This is a free, online database of public places in Wales where there is free access to computers, the internet and other forms of digital technology. At most of these places, you’ll also find someone to help you with the equipment and what you want to do.
This facility is provided by the Welsh Government’s Digital Communities Wales project, which is run by the Wales Co-operative Centre.
If you are someone who is looking for a place to get online in your local area, you can search by place name or post code. When you do a search, the results will appear as pins on a map that you can click on to see venue contact details. You can also find out whether venues offer certain facilities, such as accessible computer equipment for disabled people.
If you run a community centre, library or another public place where people can get online, you can add details of your premises to the Get Online in Wales database by contacting us.
Get Online in Wales is managed and delivered by the Wales Co-operative Centre.
The Wales Co-operative Centre is Wales’ national body for co-operatives, mutuals, social enterprises and employee owned businesses. They apply co-operative values to strengthening communities and services as well as supporting these businesses.
For over thirty years they have helped organisations and communities by providing responsive, reliable and flexible support.
The Centre delivers major programmes on behalf of the EU (via the Welsh European Funding Office) and Welsh Government. Other funders include Comic Relief and the Nationwide Foundation. We also deliver consultancy services to a wide range of clients.
The Wales Co-operative Development and Training Centre Limited (trading as the Wales Co-operative Centre) is a registered society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014, number 24287 R.