People across the Horncastle area are being challenged to do things the digital way as part of the national Get Online Week.
Lincs Training is teaming up with Sellwood Gardens Community Group in Horncastle to help people in East Lindsey get online.
This is the seventh year that the scheme has been run and takes place from October 14-20.
The scheme aims to introduce thousands of people to the online way of life. It is estimated that 7.2 million people in the UK are not currently online.
Ann Hurns of Sellwood Gardens said: “If you’ve got a spare hour this October, we’re on hand to show you how getting online could save you time, hassle and even money.
“It doesn’t matter if you’ve never even touched a computer before or if you already know a bit - Get Online Week is a great excuse to experiment with digital technology.
“It’s fun, it’s free, and it could change how you do your favourite things and everyday chores forever.”
The community group will be running a series of training sessions as part of Get Online.
The sessions are targeted towards those who either haven’t used computers before or who have a basic understanding.
Last year more than 50,000 people began using the internet during Get Online Week.
One person who first got online through attending a project run by the Community Group is Pam.
She said: “I have to confess that I was a bit scared of computers when I started out.
“I just didn’t see the point of them.
“But everyone’s doing it digitally these days, and I felt like I was missing out.
“Now I couldn’t live without the internet - it’s just brilliant”.
The main sessions at Sellwood Gardens Community Room will be on Friday October 18, 10am to 12noon.
To get online contact Rich Avison at the Lincs Training centre on 07833 446866 or Ann Hurns from Sellwood Gardens Computer group on 01507 522846.