TEACAKE: How to run your own brewcamp

I like this idea. It could be a great deal of fun. If you don’t already, I suggest you follow Dan Slee on Twitter (search for @DanSlee) and read his blog.

Dan Slee

5279401411_1023ef79b5_bJohn Peel used to say that punk was great because of the DIY ethic.

All you had to do was knock over a phone box, sell your brother’s motorbike and you had enough to record and release a 7″ single.

I quite like that.

Few things have given me greater satisfaction than a DIY project I’ve been involved with that has grown and evolved over the past three years with Si Whitehouse, Andy Mabbett, Kate Sahota, Mike Rawlins and others.

The project, called Brewcamp, brings people together to talk, learn and share in and around local government in the West Midlands. We even have a sporadically updated website here.

I’ve blogged about it before here and I’m re-posting this advice to encourage you to do something similar.

Basically, every two months we find a cafe to meet up for three sessions.

It’s very simple.

1. You find a cafe…

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