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Call us: 0800 044 8192
Email us: info@unltdox.org.uk

Unlimited Oxfordshire Tea Party

15 October 2018

The Tea Party for Unlimited

Oxfordshire which will take place on Saturday

November 3rd from 1.00 to 3.00 p.m. at The Oxford

Quaker Meeting House, 43 St Giles, Oxford OX1 3LW

Tel: 01865 55737 www.oxfordquakers.org

 

At this meeting we will look at the future of Unlimited

(see below and also Joanna’s covering letter) as well

as celebrate our achievements during the year.

The venue is accessible with ramped access,

accessible toilets and parking nearby. It has a red door

and is a few houses away from the Eagle & Child pub

and opposite the Lamb & Flag pub. It is close to bus

stops on the Woodstock and Banbury Roads

(including park and ride stops from Redbridge, Pear

Tree and Water Eaton) and there is some street

parking (free for Blue Badge holders) nearby on St

Giles, Woodstock Road (next to the Radcliffe

Observatory), and on Keble Road. The disabled

parking bays on St Giles are not next to the kerb and

for the bays on Keble Road there is plenty of space

and time for unloading (it is a dead-end street). From

central Oxford (e.g. Cornmarket Street) a slow walker

will take 10 minutes. Assistance dogs welcome (venue

garden for business).

 

We would like as many of you as possible to attend

but places are limited so do let us know you are

coming. First come, first served. RSVP by email to

info@unltdox.org.uk or ring 0800 044 8192 to book a

place; to find out about transport or let us know about

dietary requirements. We want to make sure we have

coffee/tea and cakes for everyone.

 

A tiny part of the morning will be taken up with our

Annual General Meeting. We have to have this formal

meeting once a year but it won’t take long we promise!

If Unlimited is to continue we need new committee

members – Rosie, Steph and Joanna will all leave

us at this AGM because of family and work

commitments. A few of your hours a month could

make all the difference.

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