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Internet safety information evening for children to be held in King’s Lynn

PUBLISHED: 10:32 16 September 2018 | UPDATED: 10:32 16 September 2018

One reader is concerned about about the state of information technology. Picture: Sonya Duncan

One reader is concerned about about the state of information technology. Picture: Sonya Duncan

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After a successful first event, a second internet safety information evening is being held in west Norfolk.

On Tuesday, September 25, the Freedom From Abuse event for parents and children from Year 6 will take place at the King’s Lynn Fire Station in Kilhams Way, from 5pm until 7pm.

The evening gives children and parents the oppurtunity to talk about how to keep safe while browsing online. There will also be a competition to create a flyer with the winner taking home a £25 Amazon voucher.

A child who attended the event when it was held in June said: “I learnt new information, nobody has ever told me this before and it is so important.”

A parent who also attended said: “The best investment you will make for your online wellbeing.”

Places are limited and booking is essential. Contact Jean Rochford on 07825 774181 or email jean.rochford@btinternet.com.


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