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Get Online Week in Salford 2023

Get Online Week, we're proud to be supporting Get Online Week, the UK's largest digital inclusion campaign

Get Online Week is a national campaign to inspire people to do more online and help them learn how.

We are committed to making a Salford a digitally inclusive city and are working with organisations across the city to bring you various opportunities to upskill in all things digital. Read on to learn about the many resources available to Salford residents.

A lot of extra digital support is available during Get Online Week at our gateway centres in Swinton, Walkden, Pendleton and Eccles or Broughton Hub. Just drop-in and speak to a member of staff and they can support you with a host of council services. Most council services can be contacted using our Salford City Council  website, but if you need help using it, help is at hand.

  • Help with council tax or benefits
  • Assistance to complete an application for a blue badge or free school meals
  • Reporting your bin not being emptied or a streetlight that needs replacing
  • Using the council’s website
  • Completing an online form, or
  • Signing up to the family portal

Now’s the time to get help when online!

Each evening during the week, just bring your device to your local Gateway/Hub and we will guide you through the process.

You can also speak to us about any questions about the internet, staying safe online etc., no question is a silly. Support is available to anyone who needs it.

While our staff can help you with anything council related, we have partners who are hosting workshops and sessions to support residents get online and discover for themselves the benefits of going online.

Below you will find a list of Get Online Week events taking place across Salford. If you know someone who might benefit from these sessions, please share this with them.

More about our Gateway/Hubs

A group of elderly people at a table with a laptop and tablets

Salford Age UK logo

Lets Get Connected
Monday 16 October , Age UK Critchley House
2pm til 4pm
To all of those over 55’s who haven’t yet plucked up the courage to learn about or embrace technology - Critchley Community Hub are here to help.
Why not come along to our informal ‘one to one’ beginners session.
Our friendly & supportive team of volunteers will be on hand to show you how digital technology can help to enhance and ease your life.

Age Uk Salford

The Flowhesion Foundation logo
Chat & Chai and Digital Awareness
Monday 16 October, Eccles Gateway
11am til 12pm
Empowering BAMER women who would like to know about digital support and access.


A tile mosaic of a bee

The Hive on the Web
Wednesday 18 October, available all day
The Hive Swinton (CSIN)

A local event supporting our community to access the web and learn how to use their gadgets.

The Hive, Swinton

Corinth Training logo

Employment support
Wednesday 18 October, 9.30am to 12.30pm
Corinth Training, Pendleton Library

Support for anyone looking to create or amend a digital CV or anyone who needs a hand with their job search like applying for jobs online, online interviews, etc.

Corinth Training

Help anytime

We are always here to help with whatever you need. Talk to our friendly advisors in a local Gateway centre or Broughton Hub.

If you know someone who could use this help but they can’t get online, ask them to call our Spirit of Salford helpline number 0800 952 1000.

In Salford, we’re committed to supporting residents all year round to ensure no one is left behind. Visit for the latest updates.

About the author

Digital Everyone

The Digital Everyone project is part of Salford’s aim to become a Digital City, an ambition which forms part of our wider vision for a better, fairer Salford to improve resident’s lives.

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