Get Online is back at Reading Central Library

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Like many other activities, Get Online drop-in sessions had to stop during the Covid-19 pandemic, and we have been steadily working over the summer to reintroduce them in the autumn.

The good news is that our popular sessions at Reading Central Library are back!

Come and find us on the first floor of the library – we’re back at our previous times:

  • Tuesdays 2-4pm
  • Thursdays 2-4pm
  • Saturdays 10am-12pm.

As before, all our sessions are free for anyone needing help with computers and technology to drop in, on a first come first served basis. You can bring your own device or use the library computers. Please note that you will need a library card to use the library wi-fi or computers – if you don’t have one you can get one easily from the reception desk if you bring ID. We look forward to seeing you!

Details of the Get Online project and a calendar of all our sessions can be found on our website We have also set up a telephone helpline for residents without internet access on 0118 334 1095 where you can hear a recorded message listing our schedule and leave a message if you would like a member of the team to call back.

David Neale

David runs the Get Online Reading project, which uses a team of volunteers to promote digital inclusion around the town and help local people make better use of the internet. The Get Online team is based at Reading Central Library and does outreach sessions at other libraries and community venues around Reading. David also co-developed the RVA website.