An e-safety information evening for parents is returning to Clacton’s Princes Theatre this summer.
The Tendring Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is putting on the sessions to help parents, guardians and carers get up to date with the Dark Web and internet safety.
It includes facts and figures, and information on popular apps and how to make sure your children use them safely – and which to avoid. It is aimed at parents with children in, or about to go into, school years 1-9.
Two popular events were held last month, but the first and most-booked session had to be cancelled due to heavy snowfall.
It has now been re-booked for Tuesday 24 July, allowing parents who missed out first time around to attend.
The event is free, but tickets should be booked by using the link princestheatre.ticketsolve.com