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Linux Around The World: England

Last Updated on February 20, 2023

Map of EnglandOfficial Language: English
Population: 56.5 million
Capital: London
Currency: Pound sterling (GBP)
Major Industries: England’s economy is dominated by services industries. These include retail, hospitality, professional services, business administration and finance

England is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. England shares land borders with Wales to its west and Scotland to its north.

The United Kingdom is located off the north-western coast of mainland Europe. It consists of 4 countries: England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.

User Groups

LocationLinux User Group
BerkshireSCLUG: Silicon Corridor Linux User Group supports users of Linux-based operating systems in Reading, Maidenhead, Slough, Bracknell, Windsor, Newbury, and the surrounding areas.
BlackpoolBlackpool Makerspace meets virtually every Saturday at 10am using Jitsi.
BirminghamBLUG: Birmingham Linux User Group works by mutual consent and decisions (such as they are) will usually be taken by people who come to their meetings.
BradfordBradLUG: Bradford Linux Users Group is a self-help group for Linux, Open Source and Free Software users in and around the Bradford District, West Yorkshire.
Gloucestershire & CotswoldsGLOSLUG: Gloucestershire and Cotswolds Linux User Group aims to support each other in using Linux or other Free Software products, and to promote their use within the county.
HerefordHerefordshire LUG meets on the fourth Wednesday of most months, (except December) usually upstairs at The Courtyard, Hereford, from 7.30pm.
KeeleStaffsLUG: Staffordshire Linux User Group has been a project of Function Office since 2016.
LincolnLincoln LUG is a social group who meet once a month to discuss the latest Linux news, free software and open-source related projects.
Newcastle upon TyneTLUG: Tyneside Linux User Group has informal drop ins and occur between 12 noon and around 3pm on the first Saturday of each month.
Norwich and IpswichALUG: Anglian Linux User Group is a group of Linux loving geeks primarily based in Norfolk and Suffolk but the LUG covers the whole of the East Anglia area.
NottinghamNLUG: Nottingham Linux Users Group is a very informal group which meets twice a month or more.
RugbyRugby LUG is an active and growing group in the West Midlands who share an interest in Free and Open Source software and hardware.
Southend-on-SeaSoSLUG: Southend on Sea Linux User Group is Southend's local fortnightly computing & electronics club.
SwindonWiltshire LUG serves to assist users of the Linux operating system, promote Linux, and provide a forum for the Linux community of this region.
WellingtonSLUG: Shropshire Linux User Group has "the desire to learn and use Linux in better ways, and to share our discoveries with others who share our quest for knowledge".
WolverhamptonWolves LUG meet every two weeks to discuss Linux and other Open technologies, eat lots, drink lots and generally hang out and be social.

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