BIRMINGHAM COMPUTER FAIR AT THE NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM - SUNDAY 6TH NOVEMBER 2016!

BIRMINGHAM COMPUTER FAIR AT THE NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM - SUNDAY 6TH NOVEMBER 2016!

DON'T MISS BIRMINGHAM COMPUTER FAIR @ THE NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM - SUNDAY 6TH NOVEMBER!

The National Motorcycle Museum will be packed full of computer, technology and gadget traders selling bargain-priced computer hardware such as Laptops, Apple MacBook's, iPads, PCs and many other tech deals at internet-beating prices, with friendly face to face expertise and service!

There'll be hundreds of brand new & refurbished computers including MEGA deals like Core i5 Dell Laptops starting from just £99! ...all available to buy on Sunday 6th November!

At this regular event you'll find many traders selling iMacs, Macbooks, Apple PowerMacs, iPhones, Water-cooled Gaming PC Systems and components, Tablets, Custom systems built while-you-wait, loads of tech gadgets, new & used components and parts such as memory, processors, hdd's, smartphones, tablets, latest Android TV boxes, Computer/ smartphone/ tablet/ Xbox/ games console repairs, cables & accessories, printers/ scanners, inks, papers/ DVDs/CDs/ media and much more, not to be missed!

VENUE ADDRESS: 
The National Motorcycle Museum (J6, M42 - Opposite NEC) 
Coventry Road
Solihull. 
B92 0EJ

Doors open on Sunday 6th November,10am-3pm and the venue has plenty of FREE car parking!

Early arrival is always recommended to ensure you get the best deals!

New traders welcome by prior appointment:

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Premier Computer Fairs expands as Croydon event closes down...

Premier Computer Fairs expands as Croydon event closes down...

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Following the spectacular success of two recent events held in the South East, UK computer fairs organiser, Premier Computer Fairs now plan to run regular events in the London area. 

Further to the previous organiser British Computer Fairs closing its Croydon event, formerly held at a School in Shirley, Premier Computer Fairs have announced exciting plans for UK computer fairs, and confirm they intend expand their existing UK computer fair circuit to include several new London venues as a regular addition to their existing events throughout the UK.

Miss Evans, director of Premier Computer Fairs commented, "We are delighted to be expanding into the London area, but we have come to the decision there is just too much risk to our reputation in attempting to re-open a Croydon event. This is mainly because of the small amount of traders who actually attend at Croydon, which results in a poor customer experience due to limited product choice and lack of competition resulting in traders demanding high prices. However, through focussing our efforts on some other London venues, we have already managed to launch much larger fairs in both Tolworth and Bracknell, which have both attracted an abundance of well established, reputable traders from across London and all over the UK, as well as an incredible turnout from the public."

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Croydon Computer Fair closes down as of August 2016

British Computer fairs forced to cancel future events at Croydon - A great loss to the future of UK Computer Fairs... 

 

BCF Closes Down

After many months of speculation, a recent announcement on the Croydon Computer Fair website sadly confirms suspicions that the Croydon event is now indefinitely closed with immediate effect, as the event organiser has ceased trading as of this August 2016.

"It is with  regret that British Computer Fairs has decided to cease trading and there will no more computer fairs at Oasis Academy in Croydon.

The reason is that company which looks after the Croydon venue, have decided that they do not plan to open on Sundays beyond the end of this year.

It had been hoped that a local organiser might want to take over the fair and manage an orderly move to another venue but it wasn't possible to reach any agreements.

BCF Events Ltd wish to thank all those loyal customers who have supported the fair over so many years."

Premier Computer Fairs would like to thank the organiser, Mr Paul Driver for his contribution to UK Computer Fairs over the last 20 years. Which no doubt, the event would not have been brought to so many people without his continued efforts.