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  1. Alan Colson says:

    They are so easy to run! The only problem is getting people who don’t know about it to find out, so sometimes can be slow to get started, but they can be great fun.

    If you have even just a little knowledge about blogs or social media, then I would recommend going along to one of these, you may learn something, you may be able to help. Either way, it’s a nice feeling to share the knowledge.

  2. John Popham says:

    York SMS 9th December http://yorksms.wordpress.com/

    Sheffield, Bradford, and Hull all in the planning stage.

    And there is the wild, and wacky idea of doing one at next year’s Great Yorkshire Show!

  3. steven tuck says:

    Acocks Green – a fantastic success when these things take on a life of their own and become self supporting – Well done.

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  5. Hannah says:

    Hi,

    We’re doing a SMS drop in this Saturday 21st November at Sheffield Univeristy Enterprise Zone (Portobello, Sheffield, S1 4DP) from 1-4pm. If anyone wants to come along to give us a hand/ get some advice?

    More info at: http://www.bashmash.org

    Hannah

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