Published: May 3, 2009
TV's Wrinkly Rappers back Burnham-On-Sea Internet awareness day

A group of rapping pensioners who are set to appear on ITV's Britain's Got Talent are supporting an event to encourage Burnham-On-Sea OAPs to use the Internet.

The Wrinkly Rappers, pictured, are backing the Burnham Area Youth Centre's Internet awareness day for older people, which will be held on May 15th.

The centre in Cassis Close will be joining in with the nationwide 'It's never too late to go online' day, organised by the government, to promote the Internet to senior citizens.

The centre's Mike Lang told "To help out with the forward publicity for this event, the 'Wrinkley Rappers' have paid us a visit."

He added: "The group includes Snowy, who calls herself a 'right eBayer' and has just sold her car online; and Tel who enjoys researching family history online and keeping in touch with friends via the Internet."

The BAY Centre will be open from 10am-4pm on May 15th. first reported on 'The Wrinkly Rappers' in January as they headed off to perform in front of VIP judges Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden.

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