Free digital events for all to enjoy in Stockport

To celebrate the launch of our new website and online services and to encourage residents who aren’t using digital yet, we are announcing ‘DigiFeb’.

DigiFeb is a series of events and roadshows offering fun digital activities and learning opportunities across the borough.

On Saturday 18th February we will be hosting Stockport’s first DigiFest from 10:30am to 3pm at Central Library in Stockport. We’ve teamed up with Madlab for lots of fun family activities, including free coding lessons, tech workshops for all ages such as creating electronic badges with LED lights, 3D printing, Minecraft coding, gamecraft and much more.

Visitors will also be able to learn more about getting online, staying safe online and the new features of the council’s online services. If you’re not sure how to use your computer, tablet or smartphone bring it along to our Digi Drop-in and we will help you work it out.

Other digital events happening across Stockport include:

  • Brinnington Digital Roadshow: 9th February 10:30am to 3pm at First House, Brinnington.
    Learn new digital skills, how to find work, save money and get ready for school online.

  • Love Digital! 14th February 10am to 3pm, Offerton Community Centre. Learn to Love Digital: get online, stay safe and save money online.

  • Digital Marketing Workshop: 17th February at the Stockport Business and Innovation Centre. A workshop to help small businesses develop an online profile.

  • Hackfest: 21st and 22nd February at Fred Perry House, Conference Suite. This aims to encourage the development of coding skills in young people aged 14 to 18 and to involve businesses in setting coding challenges.

  • Bridgehall Digital Roadshow: 27th February 10:30am to 3pm at Bridgehall Community Centre. How to find work online, learn new digital skills and how to save money online.

  • Digital Marketing Workshop: 28th February at the Stockport Business and Innovation Centre. A workshop for small businesses that wish to improve their digital presence.

  • #SKhackathon: 4th March from 8am to 8pm at Fred Perry House. A ‘Hackathon’ to help connect local residents with their wider community. This is an event where professionals, amateurs and students (16+) with different skills come together to use data to solve a problem in a short amount of time. Find out more by visiting