British Unicycle Convention 2005 BUC

British Unicycle Convention 2005 BUC

Post by rogeratunicycledotco » Fri, 27 Aug 2004 06:46:49


Official site (courtesy of the British Unicycle Association - UUU)
www.unicycle.org.uk/buc12/

Date: 22 April 2005 to 25 April 2005

Location: St.Michaels School, Billingham
(same as last year - Well it was liked by almost everyone!)
We will endeavour to increase the trials course this year.... bigger and
better!  :-)

Events: Same as normal, as serious as you want.  Freestyle, lots of fun,
workshops, hockey, trials competition, basketball, Muni etc.  We will
have a programme as we did last year for non riders - lots of new things
we hope. So bring your families

Accommodation: As last year - indoor camping, although we may have some
real camping if the site fence is erected in time.

Food: Due to the success of the catering as last year, it will be
provided in the price of the event.

How to get there....
Well it is not hard to get to, look on a map and you will it is in the
North East of Britain.  The local Airport which is only 12 miles away is
Teesside and has BMI Baby and Ryan Aire flying there; so there are cheap
flights from Switzerland (Geneva), Ireland (Dublin), France (Nice).
There is also Newcastle Airport only 40 miles away (7.40 on the train
away) and has Easy Jet flying there so you can get there cheaply from
Denmark (Copenhagen),
Germany (Berlin), France (Paris) and Italy (Rome).  With prices on these
cheap airlines being as low as 2, no-one has an excuse not to come!

See you there.

Roger

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British Unicycle Convention 2005 BUC

Post by Richard Loxle » Fri, 27 Aug 2004 08:15:20

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> Official site (courtesy of the British Unicycle Association - UUU)
> www.unicycle.org.uk/buc12/

Looks suspiciously similar to the BUC11 site ... even down
to the 'BUC11' in the title bar - you must have missed that
one in your search-and-replace!

Good to see it's happening though :-)

        - Richard

 
 
 

British Unicycle Convention 2005 BUC

Post by sarah.mille » Thu, 02 Sep 2004 05:40:40

Excellent news, thanks for announing so early, I'll get it in the diary.

Sarah

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Post by joe » Thu, 02 Sep 2004 06:06:53

Cant wait! :D

Is it bring your own beer again?

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Post by rogeratunicycledotco » Thu, 02 Sep 2004 07:19:27

The basic programe is going to be similar to last years.  Yes we have
the same rules on beer, no bar on site, but with the local supermarket
really close it is not really a problem.  

Sleeping inside in the big "Year Rooms" and the food is included in the
price so it really is just bring a wheel and a sleeping bag job.  :-)

Roger

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Post by phil » Fri, 03 Sep 2004 02:34:17

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> *Sleeping inside in the big "Year Rooms"...*

Note To Self: earplugs! :)

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