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Gainsborough: A Gainsborough support group has been donated a computer from Enterprising Minds

Annie Sawyer handing over the computer to Andy Fox at the Foundry Learning Centre. Also in the picture (L-R) are Mick Thrower, Sue Holtby, Angela Thornton, Kim Basu and Paul Roberts.

Annie Sawyer handing over the computer to Andy Fox at the Foundry Learning Centre. Also in the picture (L-R) are Mick Thrower, Sue Holtby, Angela Thornton, Kim Basu and Paul Roberts.

The Gainsborough Autistic Parent Support Group (GAPSP ) was delighted to receive a free computer donated by Enterprising Minds, a project which helps people recovering from mental illness to learn the skills of refurbishing and upgrading computers, which are then passed onto community groups.

Chair of GAPSP, Andy Fox, said: “A computer will be useful in handling the administrative tasks of GAPSP.”

 

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