Members and user groups at Woodham Community Centre are celebrating thanks to funding from Great Aycliffe and Middridge Partnership (GAMP). The centre successfully received a grant of £750 from GAMP’s Community Grant Fund to help purchase a range of new tablets. The new equipment will allow the centre to build upon their ever popular Computers for the Terrified courses. David Sutton-Lloyd, from the Centre, said: ‘The funding we received from GAMP will allow the centre to further develop our successful Computers for the Terrified courses. With new tablets that cover the full range of Android, Apple, Windows, and Kindle operating systems, we plan on running new workshops that will focus on New Technology for the Terrified. By doing this, we know that we can help people learn how to adapt to new ideas that can change their lives.’ If anyone is interested in attending the workshops they can contact David at Woodham Community Centre on 01325 300258 or via email at woodham. Other groups who have benefitted from the grants include: Knit and Natter Group (St Elizabeth’s Church), NEMESIS ALLSTARS Cheerleaders, Aycliffe and District Bus Preservation Society, Aycliffe Running Club, Sedgefield Water Polo Club, JAFFA Club, Neville Community Centre and SHINE Children’s Community Choir. GAMP is one of 14 Area Action Partnerships set up by Durham County Council in 2009.