Welcome to 2017! The first meetup of the year is here, which happens this week on Thursday 12th January from 6pm. As always, these are informal affairs where the beer flows, offering an opportunity to put faces to the names of a few LR writers as well as regular commentors. All are welcome, and conversation is often as much general as it is transport-specific.

Where to find us

This month, we will be at The Royal Oak on Tabard Street. Its location makes it easy to get to from a number of stations. A map is below. We’ve also been able to book an area at the front of the pub, so there’ll be plenty of seating. There will also (naturally) be fewer Christmas revellers there upping the noise levels this month as well.

Hopefully, we will see you there – look for the table with LR Magazines on it if you’re not sure where we are, and we suggest getting there early if you want a seat. Alternatively, if you’re new to the meetup, you can always email us and we’ll give you a contact telephone number.

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There are 4 comments on this article
  1. Greg Tingey says:

    And the dreadful, dreadful Harvey’s beer & the mountains of food ….
    There is an upstairs room, but are we using that, or not?

    See you on Thursday!

  2. Michael Jennings says:

    That’s nice and convenient for where I live. I should try and show up.

  3. TJ says:

    Wonderful, wonderful Harvey’s beer!

  4. Greg Tingey says:

    And as I’m 71 on that day – so you can buy me a beer ….
    More to the point, it would be nice if more than one person turns up before 19.00 hrs, as we have got “reserved” tables in the main bar ….

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