Libraries NI is inviting people in later life, who are interested in learning about the internet and other technology, to take part in this year’s Age NI’s Itea and Biscuits week which will be held from 17th - 23rd September in Northern Ireland libraries.
Itea and Biscuits Week is an annual campaign, managed and delivered by Age UK and supported by Age NI. It aims to introduce IT to some of the 5.4 million people, age 65 and over, across the UK, who have never been online. With 60 enjoyable events being held in 34 libraries across Northern Ireland, people are invited to take part in Itea and Biscuits 2012.
Local events include Itea and Biscuits at Ballymoney Library on Tuesday, September 18 from 2.30pm to 3.30pm (hour session), contact 028 2766 3589 and Got It at Ballycastle Library on Monday, September 17 from 10am to 4pm (one hour per session), contact 028 276 2566.
For details of all events and libraries taking part in Itea and Biscuits week, call into your local library for information or go to www.librariesni.org.uk