New Earswick Digital Cafe
Our Digital Cafes are popping up across the city of York, providing a space for York residents to get dedicated support in getting online.
Hosted in a 2 hour session, residents can come down for a warm drink and to ask any questions (and bring along any devices).
Our volunteers are here to help you get online, from setting up a smart phone to signing up to the NHS app or York Council website.
No bookings are required and you can stick around for a few minutes, or a few hours, everyone is welcome at the Keeping Digital Foundation Digital Cafes.
Getting to the New Earswick Digital Cafe:
There is a free car park on the side of the building on Elm Tree Mews.
Numerous local bus services serve the Digital Cafe.
The number 1 (First York) is the closest serving bus service, stopping outside the Folk Hall
The number 13 (Connexions Buses) is the closest serving bus service, stopping outside the Folk Hall
The number 20 (York and Country by Transdev) is the closest serving bus service, stopping outside the Folk Hall
The number 5 (First York) stops at St Andrew's Church
There are bike racks at both the front and rear entrances of the Folk Hall to enable you to cycle to us and secure your bike.