Paul Sturgess

Web Meet Guildford is back

After the resounding success of the first Web Meet Guildford (WMG) we’re excited to announce that we’ll be hosting another meetup later this month.

So if you make websites and you live or work in the Guildford area, please do join us in the 3 Pigeon’s pub on Guildford High Street for a drink on the 27th January from 6pm.

People at WMG 01

As per last time, we have hired out the upstairs of the pub and will have a tab behind the bar to start the evening off.

The turnout back in November was excellent and with the fresh new year and renewed enthusiasm after the Christmas break we’re already looking forward to meeting everyone.

Please spread the word and you can let us know if you’ll be popping along by leaving a comment here on our blog or on Twitter via @kyanmedia.

 

Tags: wmg, twitter, meetup, guildford

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Comments: 9

Sam Evans
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Hi Guys.

The Bite Crew will be there. Looking forward to it...

Kevin Davies
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Looking forward to making this one!

David Peck
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I'm up for it. It will be great to meet you all (and have a mid week beer, of course).

Niklas Richardson
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Some of us from Monochrome will be there! See you there.

Cheers

Niklas

Joanna
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Will be there, looking forward to it! :)

Nikki
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See you there :)

Dan
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Damn, missed it :( Planning any more?

This is a really good idea, especially for me - I'm just starting out freelancing.

Robin
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Hi Dan, yes, we’re planning more. Keep checking back on the blog, we’ll post when another one is upcoming.

Chris
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I'll be there - hope I'm not too late in announcing this...

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