A community project to encourage new and inexperienced users to use the internet. Craft workshops operate alongside the computer training. We have a small cafe serving hot drinks, biscuits and cakes. The project is located at the Mandeville Hall, Kimbolton. Opening times are Mondays and Fridays from 10am to 12.30pm
An Internet Cafe with a difference
The computer access is free and we train you
Why not arrange to meet up with friends or just come in for a hot drink and a chat
Bytes Community Cafe was established in early 2012 to deliver basic computer training in conjunction with the UK Online Centres.
Why not come and join us for a free internet taster session. We'll get you online and show you how much the internet could do for you. It doesn't matter if you've never touched a computer before - our friendly team will be on hand to help. We are open to all local residents.
Whether you're looking to research local history or find information on The Queen's Engagements, you can find everything you need online.
If you're not online, you could be missing out. The internet could open up a whole new world for you..
You can even bring your own laptop and we can show you how to run the courses on it.
We are a registered online centre providing basic training for inexperienced computer users. Courses available include:
Using a keyboard
Using a mouse
Using the Internet safely
Using online searches
SHORT COURSES TO TRY
Having mastered the basic training you can try the following courses.
Understanding Public Services
Job Hunting Online
Jobs & Interviews
Facebook & Socialising Online
Using a Mobile phone
On Friday mornings a range of crafts will be available to try out - currently we have a small group learning to crochet.
We have a range of games available including Chess, Draughts, Scrabble and Playing Cards.
We also have a book exchange and jigsaw puzzles