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Learning Digital CIC

"Our aim is to help local residents in Bexley and surrounding areas to gain essential digital skills"

Our aim at Learning Digital is to help residents of the London Borough of Bexley and surrounding area to gain essential digital skills and give them access to the internet and computer equipment.

We are reaching out to vulnerable and disadvantaged groups who might be digitally excluded, socially excluded or financially excluded to try to help them improve their lives and overcome social challenges.

We are working to establish links with local organisations to offer training and support to groups of affected people. If you would like to work with us to make a difference to the lives of local people, please get in touch.

Can you help us?

Volunteers wanted

We run computer help groups for adults in the Bexley area and are looking for Volunteers to get involved for a couple of hours a week.

Join the team
If you are passionate about fighting digital exclusion and want to be more involved, drop us a line. We do everything from admin and research to stakeholder engagement and teaching digital skills. If you are keen tell us about yourself.  Contact Us Now!

Donate Equipment

We are in need of computer equipment, so if you would like to donate any items or learning materials, please Contact Us. We work with charities and other non-profits so any suitable offers will be gladly accepted.

Partner with us

We are actively networking with groups in the Bexley area to look for new digital inclusion projects to deliver. If you would like to work with us on a project or want some help please get in touch.

Opening Hours

  • Monday: 17:30 PM → 19:00 PM

Key Contact Details

Additional Information

Learning Digital are registered with Companies House, the CIC Regulator and the Information Commissioner’s Office.

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