Getting online

There are many benefits to being online, including contacting us at a time that suits you, connecting with loved ones, and ordering your shopping at the click of a mouse.


The internet is fast becoming the quickest and easiest way for you to contact us, and for us to contact you.

By signing up for an online account, you can do lots of things such as booking a repair, tracking your payments, or viewing your rent balance, at a time that suits you.


Other links you may find useful are:

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Online Centres Network

Brought together by Good Things Foundation, the National Digital Inclusion Network is made up of thousands of grassroots organisations, all working to tackle digital and social exclusion by providing people with the skills and confidence they need to access digital technology.

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Barclays Digital Wings

Barclays Community Wings – Also provide help and support. Barclays Digital Wings is just another fun and free learning tool designed to develop and grow your digital confidence.

You can find out more about this service and boost your knowledge on Barclays Digital Wings website.

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Age UK, Silver Surfers

Age UK offer FREE Silver Surfers computing classes. At these classes there is something to suit all interests and experience. We cover all manner of technology subjects for PCs, Laptops, Tablets and Phones.

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Get Safe Online

Get Safe Online is the UK’s leading source of unbiased, factual and easy-to-understand information on online safety.

New to the internet? Follow these easy steps set out by Get Safe Online.


Homes for over 50s

All our retirement living properties, now have access to the internet following our commitment to ensure we support bringing residents into the digital age.

We have installed new computers and large monitors so residents can keep in touch with family via Skype, or do their online shopping, book appointments, and much more.

We continue to hold sessions in a number of our schemes to support people with the basic skills to get online which is just one way we are committed to reducing social isolation.

Homes for over 50s