Warwickshire County Council computers given away to community groups

generic computer Coventry community groups can apply for up to two of the 125 computers as part of the council's giveaway.

More than a hundred computers are being offered free to community groups by a council in recognition of the "huge amount of work they do".

Warwickshire County Council is offering the 125 computers and laptops to any community group within the county's five districts and boroughs.

The machines are available because the council is upgrading its machines.

Councillor Colin Hayfield said the council was pleased to be able to "help [the groups] do their work".

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