Southern regional get-together - Friday September 1, 2000
john at jofa.co.uk
Thu Aug 31 21:39:37 BST 2000
Hi Joe and everyone else interested in tomorrow's little get
Simon, Laura and I are able to attend, none have space on floor(s)
unfortunately. I would suggest a meeting point for a drink that
everyone can find and we could decide on food from there, as time is
Friday night everywhere drink wise is going to busy, at least the sea
front has loads of space, any suggestions as to the best meeting
point? My own first thought was for the Tin Drum as it is less than
10 minutes from the station, has lots of space, smoking and non, bar
and good food if we wanted to be really lazy and stay put. The sea on
the other hand has the sunset if the rain holds off.
Over to you Joe,
All the best
Josef Karthauser wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 28, 2000 at 01:23:29PM +0100, Paul Richards wrote:
> > >
> > > > How many people are coming on the 1st? (I need to pick a suitably
> > > > sized venue.)
> > > >
> > > > Joe
> > > >
> > > Well I'm aware of possibly about half a dozen (myself, Natalie, yourself,
> > > Nik C, Paul(?), John O'Farrell) but it's likely the final number might be
> > > double that number.
> > I'm planning on attending, but I haven't sorted out any arrangements
> > yet.
> > What's the accomodation situation and what's the plan for the evening?
> Accomodation first. I've got a living room with two sofas in it.
> I've also got a couple of roll mats that could be floor bound, if
> people bring sleeping bags. I've got a commitment to house one
> currently - Nik:), but the other places are up for grabs.
> John, is it possible that you may have floorspace also? (for
> sleeping bagged personage?).
> As to venue - we have a couple of choices. We could either go
> pubwards, and there are a couple of venues with garden areas.
> Alternatively we could make our way to the beach, and drink beer
> down there. What plan would you like?
> I'm not sure about booking a restaurant though - how many people
> are coming? Has anyone done a head count ;)
> Currently I know of the above people plus Aled + Dave Hanney = 8 people.
> Who else?
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