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Friday
13
APR

Mini Evaluation Meeting

11:30
12:00
Wycombe Museum
Event organized by Wycombe Museum

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>>> mini evaluation meeting - open to all <<<


This meeting will happen at the end of this months series meeting. Please stay on or feel free to pop in for just this bit if you would like to help shape what we do. We welcome all feedback.

There will also be a link to submit your feedback online shortly also.

>>> Get in touch <<<
Laleche.chilterns@gmail.com
Leader Tessa - 07835906259
Leader Nicole - lllinicole@yahoo.com


>>> Directions to the venue <<<
Public Transit
By Train:
Just a 3 minute walk from High Wycombe train station. Turn right out of the station concourse up Amersham Hill, walk over the footbridge and turn immediately left into Priory Avenue (pedestrian access only). We are on the next corner (of the Greenway and Priory Avenue)

By Bus:
Take the 1,31,33 or 48 to Castle Street, turn left into Amersham Hill walk over the footbridge and left into Priory Avenue. We are on the next corner (of the Greenaway and Priory Avenue). Buses 31 & 33 stop in Totteridge Road, if you get off here walk back to Amersham Hill and cross at the zebra crossing, turn left then immediately right onto Priory Avenue. We are on the next corner (of the Greenaway and Priory Avenue)

By Foot:
We are a short walk from the High Street. Take the footpath behind All Saints Church in Castle Place (off Castle Street), this will take you over the railway line. You will come out in Priory Avenue and the Museum is directly in front of you (though you need to turn right and follow the wall along to reach the gate). Alternatively walk up Crendon Street to the train station and follow directions above

By Car:
Follow brown tourist road signs from the bottom of Marlow Hill. Follow signs for Wycombe Museum (do not follow signs for the Chairmaking Museum - this will take you to Stewart Linford's chairmaking workshop)

Parking -
Small amount of on sight, pay and display in surrounding roads and long stay car parks available in the main town.