Spring 2009 UK APUG Weekend - WHERE to go
So... where to go in the Spring? I couldn't make it to the last autumn meeting so perhaps some people had some ideas of location(s) for next spring while there?
The last two meetings have been been Northern England and North Wales, which may/may not be worth taking in to account...
I will start another thread about when to go.
Last edited by Bob F.; 10-29-2008 at 03:35 PM. Click to view previous post history.
Reason: Added link to WHEN thread.
OK folks, to save us all diving through the old threads I have pulled the following info together
We have previously visited:
Keswick, Lake District
Wells-next the-Sea, North Norfolk
Symonds Yat, Ross-on-Wye
Hawes, Yorkshire Dales
Anglesey, N Wales
The Autumn proposals were :
Isle of Wight
For the location, I am happy going with the majority. I am hoping to have taken my driving license by the time the spring meet comes up.
I received my theory test books this week ! ...
PS: Cotswolds has been selected by the US group planning on visiting the UK in spring next year.
I would vote for the South-West
Devon or Cornwall anyone?
So far the South West has managed to escape the attention of the APUG weekend
How about North Devon?
Stunning beaches and just a stones throw away from Exmoor.
Another vote here for the SW somewhere anyway.
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I'd probably prefer Devon to the further end, as I know it better. Somewhere central like Totnes offers both cute and quaint (Buckfast and Dartington) with Dartmouth, Brixham, Salcombe nearby and the rest of the coast (Slapton nudist beach anyone?) and of course the great Moor.
Havent been able to make any get togethers yet cos of long distances involved so the southwest/ Devon and Cornwall would be grerat for me.
Is this meeting available to all APUGers?
Most definitely! And their friends and family if interested...
Originally Posted by Keith Tapscott.
See posts on previous meetings for a taste of what it's about (talking, eating, drinking and snapping mainly - not necessarily in that order ).