Raspberry Pi Jam – Birmingham 3rd March

Here’s the link > https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/birmingham-raspberry-jam-big-birthday-bash-tickets-42723409869

Here’s the description >  You are invited to the amazing state-of-the-art Curzon Building at Birmingham City University for the Birmingham Raspberry Jam Party on March 3rd 2018.

The Raspberry Pi turns six years old on March 3rd. We will be celebrating as some of the country’s leading Pi experts and educators will be joining us to get hands-on and to entertain, inspire and educate children, adults and families:

  • workshops and talks
  • showcases
  • prizes
  • and much more.

There will be opportunities to get hands-on with more digital making activities at the workshops, a hackspace area to share projects and you’ll get the opportunity to listen to talks and workshops about the imaginative use of Raspberry Pi.

We do have a number of Raspberry Pi project kits that you can tinker with, but please do bring along your own if you have one. And a keyboard and mouse if you can manage to carry one!

Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult throughout the Raspberry Jam.

Join us for what promises to be an action packed event. More information on speakers and workshops to come.

Book your FREE places now!

This event is organised by volunteers.


Programme and Exclusive Workshops

We will be announcing a number of special one-off workshops as part of the event. You will be able to book on these workshops on the day when you arrive at the venue.

Booking information

Adults with under 16s, when reserving your place on the Raspberry Jam, please be sure to add the appropriate number of additional family members and/or children to your order. Ticket Registration is compulsory and limited.

Get in touch

In the meantime, if you have any specific questions, please contact TIm Wilson tim@raspberrypi.org or Spencer Organ sorgan@keshacademy.com or tweet us @timmy666 or @makercupboard and we will be glad to assist.


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