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The Cheshunt Computer Club is one of the UK’s longest running technology clubs. Originally started in the mid 1980’s as the Lea Valley Atari Users Group it was initially focussed on 8-bit Atari computers, but as PC, tablets, smartphones and technology in general became more mainstream the membership has diversified.

Whether you have specialist knowledge in specific systems, software or programming languages, or simply want to learn about technology and make new friends, the Cheshunt Computer Club offers a warm and informal environment.

When and where

From April 2017 we will hold our meetings at the Laura Trott Centre, Cheshunt on the SECOND Wednesday of every month. Please check the Calendar for forthcoming dates.

What we do

The meetings are what you make of them. Perhaps you have a question about a piece of technology, or what to meet others with similar interests, or maybe you have something interesting that you want to bring along yourself.  Many members bring laptops and tablets with them, or other unusual pieces of hardware. We often host short talks on technical subjects to share knowledge with members.

Topics include:

  • Computer Security and staying safe online
  • ‘How to’ discussions on specific products
  • 3D technology
  • Tablet and Smartphone apps
  • Vintage computing (such as Atari, Sinclair, Commodore etc)

Costs

Your first meeting is just £3, and £5 thereafter, with no minimum fixed period you need to attend. Just turn up when you want to... There’s even a cup of tea and a biscuit in it for you!

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