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Take the superhighway to help and advice

The first Internet Cyber cafe in Bradford is to target young people with a series of special rate deals.Officials at the Spider Web Internet Cafe in the city’s Carlisle Business Centre hope people in the district will use the Internet to improve education, social needs and employment initiatives.

Tuhel Miah surfing the Internet back in 1996

They also hope to encourage large and small businesses in the city to make use of the cafe’s facilities.
A spokesman for the Cafe said: Our aim is to provide and encourage the use of new communications technology throughout Yorkshire. We are currently working with Bradford Asian Businesses Association to introduce Asian and mainstream business to the Internet and hope to work in partnership with local businesses, the TEC, Chamber of Commerce and the Council to develop the Internet within the Bradford region.

Young people will be able to take advantage of the special rates that will be offered to them and make use of the training packages offered.

The cafe is an ideal place to spend an hour sipping tea or coffee whilst you browse the world wide web.
Based at the Carlisle Business Centre, Carlisle Road, Manningham, Bradford, the cafe can cater for large groups, conferences, seminars and meetings with full catering facilities.There is also free customer parking in the area.

Tuhel Miah in Telegraph & Argus, 14 January 1997


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