Facilities for talks are good. We also have our own wi-fi over mobile broadband (thanks to Airtime Networking who donated the router). In addition to wi-fi, there are four ethernet ports for those that need a wired connection.
There is a bar, which also serves tea and coffee. We supply some sandwiches, and the bar has a few crisps, chocolate bars etc.. If you want anything more substantial by way of food you will need to bring it.
There is plenty of parking just opposite the club, and Hilsea railway station is immediately adjacent. If coming by car, please note that Norway Road is at a higher level than Airport Service Road, and flies over it. There is a good bus service along Norway Road, and there is a bus-stop near to the steps down from Norway Road to Airport Service Road, adjacent to the Railway Station.
If the barrier is determinedly down in the extended part of the car park, and you need to get in, press the button for the intercom and say why you are there. The barrier will then be raised.
The door to the club may well be locked. If so, you will need to ring the buzzer and ask for the Linux meeting. Go up the stairs and through the bar to the door at the back left corner of the bar.
The sign-in list will, as usual, be at the back of the room. Please do not forget to sign it. The gold moneybox will also be at the back of the room, use of which is encouraged, but not compulsory.
A map and directions can be found on the Broad Oak Sports & Social Club website
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