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Events   Events : Lincs Amiga Group Meeting - 11th June
   posted by Robert17 on 1-Jun-2011 23:36:47 (1300 reads)
Hi,

LAG 22 will be held on Saturday the 11th of June 2011 from 12 PM - 5 PM in the Welton Village Hall,
51 Ryland Road, Welton-by-Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.




For location:

See http://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/popiOrgVenue.asp?vid=64


Google Maps Post Code LN2 3LU.


There is a bus stop outside which the buses from - to Lincoln use.


Cost will be 4UKP approx, WiFi included.


Also, Please ask if you need transport from - to Lincoln Station.

See http://lincsamiga.org.uk/ for information updates.

Hopefully See you there

Robert.
    

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