The techy teas are run by Rosa Parker from Community Connections. CatBytes assisted with volunteering and provided the internet connection. This was acheived using a combination of Mifis purchased using the funding provided for the event, and also the huge data allowance that comes with my tablet. In the end the tether I provided through this was sufficient for the most of the attendees at the event. Bego stands for "Bellingham Golden Oldies". And the event followed their step aerobics class in Bellingham Leisure centre. We were hugely helped by a group of students from Sedgehill School who came down to buddy the elderly students.
By Damian Griffiths at 8 Oct 2015, 15:41 PM