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DigiBus heading for Tewkesbury

Free digital learning sessions and workshops will be available on board the DigiBus around Tewkesbury over the next few weeks.

The DigiBus is an accessible converted double-decker bus packed with digital technology, which travels around the county visiting community venues and town centres.

It will head to Churchdown Library on March 3 and 4 and Priors Park Community Church on March 8 and 9, before heading to Winchcombe and Tewkesbury town centre.

An onboard trainer and digital champion volunteers will provide personalised one-to-one sessions, where people can ask questions and be supported to explore the things that matter to them. No question is too small!

Partners will also run workshops in basic computer skills, coding, digital art and more.

You can see the full timetable for the DigiBus here. 

There will be no charge for what the sessions or workshops, but participants will need to book in advance here. 

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