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Next Central Birmingham Social Media Surgery – Wednesday 23 September


It’s almost a year since the first Birmingham Social Media surgery began to help voluntary and community groups in Birmingham make the most of social media and the web.

Now it’s back to school and time to lock in after the lazy summer, and the Social Media Surgery returns to its central base at the Fazeley Studios, Digbeth.

When and where?

CENTRAL BRUM Social Media Surgery: Wednesday 23 September, 2009 at the Fazeley Studios, Digbeth between 5.30pm and 7pm. The Fazeley Studios are situated on 191 Fazeley Street, Digbeth, Birmingham B5 6DR (link to map), opposite The Bond. The Studios have large pale blue doors with a silver door knob, and you are welcome to drop in at any time.

Simply fill in the form below or leave a comment.

What is a Social Media Surgery?

The surgeries offer informal one-to-one advice on how to use social media to benefit your charitable organisation or community group. They are run by volunteers form the Birmingham Bloggers group and their advice is friendly and approachable with your needs as the focus. Everyone is invited, whether you’re the head of communications at a major charity, an active citizen in your neighbourhood, or just curious.

Find out more about what goes on at a Social Media Surgery here.

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