UK Steampunk Network

I’m not in the UK, but for those of you who are…

Announcing… the UK Steampunk Network!

The UK Steampunk Network is an entirely un-exclusive club house for anyone involved in, wanting to get in involved in, curious about or entirely unaware of the Steampunk scene in the United Kingdom.

The idea is that you come along, tell us about anything Steampunk-esque you’re involved in, organising, attending or know about, and we put it up on the site for other people to get involved in, help organise, attend and otherwise know about. You can leave comments on things other people have written, chat freely on the forum and check the calendar for upcoming events, gatherings and releases.

With a little luck, we can get all the groups and–just as importantly–individuals who like this whole Steampunk thing and live in the UK introduced to each other and talking. We can get the community sharing ideas, sparking off each other, indulging in their passions and doing things together. If you have a few friends you meet up with, you could trade it up for a group large enough to make big outings worthwhile. If you’re wondering why you’re the only person who has seen the (gas)light in your area, you can find out you’re not! If you think Steampunks should descend en masse to a play in your area, you can make it happen!

Okay, we’ve got big dreams. But no one ever got anywhere dreaming small, did they?
We’re over at www.steampunknetwork.co.uk, registration is free and easy and it’s going to be very dull without you.

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6 Responses to “UK Steampunk Network”

  1. UK Steampunk Network ?…………….Page not found!

  2. Oh yes it is apologies.

  3. I made a mistake at first, sorry. It’s fixed now though!

  4. Uk Steampunk Network….page not found…get some wierd pro-palestine banner…?

  5. It looks like the site’s been hacked. I’ve let their administrator know. It should be back up soon.

  6. They need to do a lot of tidying up there. All the threads have been spammed with ads. There appears to be very little to do with the genre. A shame, as we need something like this in the UK.

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