Want some help with a website? Wanna work out twitter? Maybe you want to podcast?

Kingscrossforecourt Help is at hand in Kings Cross on Wednesday night when a group gets together to help each other out with modern online media. It's free, welcoming and friendly and focussed on the local community and voluntary sector.  SIgn up at the website and find out more there.  If you have some skills you would like to offer sign up at the site too.  See you there at 16 Acton Street from 1700 on Wednesday.

'A social media surgery is a pretty informal gathering of people who want to learn how to use the web to communicate, campaign or collaborate. They are deliberately relaxed. You will get to sit alongside someone who understands good ways to use the internet and they'll show you useful free tools. If you like what you see they can help you set up your own.

'Are you interested in using blogs, text messages, Facebook, Twitter and other free web sites to help a group or organisation that you belong to? Do you already have a web site for your organisation that is difficult or expensive to update? Are you looking for an easier way to promote your activities or to share information, photos and videos online? King's Cross Social Media Surgery is a free advice session for community and voluntary groups, clubs, societies and small arts organisations. Come along to find out how you can use free web sites and services to organise activities, promote events, raise funds, collect feedback from your participants and keep a record of everything you do.'

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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