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Do you know your Settlers of Catan from your Carcassonne? Do you have a copy of Ticket to Ride laying about and no-one to play it with? Or would you just like to play some board games that you've never played before? Well assuming that you're in or around Canterbury, Herne Bay and Whitstable, this meetup needs you! We meet and play games up to seven times a month (each week and every other weekend).

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Saturday Gaming at The New Inn, Canterbury

The New Inn

*The New Inn, 19 Havelock Street, Canterbury* Gaming will start promptly at 1330 until 1700. We have the gaming nook in the conservatory reserved all afternoon (see photo). PLEASE ENSURE YOU ARRIVE BEFORE 1330 Please avail yourselves from the Pub's menu for bar snacks (crisps) and/or hot and cold drinks. The New Inn is a multi-award winning CAMRA Pub of the Year. Food: Katrina (the owner) is happy for people to bring their own sandwiches or savoury food (sausage/veggie rolls etc.) if they wish. Please RVSP just in-case I need to reserved additional tables. On Arrival: Please only use reserved tables in the Conservatory area -- you'll see the tables with the pub's game library -- from 1300. We are permitted to join tables together if required, on request. Getting There: The Pub is located very close to Canterbury Christchurch University's main campus. It is a short walk from the High Street and Burgate. See Map: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1_Z97fbjwJ6gnffjWA3eltE-gdx9hhwV1 Bus/Train: Havelock Street is around a 10 minute walk (0.4mi) from the Bus Station. The closest Bus Stop is St Thomas School which serves routes: Triangle, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 21 to/from the Canterbury Bus Station. If arriving at Canterbury West, use bus routes 4 or 21 from the St Dunstans/North Lane/St Stephen's road. Driving: From (London A2): 1. Leave the A2 at the first Canterbury exit 2. Go straight ahead at the roundabout along the dual carriageway 3. At the next roundabout follow the ring-road around to the right 4. Go straight on to the ring-road anti-clockwise, keeping to the outside lane; prepare to turn right at the third roundabout into New Dover Road 5. At the traffic lights take the left filter into Lower Chantry Lane taking the second exit at the next roundabout into Longport. 6. Follow the road onto Monastery Street then turn right at the end into Havelock Street (New Inn on the left) 7. Turn right again into North Holmes Road for on-street car parking. See below. Car Parking: Street parking is available for FREE along North Holmes Road. On-street parking in North Holmes Road is in parking bays as marked. At weekends parking is unrestricted except on yellow lines. See https://www.canterbury.gov.uk/directory_record/1530324/north_holmes_road_canterbury Please note, the pay and display in Havelock Street are restricted and applicable from 8:00am to 6:30pm on Saturday. The nearest paid off street parking is the Queningate car-park on the ring road (A28). Otherwise we recommend you use the park and ride. This is the cheapest and most convenient option for drivers on a Saturday. https://www.canterbury.gov.uk/info/20060/places_to_park/113/park_and_ride Disabled parking: Use North Holmes Road.

Tuesday Night Gaming at The Royal British Legion, Whitstable (Weekly)

Whitstable Royal British Legion Social Club

£2.00

Gaming starts at 1930 until roughly 2230. The clubhouse and bar open at 1900. Please arrive before 1930. Location Details: https://www.facebook.com/whitstable.britishlegion Please RVSP so we can let The Royal British Legion know estimated numbers. *On Arrival:* * Please sign in at the bar on arrival. The bar serves drinks and light snacks which may be taken up to the meeting room. • A £2 fee (per adult) is payable to cover the use of the meeting room, and will be collected during the evening. • Feel free to bring any games you would like to play. • We must leave the room as we find it so please help by returning all glasses to the bar, return tables and chairs to positions, and take all rubbish home with you. • A stairlift is available for anyone with accessibility needs. *Getting There:* *Bus* For those using public transport, the Triangle Bus stops close to The Royal British Legion in Whitstable The Triangle runs direct services to Canterbury, Whitstable, Tankerton, Swalecliffe, Chestfield, Herne Bay, and Sturry. Bus info and Timetable: https://www.stagecoachbus.com/promos-and-offers/south-east/introducing-the-triangle *Rail* Whitstable is the closest station and around a 10 minute walk. The Triangle bus has direct connections with Herne Bay, Chestfield & Swalecliffe and Canterbury West & East Stations. *Driving* The venue is located in central Whitstable. Use Postcode CT5 1DA There is disabled parking in front of the building and limited spaces out the back accessed by a narrow alleyway. There is on-street parking in nearby Belmont Road. The nearest managed car-park is Middle Wall (CT5 1BN) a 5 minute walk from the venue. • If travelling from Canterbury: take the A290 following the signposts for Whitstable.

