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  • Anglian LUG
    Anglian Linux User Group: based in the UK and primarily cover the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge and Essex although members are encouraged from all over the universe and will be made to feel welcome
  • BLAG
    Brixton Linux User Group
  • BLUG
    Bedfordshire Linux Users Group
  • Cambridge Linux User Group
    meetings are held every Sunday in Cambridge. On the First and Third Sundays of the month, meetings are held at the six bells. On the Second and Fourth weeks,meetings are held at CB1, Cambridges Cyber Cafe
  • Cleveland LUG
    a community of people interested in the Linux operating system and using and promoting Open Source Software
  • D&C LUG
    Devon and Cornwall Linux Users Group
  • DLUG
    Derry/Londonderry Linux Users Group: a social group meeting wherever we can with the aim of encouraging and helping people to start using the Linux operating system. Anyone is welcome to join, membership is free and it doen't matter what you experience with Linux is you will be welcomed at out little group
  • Dorset LUG
    The Dorset Linux User Group (LUG) was formed in May of 2000 and currently has around 100 members. We aim to support users of Linux at home and in business by providing a community forum for discussion and the exchange of ideas.
  • EdLUG
    Edinburgh Linux User Group: metings are held on the first Thursday of the month at 7.30pm in the back room of The Holyrood Tavern, Holyrood Road, Edinburgh.
  • ELUG
    The Essex Linux User Group.
  • Exeter LUG
    Exeter LUG computer user group is open to anyone with an interest in computers.
  • Falkirk LUG
    set up to act as a focal point for linux users in the Falkirk area and provide a forum for exchange of ideas and skills on Linux
    Greater London Linux User Group: purpose is to bring together Linux users so they can share experiences and expertise, to chat about the state of the (Linux) world, that sort of thing
  • GlosLUG
    Gloucestershire and Cotswolds Linux User Group
  • Hackspace Manchester
    Hackspace Manchester is a Hackspace, a community-run arts, science and technology club.
  • HantsLUG
    Hampshire Linux User Group: has a committee and a constitution, although for the most part it's run as an anarchy
  • Herefordshire LUG
    Herefordshire Linux Users Group: we aim to provide a County wide group for those interested in the various Linux Operating Systems and the opportunities offered by the Free Software foundation
  • Hertfordshire Linux User Group
    a new and informal group who hold meetings in Stevenage for anyone interested in Linux or the Linux based RaQ Web server
    The Huddersfield Linux User Group
  • Hull LUG
    Hull LUG (Linux User Group) is small group of computer enthusiasts who share a love for Linux. We are based in Hull, East Yorkshire, UK and welcome members from surrounding areas as well as those living in Hull itself.
    Imperial College Linux Users Group: intends to provide you with information about Linux and the Linux User Group here at Imperial College of Science and Technology London
  • Isle of Man LUG
    We are a friendly and growing group for GNU/Linux, Open Source and Free Software users in the Isle of Man.
  • Kent Linux Group
    Kent Linux Group (KLUG) are a group of like minded linux, open source and computer enthusiasts . We meet once a month at one of a number of locations throughout Kent.
    Leicester Linux Users Group provides an informal forum for Linux users in Leicestershire and surrounding areas to meet and chat about their interest.
  • Lincoln LUG
    We are a Linux User Group (LUG) who meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month to discuss free and open source issues, swap tech stories and generally have a good old natter over a few beverages.
  • LivLUG
    Liverpool Linux User Group (LivLUG). We are a group of people who use GNU+Linux. We meet on twice a month; on the first Wednesday evening of each month and on a Saturday afternoon mid-month.
  • Lonix
    a London Linux User Group that meets at Picadilly Circus in the first week of every month
    Linux User Group of Glastonbury: based at St. Dunstan's Community School Glastonbury the Linux User Group aims to give the local community in and around Glastonbury access to the Linux Operating System as well as the many Free and Open Source Applications that can run on it as a platform
  • LULU
    Loughborough Linux Users:
    Luton and St Albans Linux User Group
  • Manchester Digital Laboratory
    Calling all geeks, artists, designers, illustrators, hackers, innovators and idle dreamers; the Manchester Digital Laboratory is here for you!
  • ManLUG
    Manchester Linux User Group
  • Milton Keynes LUG
    aims to provide advice and support to computer users before, during and after they install the Linux operating system
  • MLUG
    Mansfield Linux User Group: aim of providing an informal forum for Linux users in Mansfield (Notts, UK) and surrounding areas to meet and chat about their interest and hopefully in the furure organise discussions on relevant topics of interest to the group
    North-East Linux User Group: meets monthly in Durham
    North Wales Linux User Group
  • OxLUG
    Oxfordshire Linux User Group
  • PLUG
    The Preston and Lancashire Linux user group is open to everyone in the area who is interested in Linux. New or experienced users are welcome.
  • Rossendale Linux User Group
    A group of friendly technology enthusiasts with a particular interest in Linux who meet monthly on the 4th Monday at Edenfield Cricket Club for a hands on or presentation based session. We also meet on 2nd Monday of the Month for a Social session at the Hare & Hounds Ramsbottom.
  • Rugby LUG
    Rugby Linux User Group: affiliated with the Coventry Linux User Group
    South Birmingham Linux User Group: founded in June 2001 as a tentative replacement for the original Birmingham Linux User Group which has (by all accounts) been defunct for some time
  • SLUG
    Shropshire Linux User Group
  • SLUG
    Sussex Linux User Group
  • SlugBug
    Sheffield Linux Users Group and BSD Users Group
  • SosLUG
    Southend on sea Linux User Group : Group meetings held once a week each Thursday night from 8pm
  • South West (UK) Linux User Group
    we provide freebie CDs, Linux job listings, a Linux search, help and support and an exclusive Linux Format Magazine subscription offer
  • Surrey & Hampshire Hackspace
    Surrey & Hampshire Hackspace, a group of geeks who would are trying to found a hackspace somewhere around the Surrey/Hampshire border
    South Wales Linux User Group
  • TLUG
    Tyneside Linux Users Group provides support and advocacy for the users of Linux in the Tyneside area. The group was founded in July 1999
  • West Wales LUG
    exists to act as a focal point for Free Software users old and new in the West Wales area
  • Wiltshire LUG
    Wiltshire Linux User Group: serves to assist users of the Linux operating system, promote Linux, and provide a forum for the Linux community of this region
    Wigan and St. Helens Linux User Group: set up in mid 2003 due to there being a total lack of any sort of LUG in the Wigan, Warrington, St. Helens and Knowsley areas of Merseyside
  • Wolves LUG
    meets in The Standard Indian restaurant in Wolverhampton
  • Worcs LUG
    Worcestershire Linux User Group: a group that plans to have meetings at least once a month to get discuss Linux, drink some beer and have a good time
    West Wales Linux User Group: This group has been set up to act as a focal point for Linux users old and new in the West Wales area
    West Yorkshire Linux Users Group is a group of inviduals who use or are interested in GNU Linux and Open Source software. Our aim is to offer informal help and guidance to GNU Linux and Open Source software users through events, meetings, our email lists and of course their website.
  • YLUG
    York Linux Users' Group: a group of Linux enthusiasts from York and the surrounding area. The LUG is geographically based around the University of York, but is open to everyone, and the membership includes a good proportion of non-university people. There is a wide range of levels of expertise and experience in the LUG and new members are always welcome

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