Earlier in the year the Citizens Advice Bureau started delivering assisted digital help at a number of libraries across the city. During these sessions they can help you with online advice, help with online services such as Manchester Move or Universal Credit and provide support in accessing their other advice services.
These sessions take place citywide, from Abraham Moss to Wythenshawe, and are proving to really popular. In the three months between July – September over 1,000 people were helped in libraries.
The service supports libraries’ existing information services, and enables us to provide additional and well valued services for our communities through partnership working with a trusted and well known advice provider.
Malak from Manchester CAB runs Digital Drop-in sessions at Gorton Library. Join her Tuesdays, 10-1pm to learn new skills and gain confidence.
Drop in sessions are available at the following libraries:
Abraham Moss, Crescent Road, M8 5UF; Mondays 10am to 1pm
North City Library, Rochdale Road M9 4AF; Tuesdays 9.30-12.30pm
Central Library, 2nd Floor St Peter’s Square, Manchester M2 5PD, Fridays 10am to 1pm
Beswick Library, 60 Grey Mare Lane, Beswick, M11 3DS; Wednesdays 10am-1pm
Withington Library, 410 Wilmslow Road, Withington, M20 3BN; Tuesdays 10am-1pm
Fallowfield The Place, Platt Lane M14 7FB; Thursdays 10am to 1pm
Gorton Library, Garratt Way, M18 8HE; Tuesdays 10am-1pm
Longsight Library, 519 Stockport Road, M12 4NE Tuesdays 10am-1pm and Thursday 10am-1pm
Forum Library Wythenshawe, Forum Square, M22 5RX; Mondays 10am to 1pm