Southern regional get-together - Friday September 1, 2000
john at jofa.co.uk
Fri Sep 1 10:38:31 BST 2000
The Tin Drum is in Dyke Road, just south (towards the sea front) of
the Seven Dials. Joe, if you were coming from Pavilion, i.e.
Churchill Square you would simply head straight up Dyke Road towards
the dials. up the hill you would pass the St. Alexander's Hospital on
your left, continue down the hill towards the take away restaurants
just before the 7 dials. The Tin Drum is again on your left opposite
the Little Buda Thai restaurant and the Compton Pub, next to
Dial-a-Pizza, home of the best takeaway Pizza in Brighton!
If you were coming from the station you would turn right out of the
main entrance. Cross at the lights and turn right up the hill as
there is no sidewalk or path on the right side of Terminus Road,
along the station wall. Continue up the hill as the road curves to
the left and becomes Buckingham Place. You are now heading straight
down into the 7 dials*, where you would take the first left (on foot
only) into Dyke and walk up one and half streets to the Tin Drum on
your right. *A short cut would be to bear left from Buckingham Place
into Compton Avenue, walk down one street to the Compton Pub and the
Tin Drum is just up to your left and across the road.
Try http://www.streetmap.co.uk/ and enter BN1 3JE as a postcode. or
the red dot on this map is the Train Station.
Is this sufficient information, I'm not the best at directions.
All the best
Josef Karthauser wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 01, 2000 at 09:34:14AM +0100, Neil Ford wrote:
> > On Thu, Aug 31, 2000 at 09:39:37PM +0100, John O'Farrell wrote:
> > >
> > > 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.
> Sounds good - but where is the Tin Drum exactly :) It's one of those
> million places that I've never heard of :)
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