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  • 3cmug
    Our group covers the three counties of Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire and we meet in Luton on the third Tuesday or Wednesday every month at 8.00pm.
  • BFMUG
    Bracknell-Forest Mac User Group - the emphasis on this site (and indeed the group) is to provide a service to the local Apple Macintosh community.
  • EXAMUG
    The Mac User Group (MUG) for Exeter and the surrounding area. We meet at ISCA College, Exeter and its members include techies, artists, teachers, musicians, students, retirees, scientists and designers.
  • London Macintosh User Group
    The London Macintosh User Group is are a voluntary organisation of users and enthusiasts of Apple Macintosh computers in the London area. We hold monthly meetings in central London on the second Monday of the month and periodically other events.
  • MMUG
    Midlands Macintosh User Group
  • NiMUG
    The Northern Ireland Macintosh User Group exists primarily to provide support to Apple Macintosh users, both locally and further afield. NiMUG was founded in the summer of 1998 by Matt Johnston and Kieran Miller, and now has over 100 members.
  • NMUG
    We are an informal society for Mac users in and around Norwich, Norfolk. We run a mailing list, and hold a meeting on the 4th Wednesday every month at 7.30pm.
  • OxMUG
    Oxford Mac User Group: OxMUG is a not for profit user group. Run for and by Apple Macintosh enthusiasts it currently has over 300 members. The group aims to cater for all Mac users from beginner to expert.
  • SEAL
    South Essex Apple Link is an Apple Mac User Group (MUG) serving Mac users across the whole of Essex. SEAL meets on the second Friday of each month at our regular venue in Wickford (an easy drive from Basildon and Southend and easily accesible from most areas of Essex), at meetings we often have tutorials and demonstrations and there is always someone on hand to help with those tricky software and hardware problems.
  • SHMUG
    South Hams Mac Users Group caters for Mac users living in Devon.
  • Sussex Mac Users? Group
    Sussex Mac Users? Group boasts more than 100 members from across Sussex. Our members are of all abilities from absolute beginner to seasoned pros. Through our friendly mailing list we help each other through our Mac lives.
  • WEFCPUG
    A blog for and by the West of England Final Cut Pro user group (WEFCPUG).
  • Wessex Apple Mac User Groups
    Our aim is to keep Mac users in the WESSEX area up to date on events and advancements on the Apple Macintosh Platform. Membership to the group is free with only a small fee charged at each of our meetings. Everyone is welcome, whether novice or professional.
  • YMUG
    The Yorkshire Mac User Group has over 400 members, and aims to cater for all types of Mac users from beginners to professional users.



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