Developing Digital Skills in Rural Areas – 2nd July at County Hall

This is a community of practice event to share learning from a range of projects across the county including speakers, contributions and workshops from Universities of Loughborough and Lincoln, Lancashire Adult Learning, Lancashire Adult Learning, Superfast Lancashire, Citizens Online: Digital Champions in rural communities (Gwynedd & Highlands), National Age UK, Age UK Lancashire (Chorley) and Age UK South Lakeland, Clackmannanshire Third Sector Interface, A1 Community (North Allerton), Sharon Wagg – Loughborough University, Liz Price – Lincoln University CORA (Interreg North Sea) project, B4RN, Community Futures and Lancashire Libraries Service. Hope you can join us.

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