Burnham residents log on at BAY centre

PUBLISHED: 17:00 28 October 2010

Visitors Mervyn and Sheila Lilly with volunteer Iris Minchin and Cllr Jane Moreton

Visitors Mervyn and Sheila Lilly with volunteer Iris Minchin and Cllr Jane Moreton

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BURNHAM’S BAY centre saw 
double the amount of normal 
visitors on Friday as dozens of people enjoyed ‘their first click on the internet’.

Centre volunteers were kept busy throughout the day after the doors opened at 10am, with visitors hoping to learn more about using computers and the internet as part of UK Online Day.

Jane Moreton, Chairman of Sedgemoor District Council, said: “The BAY centre UK Online centre volunteers were working hard 
helping visitors with their first click on the internet.”

Co-ordinator Mike Lang said: “We were full to capacity all day, but managed to give most of our clients a useful start to on-line working.”


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