A new social enterprise set up in Market Rasen is already helping to benefit the community.
Enterprising Minds was set up by CG Partnership in Queen Street last month and helps people with mental health difficulties to gain skills in rebuilding and refurbishing computers.
The first of those refurbished computers were delivered to Rasen Hub in Union Street on Friday and are now available for members of the public to use to get online.
Rasen Hub co-ordinator Stella Tuplin said: “This will enable people to come in and get free internet access.
“This can help with job applications or getting vital information which may not be available to those without internet access.
“We’re very grateful to CG Partnership for giving us this opportunity.”
The two computers were delivered and set up by one of Enterprising Minds first recruits Ian Thaiss.
Ray Mason from CG Partnership said: “It’s a great start and we would like to roll this out to other locations too.”
Anyone interested in finding out more about the work Enterprising Minds or the CG Partnership does should contact Ray Mason on 01673 843489 or email firstname.lastname@example.org