On 30 Dec 2008, at 16:04, Paul Jakma wrote:
> There will be an EGM of the Linux Enthusiasts, West Dublin on the
> 1st January, starting between 8 and 9pm. According to the, as yet
> unwritten, regulations of LEWD the last person to arrive after 9pm
> buys a round.
>> Membership is open to anyone who has significant ties to the West-
> Dublin area, such as birth, residence (e.g. in the area, or even
> just the named pub, on the appropriate evening); and on various
> other grounds (see regulations).
Paul was sadly coy as to the exact location of the LEWD meeting,
merely mentioning 'Lord Lucan' in the subject. The Lord Lucan is a pub
(probably no surprise to anybody) which is located on the Newcastle
Road in Lucan, quite near to Adamstown. The pub has a website at http://www.lordlucanpub.com
but that doesn't deign to provide a map, so http://lordlucanpub.notlong.com
might help. Public transport from town would be the 25A bus to the
Lucan terminus, or the 151 bus to the Adamstown terminus.
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