RISC OS shows approaching: Midlands and overseas..By Chris Williams. Published: 14th Nov 11:48:08 | Permalink | Printable
As two important RISC OS shows approach, we decided to report and what is to be expected..
The first is the German Acorn User Treffen Ost meeting, held in eastern Germany. The date is the 25th Novemeber and further details can be found at www.a4com.de
Next is the usually successful Midlands show, organised by the Armclub. Held at The National Motorcycle Museum near Birmingham, on 2nd December 2000, details on getting to the event are available from the Armclub website. The following companies and organisations have confirmed that they will be exhibiting, you may notice many familar faces:
Acorn User Magazine
Chris Morison (Organizer)
Clares Micro Supplies
Cumana / Canon Computing
David Snell (ProCAD)
R-Comp and R-Comp Interactive
RISC OS Ltd
Serious Statistical Software
The show will be open from 10am to 4.30pm and there will be an entrance fee of £2.50 (£1.50 for club members) with accompanied children under the age of 14 admitted free. Like the Epsom show, this event is well worth a visit.
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