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Events   Events : MIDLAND AMIGA GROUP
   posted by IanO on 10-Nov-2005 12:37:41 (1620 reads)
The next meeting of the Midland Amiga Group (MAG) will take place on Saturday 19th November at Dordon Village Hall from 2.00 until 5.00. See the web site for details. This venue is very central and near motorway links so any interested Amigans are welcome. We also hope to announce a partnership deal with Amigakit.com where members of MAG will have the opportunity to receive exclusive discounts.
    

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Ryu 
Re: MIDLAND AMIGA GROUP
Posted on 10-Nov-2005 12:49:50
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And if anyone lives a bit further north feel free to come to the Scunthopre Amiga Group event on the same day.

www.scunthorpe-amiga.webhop.org

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Re: MIDLAND AMIGA GROUP
Posted on 10-Nov-2005 14:08:53
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Is AMIGA the New sponsor of Midland F1 (ex. Jordan Grand Prix, Thanks uncle Eddy ;D ) ?

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Re: MIDLAND AMIGA GROUP
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Re: MIDLAND AMIGA GROUP
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@ Ryu

Which is closest to Nottingham? I still haven't got the hang of this Midlands thing...

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niceguy1979 
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Posted on 10-Nov-2005 17:54:01
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have a look at multimap and stick in the postcode of your house and then the groups and see which one takes the least time to get there.

Perhaps you could do one then the other? It would be great to see some new people turn up. This was half of the reason behind the idea of running the group at different locations. If some people can't attend one then they may be able to make it to the other.

For more information and postcodes etc have a look at the website
MAG Website

cheers :)

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