Emulation, bounties, and more at the next Wakefield meeting

If you’re local to Yorkshire on 4th November, where ‘local’ in this case means you have access to a suitable computer (or mobile phone or tablet) and and internet connection wherever you are in the world, then you might wish to attend the next Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club meeting, which takes place online that evening.

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News nybble: The Wakefield Club’s charity auction is now live

The charity auction announced a couple of days ago by the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club is now live. If you want to bid on a Deuce case, custom designed by RISCOSbits to commemorate the 2020 Wakefield Show, which had to be cancelled due to the pandemic, point your web browser at its eBay listing and place your bid now! The proceeds from the auction will be go to the Wakefield Hospice, which is usually supported by the Club on the charity stand at the annual show – so please…

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Wakefield Show prize draw for 2020 morphs into a charity auction

The Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club, organisers of the Wakefield Show, have for some years now run a prize draw at the show, with tickets available from the Club stand, and a selection of RISC OS-related prizes for the winner(s). Prizes for the draw are usually provided to the group by exhibitors, and because 2020 was to be the 25th annual Wakefield Show, the first prize planned for this year was something out of the ordinary: Andy Marks of RISCOSbits had produced a specially designed version of the Deuce case.

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Wakefield Zoom meeting – 5th August – open to all

With a trio of talks to tempt you in The next meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) is coming up and, in keeping with the current restrictions on gatherings, will once again be an online event. However, unlike the last meeting, which was for members only, this one is open to anyone who registers a wish to attend.

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Hear about RISC OS Direct in Wakefield on 2nd June

Without setting a foot outside your own door! Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) meetings routinely take place at the West Yorkshire Sports and Social Club – but those regular meetings have been put on hold by the current health crisis. However, the lockdown situation doesn’t necessarily mean meetings are prevented altogether, only that they can’t involve people gathering in the same physical location. With that in mind, the group has scheduled a meeting, with a presentation by Steve Fryatt, to take place using video conferencing system Zoom – the…

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