Digital Roadshow in Nailsea

PUBLISHED: 15:02 06 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:32 25 May 2010

THE Digital UK Roadshow will roll into Nailsea tomorrow (Thurs) to teach residents about the TV switchover.

THE Digital UK Roadshow will roll into Nailsea tomorrow (Thurs) to teach residents about the TV switchover.

The roadshow will be at Tesco in Stockway North from 9am-5pm giving TV owners advice and information about the switch from analogue to digital.

The switchover in the West TV region will happen in two stages - on March 24, only BBC Two goes digital and some new BBC digital channels will become available.

On April 7, the remaining analogue channels will switch and more new digital channels will be available.

Visitors to the roadshow tomorrow will be able to find out how older and disabled people can get a TV converted by the Switchover Help Scheme.

They will also be able to ask general or technical questions.

Anyone unable to attend the roadshow can call the Digital UK advice line on 08456 505050 or visit

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