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|Location||Linux User Group|
|Berkshire||SCLUG: Silicon Corridor Linux User Group supports users of Linux-based operating systems in Reading, Maidenhead, Slough, Bracknell, Windsor, Newbury, and the surrounding areas.|
|Blackpool||Blackpool Makerspace meets virtually every Saturday at 10am using Jitsi.|
|Birmingham||BLUG: 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.|
|Bradford||BradLUG: 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 & Cotswolds||GLOSLUG: 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.|
|Hereford||Herefordshire LUG meets on the fourth Wednesday of most months, (except December) usually upstairs at The Courtyard, Hereford, from 7.30pm.|
|Keele||StaffsLUG: Staffordshire Linux User Group has been a project of Function Office since 2016.|
|Lincoln||Lincoln 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 Tyne||TLUG: 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 Ipswich||ALUG: 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.|
|Nottingham||NLUG: Nottingham Linux Users Group is a very informal group which meets twice a month or more.|
|Rugby||Rugby 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-Sea||SoSLUG: Southend on Sea Linux User Group is Southend's local fortnightly computing & electronics club.|
|Swindon||Wiltshire LUG serves to assist users of the Linux operating system, promote Linux, and provide a forum for the Linux community of this region.|
|Wellington||SLUG: 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".|
|Wolverhampton||Wolves LUG meet every two weeks to discuss Linux and other Open technologies, eat lots, drink lots and generally hang out and be social.|
London is home to 8 million citizens who communicate using different languages. It is estimated that there are more than 300 different languages spoken in London. London is the 6th biggest French city.