Christmas 2007 show fully booked upPublished: 10th Nov 2007, 00:39:22 | Permalink | Printable
Final exhibitor list publishedThe RISC OS Christmas 2007 show is fully booked with exhibitors, its organisers said this week. The event will be hosted at a swanky Warwickshire venue in December, according to organisers the ARM Club and the Midlands User Group.
It's hoped punters unable to make it to the other big shows of the year in the north and south of the country can drop by the Midlands-based event to pick up some early Christmas presents.
The list of exhibitors includes: The ARM Club; The Midlands User Group; Castle; RISC OS Open; RISCOS Ltd; APDL; VirtualAcorn; R-Comp; Icon Technology; MW Software; Serious Statistical Software; CJE Micros; the NetSurf team; Archive, RISC OS Now; Fortran Friends and campanologist John Norris. For full details, see the links below.
The Christmas show takes place on Saturday December 1 at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, which is located two minutes from junction 12 of the M40. Doors will be open from 10.30am to 4pm. Entry costs four quid or three pounds for ARM Club and MUG members. Entry is free for the under-12s.
The ARM Club's Ralph Sillett said: "The show is now fully booked. For those wishing to have a look around the motor museum, there will be a discount on the entry fee."
Download the show information pack
The event's website
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