Midlands show looks for exhibitorsBy Chris Williams. Published: 1st Sep 2003, 23:42:15 | Permalink | Printable
Autumn is going to be busyContinuing our recent theme of usergroup and RISC OS show articles, here's some items that have been brought to our attention.
The ARMClub's Ralph Sillett has reminded us that the Midlands RISC OS show is being held on Saturday 29th November at The National Motorcycle Museum, in Birmingham, UK. The show website is to be updated soon with more details.
According to Ralph, space is available for exhibitors and anyone interested in exhibiting should get in contact to request an exhibitor information pack. As usual, the November show falls a month after the South East show, making Autumn a very busy time for dealers and developers. The Midlands show last year had the honour of hosting the first sale of the new Castle Iyonix, so many this year's events will turn into a first birthday bash.
Briefly moving onto the mainland. German dealers a4 have published some photos from a summer meeting and also from the RISC OS Expo 2003 (images broken at the moment, but we'll keep an eye on them).
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