Warwickshire County Council is making 125 recycled desktop computers available free of charge to community or voluntary organisations, including town and parish councils, within Warwickshire. Each organisation can apply for up to two machines each, which will consist of a Dell desktop with Windows 7 and a 80Gb hard drive, a monitor, keyboard and mouse, with a number of licence free programmes and a three month warranty. No laptops are available.If you know of a local organisation that would benefit from one of these PCs, please get in touch with Alison.
Locally based community groups or small-scale groups with little or no IT equipment can apply, but will be asked to demonstrate how it will help their organisation to grow. The PCs have been reformatted by skilled ICT staff so that they are reliable with a good memory.
For an application pack, email Ali Mainey at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on (01789) 260134. Applications are invited by 5.00pm on Friday 26 October.
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