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Events   Events : North West Amiga Group Meeting (UK) - 2 August 2019
   posted by spudisgood on 5-Jul-2019 18:05:47 (317 reads)
Greetings!

The next NWAG meeting will take place Friday 2nd August 7pm - 10pm at Murdishaw Community Centre, Barnfield Avenue, Runcorn, WA7 6EP (England).

This is a big one as it will be our first meeting since 2016 and the first of regular slots we have booked at the centre so if you are in the area please come along and show us your support and more importantly your Amiga!

The location is situated accessible from junction 11 or junction 12 of the M56 and is a five minute walk from Runcorn East train station. There is on-site parking and street parking nearby. Subs are 3 per person.

Looking forward to meeting some of you there!

Spud
    

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