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Events   Events : Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
   posted by Ryu on 26-Feb-2005 16:35:54 (2823 reads)
Thats right folks, it is going ahead. Venue is booked and the shows more informative website is online. Please point your browsers to www.IntuitionBase.com/SCAG

*updated, raffle prizes anounced and more*

read on for more information.


The show is more of a social event that a computer show, all are welcome. Bring whatever hardware you want to bring along or bring none at all. Its totally upto you.

If your staying over in Scunthorpe theres even a chance to have a meal with like minded people and have a good old knees up.

I hope to see some of you there.

Yours
Darren "Ryu" Glenn
Webmaster: www.IntuitionBase.com

*update*

SCAG is now officially sponsored by AmigaKit who have donated Quake2 (Amiga version) and a PCMCIA networking kit for the raffle.

So now the raffle prizes stand as:

1st Prize: Quake2 and Freespace, both Amiga versions

2nd Prize: PCMCIA Networking kit

There could possibly be a 3rd prize too.
    

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L8-X 
Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
Posted on 26-Feb-2005 18:45:00
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Cool, click on the graffiti wall to enter....erm "404"


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Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
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Cool, ticket pre-paid.

See you there

 
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Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
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@L8-X

Youll be loading either a local cache or a remote proxy cache.. Reload or put a ? at the end of the url or even add index.php to the end..


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Hmm, sorted! Index.php worked.


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Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
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@Ryu

Wow, I give you alot of credit for taking on a Gathering like this!

Can see a club doing this, but for one person to take this on.....like well done.


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Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
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Thanks Interesting

It's all in the name of community spirit.. Now lets see if I do have a community around me


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Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
Posted on 27-Feb-2005 16:39:32
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Bit of an update...

SCAG is now officially sponsored by AmigaKit who have donated Quake2 (Amiga version) and a PCMCIA networking kit for the raffle.

So now the raffle prizes stand as:

1st Prize: Quake2 and Freespace, both Amiga versions

2nd Prize: PCMCIA Networking kit

There could possibly be a 3rd prize too.

Id be greatfull if the powers that be could update my news item and possibly bump it up to the top of the news pane?


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Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
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I'll possibly be there if I can figure out some way of getting to Scunthorpe that isn't totally mad or insanely expensive. National Express wants me to sit in one of their sardine tins for 12 hours to get there


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Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
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@DrBombcrater

Where are you coming from? Maybe someone else from your area wants to go and you could arrange something?


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Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
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er where is scunthorpe by the way


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bugg: it's in the uk


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Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
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@bugg

I did put a link to a map showing where Scunthorpe is on the SCAG website .

Scunthorpe is a short train ride away from Leeds :P


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Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
Posted on 28-Feb-2005 15:58:58
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Where's Leeds?


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Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
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Another bit of an update...

More raffle prizes

Now the raffle stands as follows:

First Prize
Freespace by Hyperion (Donated by yours truely Darren "Ryu" Glenn)
Quake2 by Hyperion (Donated by AmigaKit)
and AmigaForever6 by Cloanto (Donated by Amiga-Centre.co.uk)

Second Prize
A1200 PCMCIA Networking Kit (Donated by AmigaKit) AmigaForever6 by Cloanto (Donated by Amiga-Centre.co.uk)

Third Prize
Computer HeadSet (Donated by yours truely Darren "Ryu" Glenn)
Selection of old Amiga and CD32 games (Donated by Alan "The_leander" Fisher)

Its unlikely that anymore prizes will be added to the list, those should do


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Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
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Blinks..

KEADBY

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Man, I will be really mad at myself if I cant make it to there.

My Grandma lives about 20 yards down the road from that venue, an there relatives all over.

Wonder if I got room to fit my CD32, with AlienBreed SE in it.
I got a couple Demo CDs.. Pinball Illusions is popular.. Im still trying to find the rest of the CDs I got though.

Hmm, Or an A600 with MegloMania..

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You can never have too many Amigas 8)

For sale, Atari 520STFM, and an Apple II, need to make room for more Amigas 8)


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Cool, hope to see you there

If you want to bring any kit just drop me an email.


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mikey_c:

Leeds, they are getting ready for their next game ofcourse!.


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Re: Scunthorpe Amiga Gathering 2005
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im going,
i'm being dragged kicking and screaming by amigadude.

I've got a A3000 with a 040 accelerator and a problem that I could bring along so people could solve my problem for me or I got a linux box with AROS which would you prefer me to bring??

oh and toaks what you rambling on about??

Last edited by bugg on 03-Mar-2005 at 03:06 AM.
Last edited by bugg on 03-Mar-2005 at 03:03 AM.


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@bugg

bring whatever you like dude, just drop me an email letting me know what you decide to bring.. I need to know so I can organise the table layout before I open the doors on the day.


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