Bramley residents are being urged to help local children get onto their virtual classrooms by donating unwanted laptops or tablets.
Bramley Community Centre is acting as a drop-off point for unwanted technology to support children who are home schooling and who may not have access to the correct equipment.
As well as asking local residents, they’re also asking businesses to help out. Fran Graham, from Bramley Community Centre, said:
“Leeds City Council has asked us to be a drop-off point to enable more devices to get to local school-children, and we’re more than happy to help. We’ll pass them to Digital Access West Yorkshire volunteers who are doing an amazing job getting them out via schools.”
Bramley Community Centre is on Waterloo Lane, opposite Bramley Shopping Centre and laptops can be dropped off Monday to Friday, from 9am to 4pm.
Laptops should be five years old or less and able to run Windows 7 as a minimum. they should ideally be wiped, but will be wiped before use.