They are saying there is no funding left for the CyberZone. This is a highly used section of the communities first centre in Briton Ferry, this is used by all ages from teenagers to the older generations. It is used for geneology, photography and many other things besides. They want to change is so that they have actual classes and not drop-in advice. Why should people pay for classes The cost is around about Â£60 for a 10 week course. Some people cannot keep up with the courses so this would not be viable. Please help us save our CYBERZONE.
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Brian Minty, United Kingdom6 years ago Comments: It is with great disapointment to be informed that the IT,centre at llansawel Crecent is to close.This centre is of great benefit to all those who want to learn how use a computer.This centre has been a great success and is of great benefit to all the community.At the centre, we have a tutor,Neil Williams who through his patience and skill has helped me learn many computer skills, To lose these assets which the community needs, would be nothing short of criminal. B.Minty
Sylvia Audrey Minty, United Kingdom6 years ago Comments: This state of the art facility at Briton Ferry West Communities First, Llansawel Crescent, which opened two years ago, is an asset to the community. People of all ages are able to learn how to use computers informally, in a friendly, supportive atmosphere. Can someone please explain why this excellent facility is due to close in June of this year
Keith Hutchings, United Kingdom6 years ago Comments: down sight stupid to close when it is workig fine
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