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Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2001 21:56:39 +0100
From: Kelvix <vic@shreddie.demon.co.uk>
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] [F] Saxmundham Meet 7-8th July 2001
Message-ID: <991918946.afpa@squeamish.osifrage.net>

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Come to the seaside in Suffolk to warm up for CCDE.  Unpack your tents
and check you have all your camping kit (mallets, tent pegs etc...)

This meet will be held on 7th to 8th July in Saxmundham, Suffolk.  All
available crashspace has now been booked, but local campsite facilities
are available (see http://www.lakesidecamping.com) as well as rooms in
local B&Bs.  Please contact me on the email address below for more
details of where to stay, and let me know whether you are coming, so I
can have an idea of numbers.

Access to Saxmundham can be by train (change at Ipswich), car (just off
the A12, I can give directions) or by bus (never tried it, but we do
have a bus station with buses that go all the way to Ipswich).

Activities range from trying out all the pubs in Saxmundham or within
staggering distance, healthy walks, visiting "culturally stimulating"
places like Aldeburgh, or anything else that comes to mind.  

Although any afper can turn up at any time on Saturday or Sunday, the
meet is planned to start at no earlier than 10.00 on Saturday and finish
no later than 6pm Sunday.  

- -- 
Kelvix
"William's class understood that justice was like coal or potatoes. You ordered 
it when you needed it" (TT) "Listen!  Lyf is gude, And thou art welbiloved and 
frended..." (DQ) Reply to: kelvix@yahoo.com http://kelvix.orcon.net.nz 

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