WROCC prepares Wakefield 2003 showBy Chris Williams. Published: 5th Jan 2003, 17:40:27 | Permalink | Printable
Get your diaries outThe Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club is already gearing up for this year's Wakefield 2003 show by revealing dates, times and other event details. The news was reported first on iconbar.com after the NoughtPointOne team were contacted by Wakefield show co-ordinator Chris Hughes. Our email from Chris must have lost its way but it's not a problem; it appears his email has been reproduced verbatim on iconbar.com.
The show is to be a one day affair and will be held on Saturday, 10th May 2003. The doors will be open from 10am to 4pm and it'll cost five quid to get in (under 16's free if accompanied by an adult). There'll be the usual show theatre and charity stand and the event is sponsored by R-Comp/RCI, Stuart Tyrrell Developments and Spellings Computer Services. Like previous Wakefield shows, it'll be hosted at the Thornes Park Athletic Stadium, this is despite the show being reportedly smaller than previous events.
"The show will again be run and organised by the members and volunteers of the Wakefield RISCOS Computer Club in their spare time", Chris spelt out to iconbar.com. "Please do support both the dedication of these volunteers and the exhibitors attending."
Of course, more details will be released closer to the show. The Wakefield 2003 website is a tad bare at the moment but hey, there's still another four months to go so keep an eye on it.
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