Kim Gallagher
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Teesside projects help residents get online

A project on Teesside is helping hundreds of people learn how to use the internet.

About 60% of residents had no access to the internet when the Westfield Farm Resource Centre opened in Redcar last year.

Now, some of the residents trained at the centre are helping others get online.

Baroness Martha Lane-Fox, chair of Go ON UK, a charity set up to help people get online, said she wants to make the UK the most "digitally skilled" country.

  • 20 Nov 2013
  • From the section Tees
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