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Getting a Taste of the Internet

Hethersett Library will be holding a series of internet taster sessions in October, November and December with a different theme for each one.

On Saturday 27th October there will be a chance for the public to enjoy an introduction into researching family history online.

On Saturday 10th November it will be everyday online shopping with a session designed to teach how to make everyday purchases such as groceries and toiletries.

The final session on Saturday 8th December will look at online shopping for Christmas and how to avoid the crowds by buying for the festive season online.

The sessions are designed to be free, fun and informal, but those taking part will need to know the basics of using a computer. Places are limited and can be booked by calling into the library or on 01603 810188.

The library’s next event will role back the years to look at spam, snoek, eggless sponges, potato pastry and other culinary delights from bygone days in a nostalgic trip through the world of food and drink.

This will take place on Saturday September 8th from 2.30 until 4 p.m. Old photographs will be available and cooking utensils on display. It is hoped that the event will be able to add memories to the official Hethersett archive.

This is one of a series of events celebrating  local food and drink heritage taking place in Norfolk libraries throughout September.