What we're about

We're a community Hub for people who code, or would like to start learning to code.

We offer activities for all ages, levels, languages and software platforms. By hosting family-friendly {Code Club} sessions, informal Open Source meetups, Coding jams and access to Maker workshops and studios.

We aim to give you the opportunity to meet new people, whilst learning to develop software projects, by sharing our knowledge, skills and creative resources. Plus we actively encourage more opportunities for coders like you, to code together and get well-informed coaching as you progress.

Group members are working on all sorts of topics, from games, animations, apps, websites, data, robotics, teaching, cyber security, to maintaining open source software and more!

Are you excited and ready to code? Join us!

Upcoming events (5+)

Linux and Open Source Cafe

Hereford Courtyard Theatre

We are a friendly group who support and promote Linux and Open Source Software in the county via our regular monthly meetings and busy mailing list [herefordshire.lug.org.uk]. Our members are young and old, knowledgeable and new to Linux. We host monthly meetings, usually on the 4th Weds of each month, for Linux and Open Source chat and support amongst our members, plus occasional workshops. You'll find us in the mezzanine cafe at The Courtyard, which has great coffee and good wi-fi. Get on board by joining us and enjoy using Linux and Open Source!

Family Friendly Friday {Code Club} Session

Saxon Hall

We're one of a nationwide network of Code Clubs. Our aim is to inspire the next generation to get excited about computer science and digital making. We provide step-by-step projects that will teach you how to create games, animations and websites. At the same time, you are earning the Key concepts of coding. Our projects are suitable for ages 7 and up, plus are great fun for adults too! Our team of volunteers can teach Scratch, HTML/CSS, Python and 3D Blendr. Along with MIT Lifelong Kindergarten and design thinking skills, to assist you in prototyping your own digital project. We meet Fortnightly, offering two after-school sessions per evening: 4.15pm till 5.15pm: for beginners and children 7-10 years old 5pm till 6pm: for youngsters 10+ alongside intermediate coders Light snacks will be served at 5:15pm. Young coders who are still working on their project may choose to stay until 6pm. Families Welcome, Learn together. Code Club Sessions are Free to attend. As we may have a waiting list, please make sure you RSVP, so we know to expect you. p.s. We're currently looking for a new community venue, with good wi-fi, on the North side of Hereford. Updates coming soon!

Linux and Open Source Cafe

Hereford Courtyard Theatre

We are a friendly group who support and promote Linux and Open Source Software in the county via our regular monthly meetings and busy mailing list [herefordshire.lug.org.uk]. Our members are young and old, knowledgeable and new to Linux. We host monthly meetings, usually on the 4th Weds of each month, for Linux and Open Source chat and support amongst our members, plus occasional workshops. You'll find us in the mezzanine cafe at The Courtyard, which has great coffee and good wi-fi. Get on board by joining us and enjoy using Linux and Open Source!

Family Friendly Friday {Code Club} Session

Saxon Hall

We're one of a nationwide network of Code Clubs. Our aim is to inspire the next generation to get excited about computer science and digital making. We provide step-by-step projects that will teach you how to create games, animations and websites. At the same time, you are earning the Key concepts of coding. Our projects are suitable for ages 7 and up, plus are great fun for adults too! Our team of volunteers can teach Scratch, HTML/CSS, Python and 3D Blendr. Along with MIT Lifelong Kindergarten and design thinking skills, to assist you in prototyping your own digital project. We meet Fortnightly, offering two after-school sessions per evening: 4.15pm till 5.15pm: for beginners and children 7-10 years old 5pm till 6pm: for youngsters 10+ alongside intermediate coders Light snacks will be served at 5:15pm. Young coders who are still working on their project may choose to stay until 6pm. Families Welcome, Learn together. Code Club Sessions are Free to attend. As we may have a waiting list, please make sure you RSVP, so we know to expect you. p.s. We're currently looking for a new community venue, with good wi-fi, on the North side of Hereford. Updates coming soon!

Past events (32)

Family Friendly Friday {Code Club} Session

Saxon Hall

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