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Code Club: Teesside Christmas Meet-Up
Sat, December 17, 2016, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM GMT
Hello! Code Club are holding a meet-up in Stockton-on-Tees on Saturday, 17th December. This is a festive chance to end 2016 by meeting the people involved in other Code Clubs in our area so we can share resources and help each other. Come along and find out what it's like to run a Code Club, or what other Clubs have been doing.
We've had a change of time to 12-2pm in order not to clash with the Stockton Raspberry Jam which runs from 11am! If you're interested in discovering the Raspberry Pi please join them before our meetup - same place.
Code Club staff and volunteers will be there to answer any questions you have about running or starting a club, and if you have been doing something cool at your Code Club - maybe anything with Scratch, Raspberry Pis or open source projects - and would be interested in doing a lightning talk, we'd love to have you! Get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are already running or hosting a club anywhere in the Teesside or North East area please do come along and say hello, and we are always looking for new volunteers, so whether you are a teacher, developer, parent, self-taught coding whizz or enthusiastic beginner, please feel free to join us at Stockton Library.
Free festive refreshments will be available.
What are the transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The easiest parking option is probably the Riverside car park. You can use the Tees Valley Journey Planner to check public transport links. The library is located in the centre of Stockton with excellent bus connections across the region, and 10 minutes walk from Thornaby railway station on the Transpennine Express main line.
What are the disabled options for getting to and from the event?
There are parking spaces for disabled drivers opposite the library with kerb ramps for wheelchairs. There is an easily accessible toilet for disabled users. Lift facilities are available up to the first floor and the Library Conference Facilities have a hearing loop to aid the hearing impaired.