Calendar Change 07/03/2024

building Works in our Usual Meeting Room

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We have been informed by the Management of the Novers Park Community Association that they are undertaking building works in the Lounge that is our usual meeting room on the First Thursday of the month.

As a result we are unable to meet upstairs on the First Thursday in March 2024.

We will meet as usual but the event will have to become a social natter downstairs at the Novers bar.

The planned talk about the LINUX operating system will be postponed until later in the year when we once again will have access to our usual meeting room.

Due to the unique way the Novers Park Community Association is run we have not been given an anticipated completion date for the works currently being undertaken in our usual meeting room. We hope to be able to return to our regularly scheduled events in April 2024 but cannot guarantee this at this time. We are currently assuming that we will be able to use the room in April 2024 and will advise if this is not the case when we know more.

As a result of the schedule change there will be no ZOOM dial in on 7 March 2024.

Updated calendars can be downloaded here and our website has been updated to reflect this.

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BEng CEng MICE. Chartered Civil Engineer and Licensed Radio Ham (G7KNA). Member of South Bristol Amateur Radio Club since 2005 and Secretary since 2010. Away from the club and work I play with computers and related gadgets exploring Open Source software and when necessary bodge the odd DIY project.