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I Don’t Do Computers…

A course for Champions who want to learn how to use a computer.
We will learn basic computer skills and how to use a computer to
feedback to and influence mental health and wellbeing services in
By attending this course you will be able to:
• send and receive emails with attachments
• produce a letter to a local service, councillor or MP
• search the internet for services
• use the Patient Opinion website and other websites to
feed back your views
Tony, the WEA tutor, Support Champions and members of the
Champions’ Community Troupe will support you to achieve your goals.
If you do have computer skills but want to improve them, please feel
free to join us. There is something for everyone.

Begins on Thursday 5th May 2011 1-3pm.
Every Thursday for 6 weeks.
Sycamore Millennium Centre, 31 Hungerhill Road, Nottingham NG3 4NB

I Don’t Do Computers leaflet (pdf 369kb)

Today’s Evening Post

Today’s Evening Post has a report on An Audience with John Bercow from yesterday.  Click on the image to see more or go to the This is Nottingham website here to read the article on a webpage.


An Audience with John Bercow

Thanks to all who came to the event today, it was a fantastic success.  Mr Speaker was brilliant, we very much enjoyed his short talk about Government and his patience in answering questions, at times with some good anecdotes.  For more information about what happened at the event, please head over to the blog site where there are summaries that were written during the event.



An Audience with John Bercow

On Wednesday 6th April, John Bercow, Speaker of the House of Commons, will be visiting Nottingham.

Bright Ideas, supported by ACAF, Nottingham Equal, 97.5 Kemet FM and Toby Neal photography are hosting an Audience with Mr Speaker.  He will be giving a presentation about engaging with Parliament and will then be answering questions.  It will be broadcast on 97.5 Kemet FM, and there will be a live blog on anaudiencewithjohnbercow.wordpress.com throughout the day.

We have a few places left for the event, so if you would like to come please leave your details on our contact page, including a contact e-mail address and telephone number (scroll to the bottom and fill in the form).  We will issue the remaining places on a first-come first-served basis and will get back to you by 12:00 midday on Tuesday 5th April.

Bright Ideas contact page

Listen on Kemet – 975kemetfm.co.uk/

Follow Bright Ideas on Twitter for updates on the day (we will choose a hashtag soon!)

Discussion Group advert

Discussion Groups Advert by Bright Ideas Nottingham

The Let’s Get to the Bottom of Things page has just been updated with a new advert looking for people aged 60- 69 to to take part in discussion groups about the NHS bowel cancer screening programme.

Visit the page for more information and to download the flier.