Ampfield Village Hall will be able to install superfast broadband and purchase a new laptop for their weekly Computer Café sessions, thanks to a Councillor Community Grant.
The drop-in IT sessions, facilitated by volunteer Sue O'Dowd have been running for the last 18 months alongside the weekly community café at the hall. To date Sue has helped a number of local residents with a range of IT queries from using smart phones, to tablets to setting up emails.
Ampfield and Braishfield ward member, Councillor Martin Hatley said: "I am delighted to be able to present this grant to Ampfield Village Hall. The superfast broadband will also be available for other hall users, which is a great asset to have for the community."
Photo caption: (L to R) Julie Trotter, Secretary of Ampfield Village Hall, and Trevor Easterbrook, Treasurer of Ampfield Village Hall receive the grant from Councillor Martin Hatley while Sue O'Dowd, IT volunteer, shows local resident John Hensman the latest computer programmes.