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Lodsworth Computer Club

Lodsworth Computer Club

Our new club at Lodsworth is starting on the 26th September 2013 and is running monthly every fourth Thursday of the month, from 1pm – 4pm.

For more information and to book a place please contact the office on 01243 840305 or email: admin@vaac.org.uk

Rogate Computer Club

The monthly computer club held in Rogate Village Hall on the second Thursday of every month from 1pm tp 4pm is going well and proving very beneficial to the attendees.

Ideal for beginners wishing to learn how to use the internet safely, set up an email account and understand computers a little better.

For more information and to book a place please contact the office on 01243 840305 or email: admin@vaac.org.uk

Marisa and Michael Rowan very gallantly set up a stall at the October Street Fair in Harting to raise funds for the Rogate Computer Club.

The Harting Parish News indicates that: “for 742 years the citizens of Harting have held a Fair in the (High) Street by Royal Charter at the end of October -Monday 28th to be exact from 2-4pm.”

Michael_R1Pancake meastro Michael in action

“This year Michael chose  to fund-raise for the Rogate Computer Club and he collected £15.50 for it selling pancakes at £1 or 0.50 pence depending on the pancake’s size. He donated the ingredients and he managed to give a check for the above amount which we hope will help towards keep the Club going.

Michael_R2                      Michael also displayed a poster advertising the club which attracted a new member!

“This is a wonderful example of support in helping to keep the club going”


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