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Events   Events : UK Amiga Gathering
   posted by IanO on 5-Sep-2008 10:33:22 (4555 reads)
The next 2 months sees Amiga gatherings in Italy (Pianeta) and America ((Amiwest). The Midlands Amiga Group (MAG) are pleased to announce this trend will be continued as on 1st November we are hosting a UK gathering.More details will be announced shortly but we can can confirm this meeting will be held in Coventry and we already have a few interested parties who have pledged their attendance.
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Further details will be anounced here and on the MAG website

http://www.midlandamigagroup.info/index.htm

or

http://www.midlandamigagroup.info/bash.htm
This will be the first opportunity in over 2 years for UK Amigans to meet although anyone is welcome !!

So please put that date in your diary and make this event a success and make your pledges on The MAG website.
    

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Bobsonsirjonny 
Re: UK Amiga Gathering
Posted on 6-Sep-2008 14:15:25
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I may show up also... Be good to escape the #### whole that is Lincoln..

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Rob 
Re: UK Amiga Gathering
Posted on 6-Sep-2008 17:03:26
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Change the show date to the 8th, it will be much better then.

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amigakit 
Re: UK Amiga Gathering
Posted on 6-Sep-2008 19:41:49
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@Rob
8th sounds good

Last edited by amigakit on 06-Sep-2008 at 07:42 PM.


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IanO 
Re: UK Amiga Gathering
Posted on 6-Sep-2008 19:56:38
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We are looking into this date (and any of the successive Saturdays in November) but that will be dependant on rooms being available. We wil certainly do our best to accommodate your request.


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Moxee 
Re: UK Amiga Gathering
Posted on 7-Sep-2008 13:24:23
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Are days in November difficult travel days in the UK due to weather at 51-55 latitude? They can be here at my location of between 46-47 latitude. Although this is a dry sage-brush desert unlike your "Rainy Skies and Gales" as Roger W. sings.


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niceguy1979 
Re: UK Amiga Gathering
Posted on 7-Sep-2008 19:16:14
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@ All

due to Amigakit not being able to make the 1st I am looking into rearranging the date, although I cannot promise anything. The 8th is out of the question, so the 15th is the next logical date. Again, no promises.

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Bobsonsirjonny 
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@ Moxee

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulf_Stream

We'd be like Canada if it were not for the Gulf Stream keeping us a few degrees warmer.. one of the concerns of global warming.. if this shifts, we are royally stuffed... We're just not geared up for snow.. a little bit of snow and the whole country shuts down!

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Moxee 
Re: UK Amiga Gathering
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@ Bobsonsirjonny

That was sure a wealth of information. I've read some of this before. I've also heard that the ocean currents are changing and not bringing up the nutrients from the bottom to keep the ocean food chain going. We have lots of snow here. It comes and goes all winter. But all of this is off topic. I just hope you have fine weather for this gathering.


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