News

  • Princess Elizabeth’s visit to Cadby Hall on 15 February 1951 - And a Letter from the Queen
  • Half a Tonne of LEO Tapes at TNMoC - LEO  Computer Tapes  c1957/1965212x LEO Computers Ltd  LEO II/III  Tapes  (500kg  yes  1/2Tonne)Could these be the largest collection of LEO Computers Ltd Tapes
  • Zoom For LEO Computers Society Members - The next LEO Computers Society Zoom will be on 8 Mar 10:30 a.m.
  • ICL All Stars Issue 70 - Ex ICL News from Australia. Features many original LEO people from Oz
  • Intercode Programmers - WANTED:    all ex-Intercode programmers.(CLEO people might be interested too)A message from Ray Smith with Ken Kemp and John Daines.Further details can be seen HERE
  • LEO Matters Spring 2020, Vol 7 - LCS Newsletter, LEO MATTERS from May 2020 in desktop published format. Editor: Hilary Caminer. Contents: Message from our Chairman, Peter Byford Progress Update on LEO’s National Lottery Heritage Fund project April 2020, Lisa McGerty The Lenaerts Notebooks, Lisa McGerty & Frank Land LEO Publicity Bears Fruit, Neville Lyons History of LEO Computers in Australia [part …

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  • ICL All Stars Edition 69 (Spring 20) -
  • EasyFunding - GREAT NEWS !We’ve registered with easyfundraising. It’s a great site where you can help Leo Computers Society raise funds simply by doing your normal online shopping.Every time you shop, we receive a small donation to say ‘thank you!’, and it’s completely free.Over 3,600 big name retailers are included, such as Amazon, M&S, John Lewis, Argos, eBay and Sainsbury’s. …

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  • ‘Swiss Rolls, Tea and the Electronic Office: - A History of LEO, the first business computerGood news!   The Leo Computers Society has won Heritage Lottery funding with our partners, the Centre for Computing History, Cambridge.The Press Release can be seen   ..HERE   and a message with more explanation from our Chairman, Peter Byford, can be read HERE..
  • NIGELLA LAWSON AND LEO ! - An excellent article on the history of LEO has just gone on to The Register website, with input from Frank & Ralph Land.   Read it Here and discover the Nigella Lawson connection