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RE: SmartHome Show NEC - Free Seminars


  • Subject: RE: SmartHome Show NEC - Free Seminars
  • From: "Rob Mouser" <groups@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2005 22:28:50 -0000


Ah yes! Broad St! For those of you who haven't been to Birmingham or have a
view that its some industrial wasteland....think again. Broad St and the
redeveloped area around the canal is really very nice.
Shimlapinks is a great Indian and there's also a great Thai restaurant in
the square (The name eludes me. I think it may be called The Edge.).
I've always stayed at the Marriott at Five Ways (Top of Broad Street) but
its probably a bit too pricey.

HTH

Rob

-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Gordon [mailto:paul@xxxxxxx]=20
Sent: 02 February 2005 20:17
To: UKHA_D Group
Subject: RE: [ukha_d] SmartHome Show NEC - Free Seminars


I Rather Imagine I'll arrive early on Friday, stay in a hotel on both
Frida=
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& Saturday night, and go to the show on either or both of those
days....

I can recommend the Jury's Inn on Broad Street in the centre of Brum as an
adequate, yet reasonably priced hotel...

http://www.jurys-birmingham-hotels.com/jurysinn_birmingham

I have stayed there about half a dozen times, and always found it
acceptable. I think typical room rates are around the =A360-=A370 mark for
=
a
double. Broad Street, (as some of you may know), is THE centre of
night-lif=
e
in Birmingham, literally packed end-to-end with bars & restaurants,
including one of the best curry-houses I've ever been to, Shimla Pinks...

http://www.shimlapinks.com/

Which I have also visited 4 or 5 times (I try to go there whenever I'm in
Brum), and always been impressed with. I've even taken customers there in
the past as well.

The Jury's Inn also has a number of function rooms, - perhaps we could
consider hiring one on one of the evenings, for a group social gathering,
t=
o
have a proper collective UKHA evening, otherwise I can imagine everyone
would be likely to go out on the town in lots of separate cliques...

Thoughts?

Paul G.




-----Original Message-----
From: Keith Doxey [mailto:ukha@xxxxxxx]=20
Sent: 01 February 2005 10:43
To: UKHA_D Group
Subject: RE: [ukha_d] SmartHome Show NEC - Free Seminars


Damn those keyboard shortcuts :-(

Should have been......


Which days are people attending on?

Thursday 14th April	10:00-17:00
Friday 15th April		10:00-17:00
Saturday 16th April	10:00-17:00
Sunday 17th April		10:00-17:00

Keith

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> From: Mark McCall [mailto:lists@xxxxxxx]
> Sent: 01 February 2005 10:34
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