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Next Central Birmingham Social Media Surgery – March 2010

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The next CENTRAL Birmingham Social Media Surgery will take place on Tuesday 9 March from 5.30-7pm at thestudio.

Thestudio is bang in the middle of the city centre – situated on 7 Cannon Street, B2 5EP. To get to Cannon Street take a right turn off New Street after H&M. You can see the location on their map here.

If you belong to a Birmingham-based community or neighbourhood group or charity please come and join us. You can drop in any time between 5.30pm and 7pm.

The surgeries are organised by volunteer members of the Birmingham Bloggers group. Surgeons work as friendly advisors giving informal one-to-one help to show you how to make the best of social media. You can find out what normally happens at a Social Media Surgery here. All local charities and voluntary organisations are invited. John Popham has done a couple of videos which may give you a feel for what the surgeries are like.

We’d like to know how many people are coming, so please sign up by filling out the form below.

How do I get to the new venue? From New Street Station walk down the ramp out of the Pallasades, turn left onto New Street (past H&M) and Cannon Street is the first road on the right. The studios are further up on the right (opposite Jigsaw), and the restaurant is on the second floor.

One Response to “Next Central Birmingham Social Media Surgery – March 2010”

  1. […] The surgeries are organised by volunteer members of the Birmingham Bloggers group. Surgeons work as friendly advisors giving informal one-to-one help to show you how to make the best of social media. You can find out what normally happens at a Social Media Surgery here. All local charities and voluntary organisations are invited. John Popham has done a couple of videos which may give you a feel for what the surgeries are like. We’d like to know how many people are coming, so please sign up by filling out the form on the BeVocal blog. […]

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