[OSGeo-Discuss] Oxford meetup

M.Blackmore mblackmore at oxlug.org
Mon Apr 17 15:06:22 PDT 2006

How did it go? We were off in London doing the museums and sights with
the kids, staying at Auntie's, who is leaving London next month, thus
losing our free accommodation...

On Fri, 2006-04-14 at 19:42 +0100, Richard Fairhurst wrote:
> Brief reminder for anyone nearby - a few of us are meeting in a pub in Oxford
> tomorrow (Saturday).
> (Original posting below.)
> Richard
> Saturday 15 April, 2pm
> Far from the Madding Crowd, Oxford
> http://oxford.openguides.org/wiki/?Far_From_The_Madding_Crowd
> Good real ale, food, fairly spacious... and there are many bookshops
> nearby, which has to be good.
>  From the station:
> 1. Leave the station taxi/bus area, and turn left. Walk past the Said
> Business School and keep going (Hythe Bridge Street), passing the canal
> on the left.
> 2. When the road swerves round to the left, cross over and keep going
> (George Street), passing the cinema, formulaic chain bars etc. etc.
> 3. At the big crossroads by Waterstones, turn left (Magdalen Street).
> 4. Debenhams, Borders and Sainsburys are on your left. Turn down a
> little covered passage (Friars Entry). The pub is on your left.
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