We are very grateful to recent and past sponsors:
The Exchange who provide and service the Lydden Room.
Dorset Partnership for Older People Programme (POPP) who helped fund startup equipment and some new technology equipment in 2014.
Microsoft UK who’s community scheme enabled all our equipment to be updated to latest versions of Windows and Microsoft Office in 2010 and via the Technology Trust again in 2013 and 2016.
Sturminster Cheese Festival who funded our Sage software in 2011 enabling us to teach Sage accounting and improve employment prospects of our “graduates”.
Sturminster Newton Town Council who provided a new computer in 2015.
Hall & Woodhouse -
Lloyds Bank (via Good Things Foundation) -
Sturminster Newton Community Orchestra -
Unfortunately it is not possible for the centre to acquire a full range of netbooks, tablets (we have one Android and two Apple tablets), pods and Smart Phones and their different operating systems and versions.
The manufactures believe that they have made their devices so easy to use that most people do not need a manual and no user guide is included.
If you bring your own device we can usually help but it can also be useful to discover that there are manuals and video user guides on the internet. HERE are links to user guides and some sample Youtube videos.
Get details of the monthly Technology Tips in the town’s Unity magazine …and more click here
Try one1thing on the Internet you used to do manually
Extended opening on 15th and 17th to 7:30pm
On Line Banking Seminars 2:30pm both days.
Halloween roller coaster rides 31 October 3:30-
Free ebooks and magazines.
We can show you how to install and use Library apps for free Ebooks and free audio books.
We can help you start to use the NHS web site and local BlackmoreVale Practice website
|Tablet etc User Guides|