Online Centres Network News Bulletin
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Thursday 26 September 2019

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Over 900 of you have registered for Get Online Week so far and we're so excited to see what you're planning to do to help people to get more out of life this year!

Our official Get Online Week event map is now live - head over to the website to register your events and find out what else is happening in your local area.

If you haven’t yet registered as an event holder, there’s still time to receive your free marketing pack too! Visit to find out more - but register quick as packs are limited.

Our final star of Get Online Week is Jalal, who has been booking GP appointments for his young family after attending digital skills sessions at his local Online Centre Smartlyte.

Click below to hear his story.

Register your events
Get Online Week star - Jalal
Get Online Week star - Jalal

Joining Forces event will return on Wednesday 20 November at the Trinity Community Arts Centre in Bristol. The event will showcase community services and networks in and around the Bristol area. This will be a great opportunity to find out more information about local membership and community services that can help you strengthen your own organisation. 

You can drop in and chat with us, and any of our partners, any time between 11am and 2pm - just
book your place so we know you’re coming! 

If you are a local organisation in Bristol and are interested in having a free space to talk to people at this event, please contact us at
Teaching & Facilitation webinar P1 & P2

We’ve moved our Teaching and Facilitation webinar to October so we can accommodate more centres. Part 1 & 2 will now be held on Tuesday 1st October 10am-12pm. Part 3 & 4 will take place on Tuesday 8th October 10am-12pm.

Our Grants Manager, Holly Bagnall-Bell has written a couple of blogs to share her expertise and knowledge of the funding process with Online Centres. In part two, Holly outlines 6 top tips for putting together a good funding application and how making the most of the guidance can be key to submitting a successful funding application. She talks about how giving clear and detailed examples, and using concise and relevant data, to showcase your project are crucial elements of a good funding application. 

Take a read of Holly’s blog 

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