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Listed below are the Computer clubs, organisations and societies listed in the Which Club database. If you are a member of a Computer club, Computer group or Computer society which isnt listed please add your club here.

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 Club Name Category Town County
Bottisham Acorn User Group (BAUG)ComputerHuntingdonCambridgeshire
BAUG (prn. "borg") are the oldest Acorn User Group in the world, and meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month. ...

Launceston Computer ClubComputerLauncestonCornwall
We have a membership of 20 and meet every Thursday evening throughout the year. Our meetings commence at 7.30 pm. and are held at The Dingley Hall, Castle Street, Launceston....

Derbyshire Area RISC ClubComputerDerbyshire
DARC was founded in April 1996 by Mike Smith, a local vicar, and Barry Thompson, of Selective Computer Services. We hold monthly meetings to discuss 'All things Acorn', and publish (via snail mail and email) a monthly newsletter 'Out of the DARC' containing articles and tips from by our members....

Dorset Mac User GroupComputerDorset
Our aim is to keep Mac users in the Dorset and Hampshire area up to date on events and advancements on the Apple Macintosh Platform including the Mac Clones....

South Derbyshire Computer User GroupComputerDerbyshire
Computer User Group for South Derbyshire....

Village Computer Club ComputerWalbertonSussex
Welcome to the Village Computer Club which meets at Walberton Village Hall twice a month at 7:30pm. We have two sorts of meetings. - The formal ones start with a tutorial - usually given by a member - followed by a group session where club matters are discussed and members' technical queries are resolved (usually). - The informal meetings start with a free for all - usually with several computers ...

Crawley Computer Club ComputerSussex
The Crawley Computer Club membership is open for any computer user regardless of age or experience or type of computer. Indeed, you are especially welcome if you are a complete novice. Although we don’t usually play games, we do try try to enjoy ourselves. Members are always willing to help and share experiences with one another, the Club motto is “For Interest & Help”. ...

Lincoln Computer ClubComputerLincolnLincolnshire
Lincoln Computer Club, is for those people who wish to meet, discuss and debate Computer issues which concern them, whether its a new utility, programme or idea. The aim of the Club is to promote interest in personal computing in Lincoln and the surrounding area. ...


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