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« on: November 29, 2018, 05:32:26 pm »

Severn Estuary Vehicle Crossing prior to the impact of the original Severn Bridge. Talk by Tim Ryan of the Severn Princess Trust Group. 19:30 for 20:00, at a hostelry and hotel (not ours) in Melksham.  It's an open / public talk organised by the Institute of Road Transport engineers - but they need to know numbers, so please message or email me and I can give you final details.

Yes, I do realise they might find it easier to attract an audience in Pilning or Severn Beach.

Anyone interested in their 9th January talk on organised vehicle theft (I don't think there's a practical), please let e know and I can put you in touch.
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« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2018, 06:56:56 pm »

Severn Estuary Vehicle Crossing prior to the impact of the original Severn Bridge. Talk by Tim Ryan of the Severn Princess Trust Group. 19:30 for 20:00, at a hostelry and hotel (not ours) in Melksham.  It's an open / public talk organised by the Institute of Road Transport engineers - but they need to know numbers, so please message or email me and I can give you final details.

Sadly, just had a phone call to tell me that the talk is off.   Car breakdown; apparently it happens to cars as well as trains  Cheesy Cheesy
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