UPDATED - RCM @Snibston - October 26th/27th

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Apologies for this second announcement - I got the closing dates for advance tickets wrong (left last times in place!!!). :)

Along with our 60+ systems we will also be playing host to Something different this time - basically the appearance of a Sinclair C5 (available to sit in), a Delorean - available to sit in (weather permitting) and last but certainly not least a W Industries Virtuality 1000cs (VR Machine - available to play on). These will all require a small donation to the owners to cover wear and tear etc.

Ticket prices:
Advance Tickets can be purchased via the "Donate" button on the RCM website until Wednesday 23rd October.

Adult Single Day £10.50 (£12.00 on door)
Adult Two Days £15.50 (£17.00 on door)

Child Single Day £6.50 (£8.00 on door)
Child Two Days £9.50 (£11.00 on door)

If you click on the Virgin Money Giving button it will take you to our donations page. Click on make a donation on the right hand side then enter the amount you wish to pay for your ticket(s) in other - then you can either pay for them either by credit card or paypal. Please add in the message box the day(s) you require and the actual ticket type(s).

Tickets are also available from Snibston Discovery Park directly.

Contact details for the Retro Computer Museum:
07519 816283

Contact details for Snibston:
01530 278 444

Public Transport Directions:
Get a train to Leicester - then walk cross the main shopping area to the St Margarets Bus Station (about 15 minutes walk) and get the 29/29A to Coalville. The venue is about 10 minutes walk up Ashby Road or you can change to the number 9 which will drop you off closer to the venue on Ashby Road.

resident paul:
Unfortunately I won't make it because it is  the same weekend as Eurocon :( but have a good time guys! 

Has anyone cross promoted this event to other forums - I don't get time to visit them these days, but thinking of UKVAC, JAMMA+, RetroGamer, AtariAge etc.

Facebook event doesn't have that many confirmed visitors - so suggest promoting this as wide as possible.

I am not on any other forums anymore so . . . that is me out . . . I simply don't have time.

Atari Forum done:

Just the various Atari FB groups to post the intro video into.


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