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AG Meet - Hastings - 26 May

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Posting from my DS again. There is a PM system on the new forums so I will resend my contact details later tonight or early tomorrow.

Look forward to seeing everyone next week,

     

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And I’m now not sure whether my probably is going to turn back into a possibly, or even a not. Gah.

     

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Say it aint so Mr Lacey. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I’ve really been looking forward to finally getting a chance to meet you in person, and I’m sure I’m not the only one.

This is the previous Meet thread.

Definitely coming:

Jelena
Stepurhan
Mrs Urhan
Jazz
Alex
Johannes
Fantasie
Louiesci5 (he is taking your surname, right?  Laughing )
LostQuixote
Majsan
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Hopefully open to persuasion

RLacey

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tsa

This is not necessarily a closed list, though anyone else wishing to come should let me know soon so I can change the meal booking.

Map showing meet place.

Some joining instructions. The intended meeting place is the centre of Hastings. It is sometimes known as the memorial (the War Memorial used to stand on the site), the bottom end of Havelock Road, or Wellington Place (which is the pedestrianised area next to the road). It looks like this.

For people coming by train. Coming out of the station you will see bus shelters in front of you and this building to your left.

More or less ahead you should see this, which is the way you need to go.

Unless I win the lottery and can get a sky-writeer to do it, there won’t be a big red arrow on the day. Basically exit the station by the main road out, cross at the cross roads, and go straight down the road opposite. To be clear, this is the view at the crossroads of the road you should be going down. It’s called Havelock Road.

For those coming by car, the easiest car park to find is on the sea-front just east of the town centre. It is opposite this magnificent edifice (which is called Pelham Crescent)

Parking for 10 hours (which should cover the day) is £6. Cross to the Pelham Crescent side after parking, turn left and go through a little tunnel to get to the meet place.

Priory Meadow, the main shopping centre, also has a car park, which marginally cheaper and open from 7am to midnight. It is a little trickier to find, but not badly signposted.

If you would prefer free parking, you’d have to travel a bit further to the meet place, but PM me and I can recommend some places.

Anyone coming by another method, let me know and I will sort out personal directions.

I have booked the meal for 5:00pm. Apart from the original meet time of 10:30am, this is the only absolutely fixed point in the day. We want to finish the meal by 7:30pm as a hen night is due in (they won’t throw us out but it could get rowdy) but that shouldn’t be a problem.

Any other queries, either post here or PM me.

Also feel free to post here or PM

     

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I’m hoping to find name for game that I played long ago
The people here so well-informed, someone is sure to know
A time machine, grandfather clock, I give it to myself
Oh never mind, the box is sitting there upon my shelf

For real retro gaming nerds, name that game.

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RLacey - 19 May 2012 05:51 PM

And I’m now not sure whether my probably is going to turn back into a possibly, or even a not. Gah.

 

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RLacey - 19 May 2012 05:51 PM

And I’m now not sure whether my probably is going to turn back into a possibly, or even a not. Gah.

Please come Rob! There’s a name tag with you name on it….Smile

     

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Jelena - 20 May 2012 02:46 PM
RLacey - 19 May 2012 05:51 PM

And I’m now not sure whether my probably is going to turn back into a possibly, or even a not. Gah.

Please come Rob! There’s a name tag with you name on it….Smile

Yep. Jelena and I made it especially for you.

     
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Mrs Urhan is also keen on meeting you properly. She only really knows you.as the young man with the good voice that sang behind her once.

     

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Quest for Knowledge

I’m hoping to find name for game that I played long ago
The people here so well-informed, someone is sure to know
A time machine, grandfather clock, I give it to myself
Oh never mind, the box is sitting there upon my shelf

For real retro gaming nerds, name that game.

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Probably got missed because of the change in forums but does anyone object to me doing a group booking for the caves? Very adventury settng.

     

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I’m hoping to find name for game that I played long ago
The people here so well-informed, someone is sure to know
A time machine, grandfather clock, I give it to myself
Oh never mind, the box is sitting there upon my shelf

For real retro gaming nerds, name that game.

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Sounds like a great idea! Smile

     

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stepurhan - 21 May 2012 02:07 PM

Probably got missed because of the change in forums but does anyone object to me doing a group booking for the caves? Very adventury settng.

You’ve got caves there? What kind of caves Smile

     
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UPtimist - 21 May 2012 03:11 PM
stepurhan - 21 May 2012 02:07 PM

Probably got missed because of the change in forums but does anyone object to me doing a group booking for the caves? Very adventury settng.

You’ve got caves there? What kind of caves Smile

Sugglers Caves http://www.smugglersadventure.co.uk/smugglers/smugglers.shtml

 

     

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Caves sound good to me.

     

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You could visit Stephurhan at his weekend job..

     

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Right, I should be around in Hastings from 1012 until 1955. Though I warn you all that I’m in a generally morose mood atm, and I don’t expect to have kicked that by the weekend (so my apologies in advance).

     

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RLacey - 21 May 2012 05:52 PM

Right, I should be around in Hastings from 1012 until 1955.

You’ll make it in time for the battle, then. I hear it’ll be at 1066.

     

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RLacey - 21 May 2012 05:52 PM

Right, I should be around in Hastings from 1012 until 1955. Though I warn you all that I’m in a generally morose mood atm, and I don’t expect to have kicked that by the weekend (so my apologies in advance).

Yay! Smile
Oh, any mood is fine btw!  Cool

     

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