2019 South-West Spring Seminar


EXETER ASTROLOGY GROUP


Presents

South-West Groups One-Day Seminar

Four Local Astrologers


Ed Gillam
Trudie Charles
Robert Anderson
Kris Frank

Saturday 6 April 2019




Exeter Astrology Group is pleased to welcome Ed Gillam, Trudie Charles, Robert Anderson and Kris Frank, each giving talks in this one day seminar which is a collaborative effort from astrology groups in the South West of England.  Further details to follow... add the date to your diary!

Seminar Details


Date: Saturday 6 April 2019

Venue: Friends Meeting House, Wynards Lane, off Magdalen Street, Exeter, EX2 4HU.

Time: 9.30am for a 10am start. Day ends at 5pm.

Tickets: Tickets on the door only. £15 public, £12 members. 
 To buy tickets on the door, please pay (cash on arrival) at the Friends Meeting House. 

Further Information


Refreshments

Tea and coffee is available during the day (included in price). However, please make your own arrangements for lunch. There are a number of cafes, pubs and restaurants within 10 minutes walk of the venue.

Parking

Parking
WILL NOT be available in the Friends' Meeting House car park for this event, we're afraid, since it's not big enough to accommodate enough cars. There are a number of nearby Pay and Display car parks within 10 minutes walking time. Parking charges will apply.

Other Travel Details

Walking: The Meeting House is about ten minutes walk from the High Street. From the High Street, go to the crossroads with North and South Street (traffic lights here), walk down South Street to the big roundabout. Carry on walking round to the left and cross the road on your left. You should be in Magdalen Street. Turn left just after Wynards. The Meeting House is the stone building ahead of you.

Buses: Buses run nearby along South Street and Holloway Street.

Trains: Trains come to Exeter St Davids or Exeter Central. Walk to the centre of town and follow the directions under 'Walking'. Exeter St Thomas Station is nearby – walk along Western Way from Exe Bridges Roundabout to get to the Friends' Meeting House.


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