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Party! Final instructions [Jun. 15th, 2010|09:45 pm]
Douglas Spencer
[Current Location |51.4101,-0.7623]

Remember this party invitation?

Well, it's this Saturday, and it's time for final instructions!

Arrive any time from mid-afternoon onwards. Bring something to barbecue and something to drink, but be prepared to eat/drink someone else's if someone else eats/drinks yours. We're providing salads, sauces, starches, chocolate fountain, cheese, desserts and so on -- but we're relying on people bringing meat and booze. The theme of the party is "crap superheroes" -- so make an outfit and practice your catchphrase, if you're so minded.

Click on the "location" field to find the house, or put "51.4101,-0.7623" into your device-of-choice.

When you come into Fountains Garth take the first left and find somewhere to park. Walk into the square and head for the right-hand corner and look for the front door bearing a blue bird worked in stained glass, number 51.

If you're staying in the very-local hotel http://www.premierinn.com/en "Bracknell (Twin Bridges)" and you need walking instructions, then comment here. If you're in one of the other Bracknell hotels then you may prefer a cab. The station (between Reading and London Waterloo) is about 12-15 minutes walk for a fit person.

There's still some limited provision for crash space, if you're hardy and/or patient.
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[User Picture]From: deborah_c
2010-06-15 10:14 pm (UTC)
Much as I'd love to, I have my children with me this weekend, I'm afraid. (Actually, they're all disappearing for large chunks of it to do other things, but not sufficiently coherently for me to go anywhere.)
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