South West show set for this SaturdayPublished: 19th Feb 2007, 01:10:10 | Permalink | Printable
Exhibitors list drawn upThe RISC OS South West show is set to take place this coming Saturday at its usual venue - the Webbington Hotel, North Somerset. The show is expected to open at 10am and finish by 4.30pm.
The exhibitors signed up so far include: AAUG, APDL, Archive, CJE Micros, David Snell, Fortran Friends, Icon Technology, Castle (aka Iyonix Ltd), John Norris, MW Software, Orpheus Internet Services, Qercus, R-Comp, RISCOS Ltd, RISC OS Now, The RiscPkg Project, Serious Statistical Software, Spellings Services, and the ARM Club.
The event is also set to feature a games area and charity stand. RISCOS Ltd and Castle (aka Iyonix Ltd) will be holding presentations, along with one as yet unnamed organisation.
Show website - Saturday, February 24, 2007. Tickets cost £3.50 for adults, £2.50 for Foundation and ARM Club members, and under-16s go free.
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