Volume 1, Number 1 – August 1981

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I hope that we get enough feedback to make this a regular item – not just a boring list of names and addresses, but what goes on at the meetings, details of any pet projects the clubs are working on, etc. So will members of clubs please twist the secretaries’ arms and get them to send as much information as possible.

The Mid-Sussex Microcomputer Club have sent in samples of their very impressive Newsletter. The club caters for all micros, but if the contents of the Newsletter are anything to go by it has a very strong bias towards Nascoms. The next two meetings of the club will be on Friday, August 21st, and Wednesday, September 16th, at Ardingly College. Further details from the secretary, B. Langton,

Tain, Broadwater Lane, Copsale, Nr. Horsham, W. Sussex, ____ ___.

The Merseyside Nascom Users Group, which claims to be the largest Nascom club in the world, meets on the first Wednesday of each month in the Mona pub in Liverpool (near Pierhead). They are planning to start a regular newsletter in the near future.

Bristol Amateur Radio Society Computer Group, which meets on the last Tuesday of the month at the University Settlement, ______ ____, Barton Hill, Bristol, apparently consists almost entirely of Nascom enthusiasts. Further details – from Terry Rowe, Bristol ______.

There is also the Nascom Group of Bristol Computing Club, run by Noel Wright, _, ________ ____, Redland, Bristol, Tel. _____.

The Cornwall Amateur Radio Society Computer Group has a good proportion of Nascom users. Details from the president, A.H.Hammett, _, ____ ____, Ladock, Truro, Tel. _________ ____ ______

Nottingham Micro-Computer Club meets monthly at Trent Polytechnic. They have sent us a copy of their Newsletter, which contains an interesting list of useful routines in the Nascom ROM Basic. Membership costs £5.00 per annum , Students and OAPs half price, family membership £7.50. Contact the secretary, K. S. Swainson, _, _______ ________, Bulwell, Nottingham, Tel. ____ – ______, or send a sae for a membership form to R. Brumpton, ___, _______ ____, Woodborough, Nottingham, ____ ___

The South Yorkshire Personal Computing Group meets in the Department of Applied Science, Sheffield University (St. Georges Square) on the 2nd Wednesday of the month, at 7.30 pm.

The Kirklees Computer Club has a strong Nascom contingent. They hold informal meeting every Monday in the White Swan pub, Kirkgate, Huddersfield. A newsletter is to be produced, and the production team is headed by a Nascom owner.

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