Second Oatcake Camp, being held at the YMCA North Staffordshire in the heart of Stoke.
If you missed it the first time round, or made it and liked what went on, then sign up to come along now. It's a chance to learn things, share ideas and meet new folk while having a cuppa. It's informal and anyone is welcome to come along.
There's a cracking line up with two of Stoke's finest and a Staffordian born and bred. No powerpoint, just good topics, debate and discussion.
There'll be talk about all things public sector, communities, social media or digital. There's three sessions, where you have the chance to talk, ask questions, listen or offer up ideas. They're a friendly bunch offering tea, coffee, cake and even some oatcakes to take away this time.
You can grab a brew from 6pm and it officially kicks off at 6.30pm on Tuesday 26 November and finishes at 8.30pm. Here's what theyre covering on the night:
How do we measure success of community engagement across social networks?
Carl Plant will talk about techniques that can be used to measure whether you're reaching the right people on-line. Carl Plant is Director of BiTjAM Ltd specialising in digital innovation, research and training. He is an experienced Digital Project Manager who has worked regularly in NHS and various public sector organisations, including community management across various nationally recognised organisations.
How can local institutions be #morelikepeople?
Taking Liam Barrington-Bush's new crowdfunded book 'Anarchists in the Boardroom' as a starting point, Clare White will lead a discussion about how we can diversify access to power, connect excluded communities and build smarter cities and villages.
Clare is a Health Education Project Manager with the Workers' Educational Association, a national learning charity, as well as a writer and Stoke-on-Trent enthusiast. Twitter accounts where you can find her are @clarewhite, @weastoke and @visitburslem.
In 2013, is innovation in the public sector dying?
With budgets being cut and jobs being lost, it's never been harder to think creatively. But what are the ingredients needed to innovate? And do you and your team have them?
Co-founder of Comms2point0, Dan Slee is an award winning blogger and speaker. He co-founded the annual Hyper WM event to share innovation in and around local government as well as the Brewcamp meet-ups in the West Midlands. Dan has contributed to digital policy at the EU and Foreign Office. He is also a founding member of the LGA's localgov digital group.
They'll be using the Twitter hashtag #Oatcakecamp for the event. So tell your friends and contribute on-line if you can't get along direct.