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Re: [pepysdiary] "Lunchtime event - 25 May, St Olave’s church i n London"

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  • Phil Gyford
    I m afraid I can t make it to any of this, as I ll be at college all day, but it sounds like a good plan and I hope some of you can make it! Phil ... -- Phil
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 1 10:20 AM
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      I'm afraid I can't make it to any of this, as I'll be at college all
      day, but it sounds like a good plan and I hope some of you can make
      it!

      Phil


      At 22:53 +0000 2007-01-31, glyn_thomas1234 wrote:
      >Lunchtime event - 25 May, St Olave's church in London
      >and
      >Free evening entrance to the Tower of London
      >
      >If you're are in London on that day, the annual Pepys Memorial
      >Lecture will be held in St Olave's church at 12.00 and will last for
      >about an hour. Afterwards, if anyone is interested we could have a
      >look around the locality (Seething Lane, Crutched Friars, Mark Lane
      >etc) and then have an orange juice at the Pepys bar in the Novotel
      >hotel nearby.
      >
      >And if anyone has the afternoon free, people could copy Pepys and
      >take a boat trip from the Tower of London down to Greenwich (takes
      >about 20 minutes). For non-Brits, riverside Greenwich is a
      >designated World Heritage Site and among other things has the
      >National Maritime Museum containing the original paintings of Pepys,
      >Will Hewer, etc.
      >
      >There's nothing for anyone to do at present apart from making a note
      >in your Diaries EXCEPT that if you are still around in the evening
      >you can and should apply NOW to get free access to the Tower of
      >London for the "Ceremony of the Keys" (9.30 to 10.15 pm). It's a
      >very atmospheric occasion on a dark November night, I'm not sure
      >what it's like in daylight in May, but it's something that any
      >Londoner or visitor to London should try whenever they have the
      >opportunity to do so - Eric Walla has done it so could probably
      >advise about what happens.
      >
      >You can ONLY apply for tickets through this official website:
      >http://hrp.org.uk/tower/planning_your_visit/ceremony_of_the_keys
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >Yahoo! Groups Links
      >
      >
      >

      --
      Phil Gyford
      http://www.gyford.com/
    • Barbara Howard
      Phil I thought you posted this? I will try to be there. Barbara ... all ... make ... for ... Lane ... Pepys, ... note
      Message 2 of 4 , Feb 1 3:31 PM
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        Phil
        I thought you posted this?

        I will try to be there.

        Barbara

        --- In pepysdiary@yahoogroups.com, Phil Gyford <lists@...> wrote:
        >
        > I'm afraid I can't make it to any of this, as I'll be at college
        all
        > day, but it sounds like a good plan and I hope some of you can
        make
        > it!
        >
        > Phil
        >
        >
        > At 22:53 +0000 2007-01-31, glyn_thomas1234 wrote:
        > >Lunchtime event - 25 May, St Olave's church in London
        > >and
        > >Free evening entrance to the Tower of London
        > >
        > >If you're are in London on that day, the annual Pepys Memorial
        > >Lecture will be held in St Olave's church at 12.00 and will last
        for
        > >about an hour. Afterwards, if anyone is interested we could have a
        > >look around the locality (Seething Lane, Crutched Friars, Mark
        Lane
        > >etc) and then have an orange juice at the Pepys bar in the Novotel
        > >hotel nearby.
        > >
        > >And if anyone has the afternoon free, people could copy Pepys and
        > >take a boat trip from the Tower of London down to Greenwich (takes
        > >about 20 minutes). For non-Brits, riverside Greenwich is a
        > >designated World Heritage Site and among other things has the
        > >National Maritime Museum containing the original paintings of
        Pepys,
        > >Will Hewer, etc.
        > >
        > >There's nothing for anyone to do at present apart from making a
        note
        > >in your Diaries EXCEPT that if you are still around in the evening
        > >you can and should apply NOW to get free access to the Tower of
        > >London for the "Ceremony of the Keys" (9.30 to 10.15 pm). It's a
        > >very atmospheric occasion on a dark November night, I'm not sure
        > >what it's like in daylight in May, but it's something that any
        > >Londoner or visitor to London should try whenever they have the
        > >opportunity to do so - Eric Walla has done it so could probably
        > >advise about what happens.
        > >
        > >You can ONLY apply for tickets through this official website:
        > >http://hrp.org.uk/tower/planning_your_visit/ceremony_of_the_keys
        > >
        > >
        > >
        > >
        > >
        > >Yahoo! Groups Links
        > >
        > >
        > >
        >
        > --
        > Phil Gyford
        > http://www.gyford.com/
        >
      • Phil Gyford
        No, it said it was from Glyn. Phil ... -- Phil Gyford http://www.gyford.com/
        Message 3 of 4 , Feb 2 8:04 AM
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          No, it said it was from Glyn.

          Phil


          At 23:31 +0000 2007-02-01, Barbara Howard wrote:
          >Phil
          >I thought you posted this?
          >
          >I will try to be there.
          >
          >Barbara
          >
          >--- In pepysdiary@yahoogroups.com, Phil Gyford <lists@...> wrote:
          >>
          >> I'm afraid I can't make it to any of this, as I'll be at college
          >all
          >> day, but it sounds like a good plan and I hope some of you can
          >make
          >> it!
          >>
          >> Phil
          >>
          >>
          >> At 22:53 +0000 2007-01-31, glyn_thomas1234 wrote:
          >> >Lunchtime event - 25 May, St Olave's church in London
          >> >and
          >> >Free evening entrance to the Tower of London
          >> >
          >> >If you're are in London on that day, the annual Pepys Memorial
          >> >Lecture will be held in St Olave's church at 12.00 and will last
          >for
          >> >about an hour. Afterwards, if anyone is interested we could have a
          >> >look around the locality (Seething Lane, Crutched Friars, Mark
          >Lane
          >> >etc) and then have an orange juice at the Pepys bar in the Novotel
          >> >hotel nearby.
          >> >
          >> >And if anyone has the afternoon free, people could copy Pepys and
          >> >take a boat trip from the Tower of London down to Greenwich (takes
          >> >about 20 minutes). For non-Brits, riverside Greenwich is a
          >> >designated World Heritage Site and among other things has the
          >> >National Maritime Museum containing the original paintings of
          >Pepys,
          >> >Will Hewer, etc.
          >> >
          >> >There's nothing for anyone to do at present apart from making a
          >note
          >> >in your Diaries EXCEPT that if you are still around in the evening
          >> >you can and should apply NOW to get free access to the Tower of
          >> >London for the "Ceremony of the Keys" (9.30 to 10.15 pm). It's a
          >> >very atmospheric occasion on a dark November night, I'm not sure
          >> >what it's like in daylight in May, but it's something that any
          >> >Londoner or visitor to London should try whenever they have the
          >> >opportunity to do so - Eric Walla has done it so could probably
          >> >advise about what happens.
          >> >
          >> >You can ONLY apply for tickets through this official website:
          >> >http://hrp.org.uk/tower/planning_your_visit/ceremony_of_the_keys
          >> >
          >> >
          >> >
          >> >
          >> >
          >> >Yahoo! Groups Links
          >> >
          >> >
          >> >
          >>
          >> --
          >> Phil Gyford
          >> http://www.gyford.com/
          >>
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >Yahoo! Groups Links
          >
          >
          >

          --
          Phil Gyford
          http://www.gyford.com/
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