Midlands 2006 show this monthPublished: 4th Nov 2006, 23:28:00 | Permalink | Printable
As if you'd forgotten about itThe Midlands RISC OS show returns this month, a year after the event was dropped due to lack of interest from exhibitors. The show is set to take place on November 25, in the Featherstone and Hilton Conference and Community Centre, located outside Wolverhampton. The event was cancelled in 2003 after its venue was devastated by a fire, and the 2004 show was one of the first events to be held at the rebuilt National Motorcycle Museum.
The Midlands 2006 organisers, The ARM Club, are charging 40 quid a stand. The show opens between 10am and 4pm, and entrance costs four quid for adults.
• The newly formed RISC OS North East usergroup held their first meeting in Newcastle. Their next gathering is set for February 14, 2007, at the home of Michael Bell. To contact him, email michael (at) beaverbell (dot) co (dot) uk.
Midlands 2006 show website
Organisers' announcement with extra details
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