Getting Access To the Internet – Places where you can go online

If you cannot afford a device such as a mobile phone or laptop, local organisations might be able to help you access or loan one or point you in the right direction.

Digital Access West Yorkshire ( also matches people who have spare machines to
those who need them.

If you need free access to the internet or a computer, you can visit any Calderdale Library for 70 minutes per day. While there, you can browse the Internet, use email, make colour printouts (10p per A4 sheet), use software to word process and make spreadsheets, save information and scan documents to a USB memory stick.

You can visit Hanson Lane Enterprise Centre (HX1 5PG) on Friday mornings from 9.30am to access the internet, email, use software to word process and make spreadsheets and save your documents onto a USB memory stick. Advisor present to help if needed.

You can visit Customer First at Horton Street in Halifax town centre Monday to Friday between 10am – 4pm and access a computer for free. The team can help you with any Council business
such as making an application for benefits or completing a request for a blue badge.

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