computer fairs,where to find?

  dfghjkl 19:40 05 Aug 03

how can i find out if there is any fairs in my area newbury /,west berks reading,west berks.or where is nearest to me?thanks

  recap 19:43 05 Aug 03

click here it may help?

  steve12345 19:51 05 Aug 03

You could grab a copy of the weekly "Micro Mart".
They have computer fair listings.

  snoresloudly 19:55 05 Aug 03

the ones around here (essex) are always advertised in the local rag, usually held at the local schools . Could also try asking in your local small pc trader as well as odds on he will be there.

  steve12345 20:22 05 Aug 03

Try this: click here

  misters 20:25 05 Aug 03
  alB 21:26 05 Aug 03
  keith-236785 21:49 05 Aug 03

Go to your Newsagents and buy (or sneak a look in) Micro Mart, it is a weekly computer magazine £1.60 per week available each Thursday. It has a section showing all the Computer fairs (or a vast amount at least).

or as others suggest search on google for computer fairs newbury/reading

  keith-236785 22:04 05 Aug 03

Sorry mate i have just checked the mag, last week had NO fairs at all in your area, nearest was Croydon, worthing or portsmouth.

i still think the mag is worth buying, but thats my opinion.

  dfghjkl 23:01 05 Aug 03

thanks all,i have found one 20 miles away on sunday (bracknell berks

  Stuartli 23:20 05 Aug 03

If round here is anything to go by, computer fairs are widely advertised extensively in the local press, lamp post signs, mobile advertising vehicles etc.

Different firms seem to run these fairs in various parts of the country, so you need to find out which one runs them in your area.

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