Burwash Internet Cafe

Located between the Scout Headquarters and Fairfield Surgery in the free Car Park the Burwash Community Internet Cafe is run by experienced and friendly volunteers and is a UK Learn My Way Centre.  The facility has PC workstations, Windows 8.1 touchscreen laptops for visitors to use plus a WiFi hub for those who wish to bring their own mobile devices.

Burwash parishioners qualify for a special rate of only 20p per hour.  Our volunteers will provide 1:1 assistance whatever your problem, whether you want to know how to use various applications, set up an email account, access the world wide web, or even access free government funded on-line training courses! 

Come along and see how we can help you become part of 'the digital age'!  We are here to help!

If you want to check out the Learn My Way website, click on the link below:-

Learn My Way

Opening Times: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am to 1pm (except Bank Holidays).

Contact Details: Lesley Elmslie, Parish Councillor, Tel. No: 01435 883510, Mobile No: 07818 648038 

Email: burwashinternetcafe@gmail.com

Free help on how to... 

- Send and receive emails

- Send photographs to friends and relatives

- Make internet telephone calls using Skype*

- Make savings on train and airline tickets; print tickets and boarding passes

- Shop around for the best deals on gas, electricity, mobile phone, car and home insurance and much more

- Research family history

- Generally surf the World Wide Web!

-Job search 

-Website creation & advice

*Contact must have Skype account




We held our first ‘Discover Your Past’ workshop in February which was well attended and proved quite interesting!  Initially I could not ‘find’ my mother, but fortunately did eventually as well as the date and location of her marriage to my dad, phew!

We are planning our next workshop and this will take place on Wednesday 12 April 2017, 2pm to 4pm.  Tickets are £2 per person to include a cup of coffee/tea and a biscuit!  To reserve a place in advance talk to a volunteer at the Internet Café or contact me (see contact details below) so we can add your name to the list. 


In the meantime if you have a particular ‘problem’ and would like us to consider running a workshop please talk to one of our volunteers.

Fortunately we have not heard of any more phone scams, but we all need to stay alert.  Make sure you have ‘anti-virus’ software downloaded onto your PC or laptop.  Good browsing practices can help.  Some things are pretty obvious, like don’t browse ‘shady’ sites, or download files from suspicious sources, or click on links from people you don't know (or even if the email appears to be from a friend but only contains a link).  There are a number of free anti-virus programmes available and we can help you to download one at the Internet Café, just pop in and have a chat with one of our helpful, knowledgeable volunteers. 

We are always looking for more volunteers, so if you have a few hours available once or twice a month (or more!), then please contact me to discuss how you can help us to help our friends and neighbours ‘get on line’.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Lesley Elmslie

Parish Councillor/Volunteer

Mobile: 07818 648038

Email: cllrlesleyelmslie19@gmail.com



Love Burwash Day - Saturday 23rd September - Volunteers wanted!
Coffee morning
- Saturday 28th October 10am-12pm at St.Bartholomew's Church.

For a full list of events this month then please go to Burwash Parish Diary. If you have updates or wish to add details of future events please get in touch via Burwash Parish Clerk.