Low cost computing in Bristol


If you are not connected we want to help you get your first computer. Bristol Computer Reuse is a citywide project who work with stocks of computers that are no longer required by the council and other local businesses. They refurbish the machines and make sure they are ready to be used by new owners. The scheme is supported by Bristol City Council and through it you can apply for a computer from as little as £50.

You can apply for a low-cost PC or laptop if you meet any one of the following criteria:

  • You are on a low income

  • You are over 65

  • You have a disability

  • You have a child that receives school meals

  • You have a child that needs access to a computer for educational purposes

  • You are in receipt of means tested benefits

  • You are a full-time carer

You will receive a computer or laptop ready to go (you will just need to plug it in!), a six-month hardware warranty and telephone support.

Interested? You simply need to fill in an on-line form  at  www.bristolcomputerreuse.org or fill in one of the Bristol Computer Reuse forms available from your Housing Officer. 

For more information you can contact Nathon or Andrew at Bristol Computer Reuse on 0117 3706 375 or look on www.bristolcomputerreuse.org