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    Weʼve raised £60 to fund better WiFi for Bridgend Code Club!

    Bridgend, UK
    Funded on Sunday, 31st March 2019

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    Bridgend Code Club has been running for 4 years, every Saturday morning, free of charge due to wonderful volunteers and the Compassion Church on Nolton Street providing a venue. It teaches coding skills to the younger generation that helps them get ahead on their future jobs, whilst making friends and having fun.

    The only problem is the WiFi is slow... well it is a Church rather than Google HQ. Help the church afford a faster tariff and some amplification hardware, so that the club can continue to attract children to use their love of computers and learn how to programme apps, games and more.

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      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Dec 8, 2018

      • Paula Langstone

        Paula Langstone

        Dec 1, 2018

        Happy to do this for all our Saturday code clubbers ❤️❤️

        £10.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Dec 1, 2018

        Let's speed things up!!

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      Jacqui Murray

      Jacqui Murray

      Bridgend, UK

      Mum of one of the code club members and supporter of the group!

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