Tuesday 21 February 10:00 – 12:00
Astons Village Hall (OX11 9EQ)
Free and friendly advice for computer users to be confident, safe and effective users of the internet, email, social media etc.
Please tell us, if you can, that you’re going to join us so we can have helpers available. Also please bring a mask so we all stay Covid safe; click here for the Astons Online Covid Protocol.
Contact by email firstname.lastname@example.org or 07780958249 if you can’t email.
Tuesday 28 February 10:30 – 11:15
Zoom meetingAstons Online is great but there are other places to get help and information; join in the meeting to find out where and how.
Book your place – email@example.com
Astons Online useful information
Click here for shopping on line guidance
Click here for Windows 7 termination of support (14 Jan 2020)
Click here to see 2-factor information to keep your Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, AOL, Instagram Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts safe and secure
Click here for broadband & WIFI guidance
Click here for UK government's Cyber Aware programme
Click here for Zoom user guidance
Click here for Helpful Book smartphone course (good value but not free)
Click here for Helpful Book tablet course (good value but not free)
Click here to check whether a website is genuine ... before you visit
Every Tuesday morning 10:00 to 12 noon
Free, friendly and helpful advice for computer users which we currently provide remotely using phones, WhatsApp, Facetime,
Quick Assist etc; whatever suits you best. We help with all computer user issues: online communications, shopping, social networking, entertainment, health and prescription services; plus staying safe online, buying new equipment, dealing with breakdowns and accidents.
Book your appointment by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07780958249
Astons Online is supporting Oxfordshire's
"Put your old laptops to good use!"
We've been very grateful for laptops received from Astons residents for re-use by South Moreton School for pupils' home learning during lockdowns. Oxfordshire's is a wider scheme aimed at helping isolated older people, school children and others in need throughout our communities. Please take your or your business' unwanted laptops either to one of the organisations on this link or to us, email@example.com, and we will pass them on to SOFEA in Didcot.
Astons Online is a registered member of the UK national Online Centres network and a member of 2014 Cyber to the Citizen initiative. Astons Online was established in 2012 with generous support from South Oxfordshire District Council, BT, Aston Tirrold & Aston Upthorpe Village Hall Management Committee, Aston Tirrold & Aston Upthorpe Parish Councils and Astons News.