Christmas 2007 show announcedPublished: 11th Aug 2007, 13:22:40 | Permalink | Printable
Jingle bells, jingle bellsOn what must be the hottest day of the year at Drobe towers, The ARM Club and the Midland User Group have announced details of this year's Christmas 2007 RISC OS show. The two groups have clubbed together to organise the event to be held on Saturday December 1 in Warwickshire.
Dealers CJE Micros and APDL, and developers RISCOS Ltd, have confirmed they will be exhibiting. Other companies are being sought to fill the stands and further updates are expected from the show committee. The event is being hosted at the swanky Heritage Motor Centre, pictured.
A organiser told Drobe: "Following on from last year's successful resurrection of the Midlands show, the ARM Club and MUG have this year joined forces again to organise this popular pre-Christmas event.
"This year the show is at a new premier class venue the Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon which is just 2 minutes from Junction 12 of the M40 motorway."
The show will open from 10.30am to 4pm. Entry is four quid for adults, three quid for ARM Club and MUG members, and under-12s go free.
The RISC OS Christmas show 2007 website
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