Welcome to Park View Project

'Bridging the Digital Divide across North Tyneside' 

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Digital Assessment link here:

Digital Self Assessment
Mart Lee volunteer Online Chum mentor
Net Inclusion
Digital Inclusion is not
Social Exclusion because we are getting you 'Online to Offline Community Activities'

Park View Project are witnessing the growing number of older, disabled, unemployed and those not in education or work, who are unable to ‘take control’ over access to essential local services and support because they are not ‘online’.  Many will remember how access to support and help was conducted face-to face. This is rapidly being replaced by an online presence.  Consequently, we are encountering individuals who are confused, frustrated and worried about remaining 'independent at home'.  This situation threatens their quality of life.  Park View Project is aware that Digital Exclusion and Social Exclusion can lead to dependence.  To address these issues and to, importantly, raise awareness we will offer the following support: -    

  • Online & social media workshops – informal and friendly group sessions where you can learn and gain new skills using the internet. Discover how to connect with others & be safe online. We currently run weekly workshops at Shiremoor Centre, Earsdon Road, Shiremoor.

  • Opportunities to get involved in some of our ongoing projects – a chance to use your new skills and meet new people.

  • Get involved in our steering groups such as Website Development Group, Digital First Aid Planning Group. We also keen to ensure our management committee is run by the community for the community. 

Our mission Statement:

 

Provide online community-based help to address the ‘hidden disability’ arising from online challenges that undermine social & economic independence of those experiencing digital poverty or who lack the basic skills to maximise their online presence.

 

This applies to all regardless of age or ability who, in the face of a rapid escalation in digital communication, are experiencing a feeling of 'disconnect' that can threaten their independence and quality of life.

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Rusana, Mart and Vicki Peacock, who is aslo the chair of our community group
Bob and Chris at launch of digital WW1 project
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The Three Muskateers  - Digital Befrienders
Joan Clubbs and Mart Lee at Corbridge Classic Cars project awards _
Get Online and stay safe
Annual Roundup 2019

Park View Project Annual Report 2021

Robbie receiving his new mini tablet form Park View Project
Martin Gooding thanking Park View Project for their contribution towards him accessing digital processes.
Amanda thrilled by her new mini tablet
Simon now has an opportunity to access Zoom training sessions with his new mini tablet
Helen King being a little coy on receiving her new mini tablet
Recipients of our recent #FutureDotNow  support and the Covid 19 Initiative 

We are generously Supported By:

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Opening times: Tuesday & Wednesday 12.00 noon - 6.30 pm 

Park View Project C/O NTDF, Shiremoor Centre, Earsdon Road, Shiremoor, NE27 OHJ Tel: 0191 466 1667

Park View Project is an unincorporated community group formed on 4th January 2013 

Park View Project is compliant with the GDPR legislation that will take EFFECT ON 1ST May 2018 therefore we will record details of all those we serve in accordance with these regulations.