Ludham churches enter digital age

Two Norfolk churches have entered the digital age after they teamed up to set up a free internet café. From next month residents of Ludham will be able to surf the worldwide web in the church room at St Catherine's Church twice a week.

Two Norfolk churches have entered the digital age after they teamed up to set up a free internet café.

From next month residents of Ludham will be able to surf the worldwide web in the church room at St Catherine's Church twice a week.

The computer scheme is a joint venture between St Catherine's Church and the Methodist Church and was organised by the Rev Lorna Allies.

It is hoped that the National Lottery-funded project will also have special sessions to help young people who may not have a computer to research any homework.


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The internet café will be officially opened by the Bishop of Norwich, the Rt Rev Graham James, at 6.30pm on Friday, October 10.

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