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  Q and A with Denbighshire volunteer Wayne 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   10/02/2015 Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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Digital Denbighshire Digidol is working across the county to get local residents working with technology and feeling confident about getting online

93 year-old Lilian gets online 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   10/02/2015 Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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Lilian Williams has been using her iPad to keep in contact with friends all over the world with the help of Communities 2.0. A resident at a sheltered housing complex in Llanelli, Mrs Williams had previously attended a ‘First Click’ course run by... read more
 

A Blaenau Gwent business is reaping the rewards of Communities 2.0 help 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   10/02/2015 Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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Social Enterprise Monwel LTD, which designs and manufactures road signs has saved over 30% of its energy consumption thanks to the improved systems they have installed with the support of Communities 2.0.

Accessibility session helps local Parkinson’s support group 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   10/02/2015 Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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The Llandudno and District Parkinson’s support group are getting online with the help of the Disability Wales Assist programme running in partnership with Communities 2.0.

Age Cymru Gwynedd a Mon – Digital Photography Group 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   10/02/2015 Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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A series of computer training courses were run throughout October and November 2013 at the Age Cymru Centre in Dolgellau aimed at raising awareness of the benefits of using the internet for research, entertainment and communication.

Alison benefits from Absolute Beginner's computer course 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   10/02/2015 Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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Alison attended an Absolute Beginner's computers course in Connah's Quay run by Get Wrexham and Flintshire Online

Anne connects by getting online 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   10/02/2015 Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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Anne lives independently in a self-contained flat within a sheltered housing scheme and until recently was living quite an active life out in the local community.  However due to a recent operation, she is currently restricted to her flat and the... read more
 

BAG Credit Union tackle poverty with Communities 2.0 help 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   10/02/2015 Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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Members of the BAG Credit Union in Caerphilly are tackling poverty with the help of Communities 2.0. A financial co-operative with just over two thousand members, the Credit Union has members throughout  the upper Rhymney valley, BAG Credit Union... read more
 

Bargoed Deaf Club: communicating through technology 

Communities 2.0 - Case Studies
Posted by Good Practice Wales   10/02/2015 Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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Members of Bargoed Deaf Club have been learning new digital skills through Communities 2.0 and the Get Caerphilly Online project

Bill’s digital volunteering leads to exciting new work 

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Posted by Good Practice Wales   10/02/2015 Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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Volunteering with Communities 2.0 is not only a great way to share your skills and help your local community, but it can also benefit the volunteers themselves. Sharing your skills as a volunteer can lead to exciting new opportunities for you and... read more
 
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