Council’s digital project needs your votes

PUBLISHED: 12:00 23 April 2019

Number 65 High Street, Nailsea. Nailsea School students volunteering to help the 'techno-timid'.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Number 65 High Street, Nailsea. Nailsea School students volunteering to help the 'techno-timid'. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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Councillors in Nailsea are appealing for your votes which could help them win an award for their digital project.

Nailsea Town Council has reached the finals of the Digital Leaders 100 (DL100) for their techno-timid project, which is held at Number 65 High Street.

The scheme helps people to learn more about using the internet and apps to access support and keep in touch with friends and family.

More: New digital and health support service to open in Nailsea.

Ten other projects have been nominated in the digital council of the year category and the shortlist will be cut from 10 to three following a public vote.

Nailsea Town Council is appealing for people to vote for its scheme to raise the profile of the project and highlight the work of volunteers who assist people who visit Number 65 for digital support.

To vote for the scheme, visit www.digileaders100.com/digital-council. Voting closes at noon on May 10.


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