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02.03.2006 at 18:49:06
 
hello everyone,
just a little request, when and where is the next Bromsgrove MAG meet taking place?
i attended the Hundred house "the old Merlin?"a few weeks ago and found out it was closed.  
i then spoke to Eddie who explained about the flyers being sent out and the pub then closing, but i would like to know when and where the Bromsgrove meet is or even the Black country meet, although Bromsgrove is closest and being as myself and Fitchick live in Stourport we know Bromsgrove a bit better than Stourbridge or Dudley.
oh and while im writing this can i just say thank you to Vic for the reply to my Rally requirements request.
hope to see you all soon. Grin
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Reply #1 - 02.03.2006 at 22:38:02
 
No problem,
 
The Black Country one is every Monday night at about 2100. Located in the Park Inn, Woodsetton. Full details & map here:
http://www.blackcountrymag.org.uk/where.php  
This is by far the liveliest meeting with quite a few members turning up.
 
Now Bromsgrove is a bit more hit and miss I'm afraid. What with the problems of the Hundred House (Merlin Grin) being closed but due to open shortly. Eddie used to go every Thursday about 2000, and I believe at this date the pub has just re-opened so he might be back there once he's talked to the new landlord. Alternate meetings (including the regional ones) have been at the Park Gate in, Kiddy Road, Dodford, Bromsgrove. But, as I say, the Merlin (sorry, Hundred House) I believe has just re-opened. The best way to get the definative answer is to telephone Eddie and ask (contact details here: http://www.westmidlandsmag.org.uk/contacts.php
 
Your more than welcome to come to any of them, or the regional ones (but they tend to be more business like).
 
Hope this sheds some light on it.  
 
Vic
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