Free Internet Training & Grants for Community Projects


Free ‘Introduction to the Internet’  Workshops   ** We’ll come to your town or village **

 Learn how to send emails, stay safe online, search for information, shop and pay bills online

 Do you know of people in your community – or a group or club – who would like to learn more about using the internet and the benefits of going online?

Would they like to ‘have a go’ at using computers and the internet, with support from a friendly tutor?

We can arrange a course of up to 5 free ‘Introduction to the Internet’ workshops for beginners at a venue in your area that has internet access covering topics such as staying safe online, using Facebook, searching for information, setting-up an email account, shopping online, researching family history – anything your community might find useful.

Or we could run a one-off workshop on any of these topics, maybe to help you promote your community website or Facebook page.

The tutor will bring the computers.

To find out more or to have a chat about what’s available please telephone Jennie Morgan on 01432 260 691 

or email


Go-online@Fastershire Grant                                             ** Apply now **

To support local community groups, parish/town councils, clubs and other not-for-profit organisations in Herefordshire to help their community learn more about the benefits of going online and develop the skills to use the internet safely and effectively.

 Types of projects that could be supported

  • Community or group projects that encourage and help people to use the internet safely and effectively
  • Internet clubs, cafés or ‘drop in’ events to promote the use of the internet and provide support for people to learn how to do so
  • Training volunteers to become local mentors in helping individuals use the internet
  • Providing ‘taster’ or ‘have a go’ sessions on the use of the interneT

Visit for further information and an application form or contact Herefordshire Council’s Delegated Grants team 01432 260 753

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