Tuesday Night Gaming at The Royal British Legion, Whitstable (Weekly)

Whitstable Royal British Legion Social Club

£2.00

Gaming starts at 1930 until roughly 2230. The clubhouse and bar open at 1900. Please arrive before 1930. Location Details: https://www.facebook.com/whitstable.britishlegion Please RVSP so we can let The Royal British Legion know estimated numbers. *On Arrival:* * Please sign in at the bar on arrival. The bar serves drinks and light snacks which may be taken up to the meeting room. • A £2 fee (per adult) is payable to cover the use of the meeting room, and will be collected during the evening. • Feel free to bring any games you would like to play. • We must leave the room as we find it so please help by returning all glasses to the bar, return tables and chairs to positions, and take all rubbish home with you. • A stairlift is available for anyone with accessibility needs. *Getting There:* *Bus* For those using public transport, the Triangle Bus stops close to The Royal British Legion in Whitstable The Triangle runs direct services to Canterbury, Whitstable, Tankerton, Swalecliffe, Chestfield, Herne Bay, and Sturry. Bus info and Timetable: https://www.stagecoachbus.com/promos-and-offers/south-east/introducing-the-triangle *Rail* Whitstable is the closest station and around a 10 minute walk. The Triangle bus has direct connections with Herne Bay, Chestfield & Swalecliffe and Canterbury West & East Stations. *Driving* The venue is located in central Whitstable. Use Postcode CT5 1DA There is disabled parking in front of the building and limited spaces out the back accessed by a narrow alleyway. There is on-street parking in nearby Belmont Road. The nearest managed car-park is Middle Wall (CT5 1BN) a 5 minute walk from the venue. • If travelling from Canterbury: take the A290 following the signposts for Whitstable.

Tuesday Night Gaming at The Royal British Legion, Whitstable (Weekly)

Whitstable Royal British Legion Social Club

£2.00

Gaming starts at 1930 until roughly 2230. The clubhouse and bar open at 1900. Please arrive before 1930. Location Details: https://www.facebook.com/whitstable.britishlegion Please RVSP so we can let The Royal British Legion know estimated numbers. *On Arrival:* * Please sign in at the bar on arrival. The bar serves drinks and light snacks which may be taken up to the meeting room. • A £2 fee (per adult) is payable to cover the use of the meeting room, and will be collected during the evening. • Feel free to bring any games you would like to play. • We must leave the room as we find it so please help by returning all glasses to the bar, return tables and chairs to positions, and take all rubbish home with you. • A stairlift is available for anyone with accessibility needs. *Getting There:* *Bus* For those using public transport, the Triangle Bus stops close to The Royal British Legion in Whitstable The Triangle runs direct services to Canterbury, Whitstable, Tankerton, Swalecliffe, Chestfield, Herne Bay, and Sturry. Bus info and Timetable: https://www.stagecoachbus.com/promos-and-offers/south-east/introducing-the-triangle *Rail* Whitstable is the closest station and around a 10 minute walk. The Triangle bus has direct connections with Herne Bay, Chestfield & Swalecliffe and Canterbury West & East Stations. *Driving* The venue is located in central Whitstable. Use Postcode CT5 1DA There is disabled parking in front of the building and limited spaces out the back accessed by a narrow alleyway. There is on-street parking in nearby Belmont Road. The nearest managed car-park is Middle Wall (CT5 1BN) a 5 minute walk from the venue. • If travelling from Canterbury: take the A290 following the signposts for Whitstable.

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