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Monthly meetings venue, June-Sept 2019

Room 2.98, Armstrong Building, Newcastle University

Our venue for the next few meetings is a very nice space, nicer than the Herschel lecture theatres, but a bit further to go.

Come up from Haymarket between Campus Coffee and the King's Gate Building, up the steps and through the arches into the quadrangle. The Armstrong Building is the redbrick one on your left. It has a side-door in the far left hand corner of the Quadrangle. If this is open, then go in there and proceed straight ahead to where you'll find the lift and the staircase. If this side door is not open, members go through the archway between Percy Building and Armstrong Building and turn left. This will take you to the Queen Victoria Road entrance to the building (you may know it as the entrance for the King's Hall concert venue). Go straight ahead after entry, and you'll find the lift and the staircase.

Room 2.98 is on the second floor. It's opposite the lift. Anyone taking the stairs needs to turn left when you reach the second floor. The room is then first on the right.

We will have volunteers posted along the way to help anyone who looks lost!

Follow this link for the University's campus map.

 

 

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