Staffordshire Oatcake Camp is back
Oatcake Camp is back. After too long a break, we’re up and running again and have a quality line up to encourage you out on a dark winter night.
There will be tea, coffee and cake and three kudos people sharing their learning and experiences. And there will be no powerpoint presentations.
Richard Pickford is regional manager for the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce): an enlightenment organisation committed to finding innovative practical solutions to today’s social challenges.
Women in code
Karen Steel is Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s web editor, a former newspaper editor and is learning how to code. When she’s not found on her yoga mat or on her phone, she can be found telling people about the ‘women in code’ projects she’s passionate about.
Using digital in the police
Our last speaker is Paul Newton, Digital Engagement Lead for Staffordshire’s Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner [OPCC].
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It’s taking place at 6.30pm [doors open from 6pm] on 5 November and it’s free to attend. Only because those wonderful people at Improvement Efficiency West Midlands have kindly sponsored the event for us.
Oatcake Camp is a chance for people to get together and bandy around a few new ideas, meet new peeps, learn new things and have a bit of an all-round interesting night. There’s even the option of a curry afterwards. Now what could be better than that?
There's free wifi at the event. Use #Oatcakecamp to talk about the event on twitter.
The train station is just around the corner and there's a car park just beside the pub [small charge].
Oatcake Camp is brought to you by Emma Rodgers with the kind support of the generous speakers who have given up their time for free.