The Main function
of the club is to offer help and practical hands on experience to
it’s members of the club, female and male beginners alike wanting
to learn how to use their new laptop or desktop PC, help in installing
software or setting up programs, and virus removing.
One of the
many functions of St.Helens Computer Club is to refurbish donated
computers and parts, for those who are less fortunate to be able
to buy one,
By refurbishing computers this allows club members to get hands
on experience in identifying the various parts that go into the
building of a PC.
Rebuilding donated parts and computers, helps in being environmentally
friendly by recycling as much as possible.
The club also
helps those members who may want to go that step further and learn
how to maintain their own PC, this may cover anything from upgrades
to a full machine build including loading of operating system and
Members also have the knowledge of other members technical expertise
and know how in PC fault finding and being a member is a lot cheaper
than a visit to the repair shop.
The club also
caters for the more experienced members as well covering all aspects
of home computing.
free and easy, Need to know something, then you just need to ask.
The club runs a well established Video and Photo section, members
are shown how to transfer Video to DVD or Photo’s to a DVD slide
show and much more.
We hold a weekly
workshop, which is held on a Tuesday evening
7pm till 9pm
The club now
meets at our new venue Chain Lane Community Centre
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A one off membership
fee is payable if you decide to join the club, and a weekly admission
charge is in place as this allows the club to pay for the hire of
the Rooms new equipment as and when it is needed and also refreshments,
which are included.
the club has a healthy membership of male and female members and
continues to grow in strength.
this year, 2019 is our 16th year of providing computing assistance
See you soon,
St Helens Computer Club.