For this month only, special guest host is... Christian from @MAINEMARKTING !
(A slightly later than normal start because of other commitments.)
Shrewsbury Jelly is at Eat Up this month, a friendly place offering some of the best delicacies Shrewsbury has to offer in a quirky way, right in the heart of town. Plug in, connect to the Wi-Fi and work alongside other friendly faces in a lively but relaxed atmosphere at Eat Up restaurant and cafe (@eatupshrewsbury).
Come along from 10:00 to start work, or earlier if you fancy some breakfast first!
The cost? Well it's all free! So what are you waiting for? :-)
Any questions, just contact me.
What is a Jelly?
A Jelly is a casual co-working event. It is the antidote to business and social isolation for home workers, freelancers and self-employed people. We also welcome those thinking about starting up and might need some advice, or use it as a research day. Come along and work with other like-minded people for a day.
We don't charge and there is free WIFI but we do encourage you to purchase lunch and refreshments to say thank you to the venue for giving us a space.
Jelly is not networking! It is a mixture of work, chat, sharing ideas, meeting new people, helping others, passing on tips etc. It's also free, so what's not to like?! Come along and give it a try!
Follow @shropshirejelly on twitter for the latest news and information.
- takes place on the 2nd Thursday of the month.
- runs 10:00-16:00, but come and go as you please.
- and is completely free.
The Basic Format is:
- turn up with a laptop
- take a seat
- do some work
- have a bit of a chat
- eat and drink as needed
- go home
Eat Up, located in the heart of Shrewsbury:
Parking and Transport
Eat Up is right in the middle of town, a 5 min walk from Shrewsbury train station.
Bike is best!
The are various car parks around but even better, use the Park & Ride; cheap and they all stop just up the road by the market square.
The venue doesn't charge to host us or for the WiFi use. So in the spirit of Jelly we encourage you to purchase lunch and refreshments from them to say thank you.