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Next Central Birmingham Social Media Surgery – Wed 15th July

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Acocks Green Social Media Surgery - image Paul Henderson

Acocks Green Social Media Surgery - image Paul Henderson

Having sprouted a local surgery in Acocks Green (and the idea spreading even further to Brighton), the original Birmingham Social Media Surgery returns to Fazeley Studios for another session of free help and advice for Birmingham based voluntary and community organisations wanting practical help with getting their heads around social media.

When & Where

Next CENTRAL BRUM Surgery: Wednesday, July 15th, 2009 drop in anytime between 5.30pm to 7.00pm at Fazeley Studios, 191 Fazeley Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 6DR,  link to map. (not BVSC) It’s opposite the Bond and a go kart track. Push the large pale blue door with the silver door knob.

To sign up please fill in the form below or leave a comment (your first challenge if you’re new to this sort of stuff!)

What are they all about?

Volunteers from the Birmingham bloggers group are offering to show voluntary and community groups in the city how you can make best use of social media. It doesn’t matter if you are the head of communications at a major charity or an active citizen in your neighbourhood, if you’re at all curious come along.

More about what goes on at a surgery and how it can help you and your group here.

3 Responses to “Next Central Birmingham Social Media Surgery – Wed 15th July”

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