Southern regional get-together - Friday September 1, 2000

Josef Karthauser joe at pavilion.net
Fri Sep 1 12:59:24 BST 2000


Nik and I will be there from about 18:00 onwards.
Joe

On Fri, Sep 01, 2000 at 10:38:31AM +0100, John O'Farrell wrote:
> 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
> http://uke.multimap.com/map/browse.cgi?pc=BN13JE&place=BN1+3JE&db=pc
> the red dot on this map is the Train Station.
> 
> Is this sufficient information, I'm not the best at directions.
> All the best
> John
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