[ANNOUNCE] Update: London Perl M[ou]ngers December Social, 2010-12-02, The Bridge House, Tower Bridge

Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker ilmari at ilmari.org
Wed Dec 1 17:11:58 GMT 2010

ilmari at ilmari.org (Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker) writes:

> Hi again,
> I forgot to specify: we have the downstairs room booked.

Due to a cancellation the landlord was able to move us to the larger
upstairs room.

> ilmari at ilmari.org (Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker) writes:
>> Hi all,
>> For the last social of the year, Thursday 2 December, we are venturing
>> south of the river (but only barely), to our old favourite, The Bridge
>> House, where they serve tasty Adnams ales, refreshing Aspall cider and
>> good food.
>> The Bridge House
>> 218 Tower Bridge Road
>> London SE1 2UP
>> http://london.randomness.org.uk/wiki.cgi?Bridge_House%2C_SE1_2UP
>> Getting there:
>> The closest tube stations are Tower Hill on the Circle and District
>> lines and London Bridge on the Jubilee and Northern lines and National
>> Rail.
>> Buses stopping nearby include 42, 47, 78, 188, 343, 381, C10 and RV1.
>> Standard blurb:
>> Social meets are a chance for the various members of the group to meet
>> up face to face and chat with each other about things - both Perl and
>> (mostly) non-Perl - and newcomers are more than welcome. The monthly
>> meets tend to be bigger than the other ad hoc meetings that take place
>> at other times, and we make sure that they're in easy to get to
>> locations and the pub serves food (meaning that people can eat in the
>> bar if they want to). They normally start around 6.30pm (or whenever
>> people get there after work) and a group tends to be left come closing
>> time.
>> If you're a newcomer or other first timer (even if you've been lurking
>> on the mailing list or on IRC) then please seek Leo out - we have a
>> tradition that the leader of this motley crew buys the new people a drink
>> and introduces them to people.
>> Look forward to seeing you there.

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