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Vaneigemappreci...
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Oct 1 2004 10:25
midlanders going to esf

whos going down? Whats the cheapest travel? where form?

Tom A
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Oct 3 2004 23:44

A couple of us are going from Keele Univeristy (that's near Stoke-on-Trent btw), and we are may be able to put a coach or minibus on (I'm not sure if they would be up for having non-students coming with them, but I can ask).

Apart from that, National Express is usually the cheapest way of getting across the country, unless you can acquire the (rare) Virgin Value advance tickets. However, if you are based in or near Birmingham, Megabus (www dot megabus dot com) can get you to London for as cheap as £2.50 if you book far enough in advance, and even if you book with a few days to spare, it shoud be no more than £14-18.

Vaneigemappreci...
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Oct 4 2004 20:33

I'm guessing everyones going down to the beyond esf event, I'm heading down with a few soap dodging students, should be awesome

Lazlo_Woodbine
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Oct 5 2004 15:10

I'm getting the £12 train from notts with the SWP! I'll have converted them all by London Mr. T

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Oct 6 2004 07:34

Me and Kidda are planning on it 2! Mainly as escapisits not anarchists but when weve disscussed it more next week we will make some travle arrangements it would be good to go down as a midlands crew!

If uz can hack the pace that it!

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Oct 6 2004 11:30

theres a few ppl going down from warwick uni (mostly middle class green liberal types, but i know at least one of them calls himself an anarchist), i've been thinking about it but atm probably not going cos of time commitments, but if u lot are going i might reconsider it... it would be cool, ive just got so much crap to sort out on a local/individual level right now...

Vaneigemappreci...
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Oct 6 2004 18:51

£12 from notts? On virgin? thats a bargain, might well get that train.

Is the 'anarchist' from warwick doing a masters/phd by any chance?

Tom A
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Oct 7 2004 08:59
Vaneigemappreciationclub wrote:
£12 from notts? On virgin? thats a bargain, might well get that train.

I think Nottingham-London is Midland Mainline.

rebel_lion
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Oct 7 2004 15:26
Vaneigemappreciationclub wrote:
£12 from notts? On virgin? thats a bargain, might well get that train.

Is the 'anarchist' from warwick doing a masters/phd by any chance?

no he's not but i think i do know who you're on about... that bloke with the dam obsession right?

the other guy is in his 2nd year, he expressed interest to me in getting involved with WMA, so i might bring him to the next meeting...

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Oct 12 2004 03:10

take a radio to esf

pass it on