Apart from a few power cuts Amiga Big Bash, which took place on Saturday appears to have been a success. Over seventy Amiga users are estimated to have made the journey to Peterborough for this year's event.
There were a range of Amiga computers present from the classic machines like the A1200T and CD-32 to the next generation models. According to Jerry Goulet, there were a consider number of AmigaOne's running the latest version of AmigaOS 4, while others were being repaired by the Amimedics. The dealers dealt with brisk trade as users picked over various Amiga software titles and hardware.
Hopefully the success of this year's event will be enough to encourage the organisers to plan another Big Bash next year.