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Manchester 2.5b: Announce


From: Mark Lowes <Hamster@lspace.org>
Newsgroups: alt.fan.pratchett.announce,alt.fan.pratchett,alt.books.pratchett
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] *F* Mancester 2.5b
Date: 19 May 1996 20:02:48 +0100
Message-ID: <832532518afpa@eniac.demon.co.uk>

(Hey, and I'm probably going too. Now _there's_ a pull, if ever there was
one.. [1] --mpk)


([1] not)

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Once upon a time there was a general wailing and gnashing of teeth and
cries of "We want a meet before the con!".  Foolishly the airborne
rodent stepped in and volunteered [1] to host a mailing list to discuss
when & where and great plans were made.

We can proudly announce that Manc2.5b[2] will happen on the 1st July
1996 at about 7pm, at Scruffy Murphy's on Grosvenor Street [3], near the
Flea & Firkin, near Barclay's Bank.  Just off Oxford Road.

There is a rather nice ascii map[4], i've not posted it here to keep the
spam down Anyone who wants it should mail listserv@flyhmstr.demon.co.uk
with the message get Manc25b.Map  To join the mailing list send the
message sub afp-manc to the same address.

        Mark

[1] Will i never learn?
[2] The last chance to heckle Tap in person before the con.
[3] At least Lee thinks that's what the road is called.
[4] Thanks Lee.

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