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Oxford Pre-CCDE Mini-meet: Announce

From: "Lena" <>
Subject: [ANNOUNCE][F] Pre-CCDE Mini-meet, Oxfrod
Date: 16 Jul 1999 22:51:56 +0100
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A few afpers will be gathering in Oxford's Turf Tavern on Thursday,
July 29 - that's the Thursday before CCDE - from 8.30pm.

Directions to the Turf, kindly supplied by Stewart.

Assuming travel from either bus station or rail station.  From the
rail station turn left towards town and you will see a big junction.
You want to take the the fork on the left (called Hyth Bridge Street)
this road will take you past the Blackwells HQ, a futon shop and
Jongleurs.  Keep walking till you to get to a crossroad (of sorts).
You want to go straight accross (to the LHS of a Chinese Restaurant
called The Opium Den).  This road is called George Street (the bus
station is on you left - people travelling by bus join the directions
here) walk straight down.  Go accross the next cross road (past
Waterstones, which used to be Dillions for people who've been to
Oxford before) onto Broad Street.  Keep walking straight down (past
the White Horse - a morse pub - on your left) until you come to
aonther crossroad with a set of traffic lights.  There will be a pub
called The Kings Arms on the opposite side of the road on the left and
the Sheldonian Theatre (big round building) on your right on the side
of the road you should be on.

Route 1: Go straight accross into Hollywell Street.  The back entrance
to the Turf is on your right opposite the Hollywell Music room.  It is
pretty well signposted.

Route 2:  Turn right at this cross road (along the side of the
entrance to the Bodlean Library) then take the next left (you should
see the Bridge of Sighs).  Go under the bride and you will see an
allyway on you left - this is the front entrance to the Turf!!
Basically if you get lost ask a tourist where The Bridge of Sighs or
the Hollywell Music Room is (or indeed New College!)


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