The list of exhibitors attending Wakefield 2017 currently includes the following companies and individuals. We’re still adding names, though – so watch this space for updates!


1Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club  12Archive Magazine
2Charity Stall  13Soft Rock Software
3RetroAcorn  14Drag n’ Drop
4Retro Software (Jason)  15RISC OS Open Ltd
5Retro Software (Dave Moore)  16Steve Fryatt
6ABug  17CJE Micro’s
7Retro Hardware  18AMCOG Games
8Flax Cottage Educational Archive  19Chris Hall
9Daniel Jameson  20Sine Nomine
10R-Comp  21North One Communications
10R-Comp Interactive  22RISCOSbits
11Orpheus Internet  23Ident Computer

The floorplan and stand numbers are provisional, and still subject to change.

If you would like attend the event as an exhibitor, then please contact us for more information or to book your place – spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Stand 6
Stand 18 (Show Theatre at 3.00pm)
Archive Magazine
Stand 12
Charity Stall
Stand 2

Over the years, our charity stall has raised some £18,000 for good causes. At Wakefield 2017 we will again be selling donated goods primarily in aid of Wakefield Hospice

Chris Hall
Stand 19
CJE Micro’s
Stand 17 (Show Theatre at 2.15pm)
Daniel Jameson
Stand 9
Drag n’ Drop
Stand 14
Flax Cottage Educational Archive
Stand 8
Ident Computer
Stand 23

Showcasing new developments in the Acorn & RISC OS world, including the Micro One, a Raspberry Pi based RISC OS kit computer system. Available for purchase today at the show.

North One Communications
Stand 21
Orpheus Internet
Stand 11
Stand 10 (Show Theatre at 11.15am)
R-Comp Interactive
Stand 10
Retro Hardware
Stand 7
Retro Software (Dave Moore)
Stand 5
Retro Software (Jason)
Stand 4
Stand 3

Experience the wonders of the Pre-Internet via dialup to a recreation of Prestel from 1985.

RISC OS Open Ltd
Stand 15 (Show Theatre at 12.00pm)
Stand 22

As a first-time Wakefield exhibitor, RISCOSbits’ stand will have a few of their goodies on display and to take away, including:

  • PiPOD – put a Pi in your Acorn for the best of both worlds
  • RiscPOD – carry your various iterations of multiple Acorn emulators on a range of portable hard drives
  • PiSSD! – an mSATA-based RISC OS computer in a very slick case
  • Absolute Zero – probably the smallest network-capable RISC OS computer in the world?

There will also be a chance to see the latest development of Wispy, a wireless internet “enabler” for RISC OS with a few bonus features to fill some of those internetty gaps that users of other OSes take for granted. It may even be available to take away!

There will also be one or two “aesthetic” items available to enhance your desktop in a familiar Acorn/RISC OS way.

Sine Nomine
Stand 20 (Show Theatre at 1.30pm)
Soft Rock Software
Stand 13
Steve Fryatt
Stand 16
Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club
Stand 1
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