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Announcement   Announcement : North East (England) Amiga User Group meets again.
   posted by RedMelons on 7-Jun-2005 18:50:47 (1826 reads)
The North East Amiga User Group (NEAUG) is a local group for all Amiga users.

After a period of inactivity following the Newcastle OS4 demonstration, monthly meetings will recommence at 7.30pm on Tuesday 28th June in the Newcastle Arms pub, St Andrews Street, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Please come along and support your local group.
    

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smithy 
Re: North East (England) Amiga User Group meets again.
Posted on 7-Jun-2005 22:04:57
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See you there :)

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cecilia 
Re: North East (England) Amiga User Group meets again.
Posted on 7-Jun-2005 22:47:25
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" Newcastle"????

hmmm, i bet i know what you fellas will be using as refreshments.


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nicholas 
Re: North East (England) Amiga User Group meets again.
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Urine?


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nidave 
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Not going to be able to make it as I will be sunning myself in gran canaria!

Will try and get to the next one.


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RedMelons 
Re: North East (England) Amiga User Group meets again.
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Thanks nidave, hope to see you soon.

I don't know why anybody would prefer Gran Canaria to Newcastle though

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cecilia 
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nicholas

Urine?
i'm expecting lots of embarrassing photos!


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