Subject: ANT to attented Vintage computer festival
Posted: 15 Oct 2013 @ 15:54
To mark the 25th year of the Amiga computer, members of ANT and LAG user-groups, will be hosting an Amiga fair as part of the Vintage Computer Festival, being held within the grounds of the The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park, UK.
For more information please visit the vcf page here.
Subject: Amiga revival show pics up
Posted: 11 May 2009 @ 11:48
Subject: Amiga Revival show
Posted: 14 Oct 2009 @ 19:39
On december 12th 2009 amiga north thames are hosting the first Amiga Revival fair. For full details and floor plan see http://amiganorththames.co.uk/revival.html
Subject: News page re-jigged
Posted: 13 Mar 2009 @ 15:22
Though no one will see any difference :)
Amiga North Thames is a computer user group, based in North East London (uk) which was started back in January 1999. We are a dedicated bunch of enthusiasts who fondly remember the computer that history forgot, the Amiga range of Computers originally built by Commodore International.
Despite Commodore's death, the Amiga continues to survive even with the many changes of ownership. Now after many years of legal wrangling, the future of the AmigaOS is in good hands once more and moving forward.
The Operating System, AmigaOS, has been updated to meet todays needs, but remains as fast and as compact today as it always was..
We meet up once a month and discuss, demonstrate and provide free technical support to each other and new members. We also arrange head to head or multi-player gaming session s– this could be from anything from Stunt Car Racer, Sensible Soccer, Skidmarks right up to Freespace 2 and beyond.
Got a Classic Amiga and want to upgrade it? Maybe you are interested in getting one of the newer SAM AmigaOS4.x compatible boards by Acube Systems or even the new Amiga X1000 Computer? Perhaps you have acquired an older AmigaOne Computer?
Whatever your Amiga needs, we can help you in getting started on the Amiga hobby.
We can help you to get the most out of your system, like adding more memory, hard drives, USB, graphics cards, optical drives, utilities, games, applications etc, etc, whatever you need we are here to help.
Amiga North Thames remains the UK's longest running and most successful Amiga enthusiast group covering London and the South-East. We offer a warm welcome to anybody who prefers computing with all the fun that Windows took away.
Admittance is free for your first meeting, thereafter it is £5.00 per meeting.
There are no membership fees.
There are no membership fees.
Amiga, Remembering when Computing was fun - For us, it still is!!!
St. Mary Magdalene Vestry
121, 307, 377 stop outside
Enfield Chase Station - short walk away
Enfield Town - via 121, 307 & 317
Oakwood station (Picadilly Line) - approx 8 minutes walk away, or by 121 or 307
On Street parking is plentiful in surrounding streets on Sundays.
For more information, you can use the tfl journey planner widget below.
We meet on the second Sunday of each month between 13:00 to 17:00,
Meeting dates for 2017 are
Name: Michael Carillo
More infoMascot, PA system and source of the "Carrillo effect"
Name: Andrew Costin
Decription: Deputy Chairman
More infoAlso Head chef :)
Name: Steve Croucher
More infoLikes to tell people he`s farted.
More infoStuntcar racer expert :)
Name: David Southan
Name: Ivan James
Name: Simon Archer
More infoHead bar fly, Author of Codebench and Amiupdate.
Name: Chris Handley
More infoNoodle addict!
Name: Paul Heams
More infoAuthor of Tunenet.
Name: Chris Young
More infoAuthor of Netsurf.