© Copyright 2019 Computer Friendly
Registered in England number 04398683 Registered Charity number 1096433
Our students come from St Albans, Harpenden, Redbourn, Markyate, Flamstead, Hemel Hempstead, Kinsbourne Green, Wheathampstead, Sandridge, Marshalswick, Smallford, Chiswell Green, Park Street, Napsbury, Bricket Wood, London Colney, Colney Heath, Radlett, Frogmore
Computer Friendly St Albans
has been honoured with the
Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service,
The MBE for Volunteer Groups
Unfortunately all our Drop–In Centres are still closed, and will remain closed for the foreseeable future because of the Corona Virus. Also we will not be running courses face-
However we are still here to help you…
We will try to help, by email or over the phone.
Call 01727 617359*
* Monday, Wednesday or Friday,
Computer Friendly want to continue helping you, though we can’t meet you face-
Please go to the page Online Help where we have collected some courses, tutorials and videos to help you get the best out of your device.
During this time of isolation it’s important to stay in touch with family and friends: go to our page, Staying in Touch, for help on doing so online.
On Monday 3 August, in the magnificent setting of St Albans Cathedral, Computer Friendly, was officially presented with the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive.
In the first physical event he has attended since the beginning of lockdown, the Lord-
Rosemary Farmer, past Major of Harpenden, who had originally nominated Computer Friendly, said, ”I was delighted to nominate Computer Friendly for The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.”
Deputy Lieutenant, Stuart Nagler, alongside Deputy Lieutenant Penny Williams praised Computer Friendly saying “I am delighted to be present to see Computer Friendly get a very well-
On 2 June, the day of the announcement, Computer Friendly held a celebratory Zoom meeting with many important guests. To see what people said please go to our Queens Award for Voluntary Service page.
It’s up to all of us to contact those we know who are not often online to make them aware by a phone call, that there are unscrupulous people who are taking advantage of the current crisis.