This coming Tuesday the Open Knowledge Foundation are organizing an Open Data Maker Night in London at the Centre for Creative Collaboration!
* When: Tuesday 19th March, 18:00 – 21:00
* Where: [Centre for Creative Collaboration (C4CC)](http://www.creativecollaboration.org.uk/), 16 Acton Street, London [(see map)](http://www.creativecollaboration.org.uk/where.php)
* Signup: Just [one-click RSVP on our London Meetup page](http://www.meetup.com/OpenKnowledgeFoundation/London-GB/900922/) so we can get an idea of numbers!
This will be an informal event focused on “making” with open data – whether that’s creating apps or insights. It won’t be a general meetup – if you come, expect to get pulled into actually building something, though we won’t force you!
We’ll have some quick introductory talks from David Miller of [Open Healthcare UK](http://www.openhealthcare.org.uk/) about the great things you can do with open health data, and Rufus Pollock on how to dig into the the government’s finances — and there’s space for more, just leave a comment below.
You don’t need to be a geek or an expert to participate – an interest and a willingness to get your hands dirty (digitally) making something is all that is needed. If you already have an idea or a problem you’d like to solve or investigate that’s even better!
See you there!