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Basic computer training in Surrey


Claygate Community Centre

Elm Road, Claygate

Telephone 01372 463 476

Offers iPad training.

Cobham Community Centre

Oakdene Road, Cobham

Telephone 01932 596 031

Offers iPad training.

Hersham Community Centre

7 Queens Road, Hersham

Telephone 01932 246 267

Offers iPad training.

Molesey Community Centre

Bishop Fox Way, West Molesey

Telephone 0208 979 5773

Offers iPad training.

Thames Ditton Community Centre

Mercer Close, Thames Ditton

Telephone 0208 398 5921

Offers iPad training.

Walton-on-Thames Community Centre

Manor Road, Walton-on-Thames
Telephone 01932 247 549

Offers iPad training.

Weybridge Community Centre

Churchfield Place, Weybridge

Telephone 01932 844 391

Offers iPad training.

Epsom and Ewell

Age Concern - Epsom and Ewell

The Old Town Hall, The Parade, Epsom

Telephone 01372 732456 (Monday to Friday 9.30am to 1pm) or email

Would you like help getting to grips with your computer or tablet? Then Age Concern Epsom and Ewell IT volunteers may be able to help. All visits take place in your home so that you can learn at your own pace and with your own computer. They also hold free courses at the Age Concern Office on a regular basis.


Age UK Surrey Computer Drop-in Centre

Dray Court, Madrid Road, Guildford

Telephone 01483 503 414

Open Monday to Friday 10am to 12pm

Use one of the computers, which are connected to the internet, or bring your own laptop, Ipad, tablet or mobile phone and use the Wi-Fi connection. No matter how big or small the question the team will do their best to help you solve and understand your problem. They also offer information on buying a computer or tablet, connecting to the internet and protecting your computer.

Mole Valley

Age Concern – Mole Valley

You need to register your interest first, telephone 01306 899 104 or 07442 017 169 or email

If you are over 50 and live in the Mole Valley area, you can use Age Concern’s free computer courses based in either Dorking or Leatherhead. The courses run once a week for 6-8 weeks with the option of additional weeks to reinforce and build on what you’ve learned. Topics covered include: browsing on the internet, basic keyboard and mouse skills, using an iPad/Tablet, setting up and using your own email or skype accounts and how to shop on the internet as well. If you already own a laptop or an iPad/Tablet you are encouraged to bring that with you, but computers will be provided as well.

Fairfield Centre

Leret Way, Leatherhead

Telephone 01372 376 058 or email or SMS 07771 576 411

Offers computer classes.

Reigate and Banstead

Age Concern – Merstham, Reigate and Redhill

Weldon Way, Merstham

Telephone 01737 645 636 or email

Runs a Computer Club on a Thursday 2-4pm and is available as a free service to all members of Age Concern Merstham, Reigate and Redhill. It is designed to be an informal venue for people to learn computer skills at their own pace.

Age Concern – Banstead

Banstead Centre, The Horseshoe, Banstead.

Telephone 01737 352 156

If you are unable to get out and about, they can help you learn the basics at home. Occasionally they have volunteers who are willing to give up an hour or so of their time to help you learn your computer. Please contact the office if you are interested and, if necessary, we can put you on our waiting list.

Banstead Centre

The Horseshoe, Bolters Lane, Banstead

Telephone 01737 361 712 or email

Offers IT tuition.

Woodhatch Community Centre

Whitebeam Drive, Reigate

Telephone 01737 221 030 or email

Computer support – Improve your IT skills - Monday at 10am.

Computer skills – Develop your IT skills - Tuesday at 10am, Wednesday at 9.30am, Thursday at 10am and Friday at 10am.

Develop your iPad skills – Tuesday at 2pm.


Bennell Centre

Downside, Sunbury on Thames

Telephone 01932 784 232 or email

Computer sessions on Wednesdays.

Fordbridge Centre

Clarendon Road, Ashford

Telephone 01784 243 880 or email

Offers computer lessons Fridays 9.30am to 12.30pm.

Staines Community Centre

Thames Street, Staines-upon-Thames

Telephone 01784 463 073 or email

Computer lessons Thursdays 10am to 4pm.


Westway Community Cafe and Wellbeing Centre

Park Road, Caterham

Telephone 01883 347 230

Have an IT suite with the facilities available daily 9am to 4.30pm.

Regent House Community Centre

Albert Road, Horley

Telephone 020 8942 8256

Digital/IT support for laptops, iPhones, iPad, android phones and tablets. Beginners welcome.

Wednesdays 10am to 12pm.


Hale Community Centre

Upper Hale Road, Farnham

Telephone 01252 722 362 or email

Opportunities "IT" sessions held.


Moorcroft Community Centre

Moorcroft, Old School Place, Westfield, Woking

Telephone 01483 743 373 or email

Computer sessions held on Thursdays.

The Vyne Community Centre

Broadway, Knaphill, Woking

Telephone 01483 743 558 or email

Computer classes Tuesday and Thursday.



Telephone Freephone helpline 0800 269545 or email

AbilityNet has a network of friendly volunteers who can offer free computer support to older people and people with disabilities. They can help with if you have a virus, malfunction or software updates, need some help installing broadband, helping install and set up new software or are confused about updates or error messages, they can assist with choosing equipment to meet your particular needs, help install and set up new software, arranging settings and adjusting accessibility options.

BBC Webwise

Provides useful links, information on courses on a various computer related courses, including staying safe online.

BBC - WebWise

Online Centres Network

Online Centres use the Learn My Way online courses to support and teach computer beginners. Over 5000 centres are based all around the country, providing friendly, expert guidance for those who need help with computers. You can search for your nearest Online Centre at Find a hub Online Centres Network.

Learn My Way

A website of free online courses for beginners, helping you develop digital skills to make the most of the online world.

Learn My Way

Surrey Libraries

40 Surrey Libraries have Digital Buddies, where you can make an appointment and get free one to one support. Support includes learning to use the computers independently in the library for the first time, undertake basic computing tasks, file management, navigating and searching on the internet, using email and attachments and basic MS Word.

Digital Buddy at Surrey Libraries