Come to our next Jam!

You can book your free tickets for the Jam through our Eventbrite page embedded below.

Directions

We run the Hull Raspberry Jam at Hull Central Library.

You can see a map showing the library here. The library is really easy to get to, being right in the city centre. There is plenty of nearby parking and public transport too.

About Us

Information about HullRaspJam and Raspberry Jam Events

What is HullRaspJam?

HullRaspJam is the name chosen for the Hull Raspberry Jam event. We have been running HullRaspJam events roughly every other month since our first Jam back in April 2016. We run our events from the Hull Central Library, so we are ideally placed in the centre of town making it easy for everyone to get to us. Our events tend to take the form of workshops and show-and-tells.

What is a Raspberry Jam?

A Raspberry Jam is a meetup of people who are interested in making things with the Raspberry Pi computer and other digital things. They are community run events which are not directly affiliated to the Raspberry Pi Foundation. There are Raspberry Jam events run all over the world, and you can find out where the upcoming ones are by checking out the Jam Map over on the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s Jam pages.

Get Involved

Information about how you can get more involved in what we do

Volunteer

If you would like to volunteer to help running the Jam, please come along and speak with us on the day or drop us a message via Twitter.

Run a Workshop

If you want to run a workshop or have a great idea for one that you think we should run, just fill out this form below!

Show Us Your Project

Have you made something awesome with tech and Raspberry Pi computers? Come along and let us all see what you have created. Fill out this form below to let us know about it.

Projects

Information and links to some of the projects we have been involved with

The Blade Removal Time-lapse

As a community we were lucky enough to be able to create a Raspberry Pi powered time lapse camera which was attached to The Blade before Siemens removed it and transported it through the city centre, back to their factory in Hull. The time lapse video below documents this process. The code and design of this project was worked on collaboratively by the members of HullRaspJam.

All of the Python we wrote for this project and details of how to install it all can be found on our HullRaspJam GitHub repository.