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« on: January 01, 2020, 01:06:39 pm »

The FoSBR AGM will be held at 7.30 on Friday 14th February at the Randall Room at All Saints Church, Clifton. This is on Alma Vale Road, near the corner of Pembroke Road (BS8 3ED). It is a ten minute walk from Clifton Down Station. Please note that this is a different venue to that we have had for the last two years’ AGM (although it is only some 250m away).

The main speaker will be Professor Stuart Cole of the University of South Wales, who will be sharing his experience of the Cardiff Metro project.

Non-members are welcome. Please see FoSBR website for full details.
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