside the village hall. The hall and grounds are accessible for wheelchairs and there are toilets.

If you’d like to set up an Internet Club for your community you can find out more here.

There is a small charge of £3 to cover hire of hall and refreshments – please bring cash on the day.

How to contact

Where to go

Coton Village Hall
56 High St
Cambridge CB23 7PL

Grantchester Reading Room
1 Vicarage Drive
Cambridge CB3 9NG

Toft People's Hall
School Lane
CB23 2SA

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