Queen lends her support to Burnham silver surfers event
Carnival Queen was the special guest at a special silver surfers
internet education day in the town on Friday (June 4th).
Rogers was on hand to greet visitors at the BAY Centre in Cassis
Close for the annual UK Online event, which this year had the
theme of 'Face your on-line fears'.
who had also helped to set up the computers, talked with several
of the users about using the Web.
BAY Centre UK Online Co-ordinator and BAY Club Vice Chairman
Mike Lang told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "It was good of Jessica
to spare us some time from her busy schedule."
the Friday technology sessions we use donated computer equipment,
and clients' own laptops to access online teaching programs. Our
strategy is to help clients access the Internet safely with minimum
"All the activities here depend on volunteer help, and we
urge interested parties to come forward, whether it is for the
computer technology sessions, The Shed youth cafe, Gateway Club,
or even at the Tuesday morning Stroke club, who also need volunteer
drivers to bring in members to the sessions."
Pictured is Carnival Queen Jessica Rogers with some of the
visitors at Friday's event at the BAY Centre