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Headley Computer Club

Making more of your computer and the Internet

Headley Village Hall Text Box:

Headley is a small village in Surrey, approximately 20 miles South-West of the centre of London.

Headley Computer Club was set up in 2008 to enable residents of the village to improve their computer skills. It is also open to other people connected to Headley, such as church-goers or friends of residents. Sessions are intended to be fun as well as instructive.

Two beginners' groups meet weekly in the Village Hall - on Wednesday & Thursday

afternoons. The Wednesday group is intended for people with some familiarity with computers; the Thursday group aims at people who want to recap from the start. We are also planning a series of evening courses going into greater depth. The first will be this Autumn and will cover Genealogy and discovering your family history. See Diary for details of forthcoming meetings.

All meetings are held in the Village Hall.

The club is run by a committee and is constituted as a sub-committee of Headley Parish Council. Public information about the minutes and committee meetings can be found under Admin.



© Headley Computer Club 2010—2013

Text Box: New term starts 17th & 18th September

Our new terms start on Wednesday 17th & Thursday 18th January, so we hope we can see as many of you as possible.

For those interested in Genealogy, we are running a continuation of the class we ran last Autumn, starting at 7:30pm on Monday 8th September. 

Also we’re now connected to Superfast Broadband; the connection speed to the Village Hall has gone up from 1.5Mb to 38Mb so come along and see what a difference greater speeds can make!!!!