I don't think the clubs here in NZ are operating (in a regular working sense), but it seems that some of them just keep in touch on the NZ grapevines. :acorn: A few others here from the Acorn era I will contact to see if they have any of the old resoures that you mentioned.
There appears to be many topics in programming to cover and possibly progressive in some ways, with the "Volumes 1,2,3...", "Toolbox", "C++" and so on.... I see in Martin's comments. I do know of a couple of users not too far from here who I could call on for assistance, but the hardest part is finding time when they are not busy.
It may be a good idea to find a couple more who are interested in working on learning together as a small group! Are there groups doing this in the U.K. or Europe?
Cheers, Steve :cooldude:
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