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Stourport Library are springing into action to offer technophobes across the region an invaluable opportunity to learn the basic skills needed to get the most out of the worldwide web.

Worcestershire County Council is working in partnership with the 'Spring Online' campaign to offer members of the community one-to-one skills sessions which will give them the confidence to go away and make good use of a PC or laptop.

Anne Drage, Worcestershire County Council Library Customer Advisor, said: "The sessions are aimed at those with little or no previous experience of using a computer and will take place between 10-12am on Tuesday the 1st of May and again between 2-4pm on Thursday the 17th of May as part of a nationwide initiative, happening throughout May."

For further information, contact the Worcestershire hub on 01299 822722 or, alternatively, get in touch online by going to www.worcestershire.gov.uk/libraries or e-mailing any queries to stourportlib@worcestershire.gov.uk.

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This page was last reviewed 3 May 2012 at 14:28.
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