COMPUTER learning will be available across Wyre Forest with more than £300,000 of Government money.

The Worcestershire Learning Partnership has secured the cash to develop a range of mobile computer learning centres.

The county-wide project will meet the growing demand for computer learning in communities which have already had access to Worcestershire County Council's adult and learning programme.

It delivers courses to more than 700 learners per year in village halls, community centres and first schools.

The largest of the new units will be a computer equipped mobile library, run by the Library Service, which will run IT courses.

It will be supported by a number of smaller units including a mobile ICT and information unit at Kidderminster College.