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CamJelly at ideaSpace

CamJelly

Friday 21st February, midday - 5pm

Everybody's welcome, just announce yourself at the reception in the Hauser Forum and tell them that you're there for CamJelly and you'll collected by Phil or Mark.

Jelly is a casual event so there’s no expectation people will turn up at the start time and stay till the end. As ideaSpace kindly provide the wifi along with tea and coffee throughout the day CamJelly encourages all visitors to donate a payment of £1 per hour to cover these expenses.

From around 4:00pm to 5:00pm ideaSpace will be sponsoring some cold beers. So after a long week working in the bedroom, Starbucks or your garden shed why not join us for some coworking, informal chat and a cold one?

Click HERE for more info and to sign up.

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