IF you're troubled by tablets, confused by computers, or scared by smartphones, you can find help at digital support sessions taking place at libraries around the county this spring.

The ‘Gateway to Computing’ sessions are organised by Pembrokeshire County Council’s Library Service and hosted by digital volunteers.

Whether you need help to set up an e-mail account, understand your device’s settings, download apps or get the most out of social media, the volunteers will help you to feel more confident using your device.

If you feel daunted by new technology, a one-to-one session will help to improve your digital skills.

The sessions are tailored to suit your individual needs and interests, so please bring along your own device if possible.

Gateway to Computing is completely free, but places are limited. Please contact your local library to book a place.

The sessions are as follows: Fishguard Library, every other Wednesday (2pm-4pm) from April 18; Milford Haven Library and Information Centre, every Wednesday (2pm-4pm) from April 18; Pembroke Dock Library, every Wednesday (10am-12pm) from April 18; Saundersfoot Library and Information Centre, first Tuesday of the month (10am-1pm) from May 1; Tenby Library, every Monday (except Bank Holidays), drop-In (10am-12pm), book (12pm-1pm).