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#tmpompey update

Happy to announce that people who come along to #tmpompey on the 4th July will receive a goody bag with some volcanic ash and moisturiser thanks to Discover the World and some drinks provided by Geography All The Way and Rising Stars.  Thank you you lovely, lovely people!

The event is filling up with a good diversity of speakers including some Primary and Secondary Digital Leaders and the Young Rewired State.

You can sign up here! Hope to see you there Smile

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