[tog] Electromagnetic Field pre-sale tickets are now available
dan at post.com
Tue Jun 26 19:15:45 IST 2012
Ferry is booked. 3 of us are heading to Milton Keynes by ferry and
Car. Robfitz, tdr112 and myself zg3409. If anyone wants to come along
with us it will be max €150 for round trip. Robfitz has a spare
advance festival ticket which works out around £100.
On 13/06/2012, Daniel Cussen <dan at post.com> wrote:
> For those who have not heard there is a hacker camp on in Milton
> Keynes the last Weekend in July. At least 3 or 4 from TOG in Dublin
> will be heading. Some of us hope to go by car and others by plane etc.
> I should have enough for a car load. However if someone else could
> access a van with 3 seats in the front, and head to the event instead,
> this would allow more gear to be brought there and back.
> So is anyone with access to a van interested in attending?
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Daniel Cussen <dan at post.com>
> I am considering booking my car on the ferry to attend this event. The
> main reason for the car rather than flying is the need to bring tents
> and gadgets.
> My current plan is
> On the Friday leave very early or even the night before.
> Ferry over 4 hours
> Drive to near Milton Keynes 6 hours
> The plan is to camp Fri/Sat & Sunday night. Travel back Monday
> I am pricing the budget at myself plus two others (maximum 3/4)
> I have rough prices for ferry and petrol.
> I RECKON €200 EACH WOULD BE MAX PRICE for ferry and petrol etc.
> I would like to book the ferry in the next week. I need to give names
> to the ferry company and pay in advance so I would need the 200 Euro
> by Friday of next week.
> So who is on for a road trip?
> On 01/06/2012, Bacon Zombie <baconzombie at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Don't know if everyone is on their mailing list or not.
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: "Mark Steward" <marksteward at gmail.com>
>> Date: Jun 1, 2012 11:25 AM
>> Subject: [uk-hack-camp] Electromagnetic Field pre-sale tickets are now
>> To: "uk-hack-camp at googlegroups.com" <uk-hack-camp at googlegroups.com>
>> Hi all!
>> We're going to send the text below out to other mailing lists today, but
>> figured it would be best to start here. You can check progress of ticket
>> sales at http://hack.rs/cacti/emfcamp
>> Pre-sale tickets for Electromagnetic Field are now available at
>> http://www.emfcamp.org/. A pre-sale ticket will reserve you a full ticket
>> for an initial payment of £30, and will give you a reduced final ticket
>> price. At the same time, this means we can put down various necessary
>> deposits. Please participate in the pre-sales if you plan to attend: this
>> money will let the camp happen.
>> If you haven't already heard about us: we're planning the first large UK
>> hacker/maker camping festival, styled after events like Chaos
>> Camp and Hacking at Random. We hope to provide 3 full days of hacking,
>> making, breaking, fixing, tinkering and fun. The camp is from Friday 31st
>> August to Sunday 2nd September in the lovely Pineham Park near Milton
>> Keynes (see http://wiki.emfcamp.org/wiki/Location).
>> Final tickets will likely cost between £75 and £100 each, which includes
>> access to the site, all events and talks. There will be an additional
>> for parking permits if you arrive by car. If you find out later that you
>> cannot attend the camp after all, we'll gladly refund £20 of your
>> ticket price, with £10 kept as an administrative fee. We won't charge
>> fee if the final ticket price is over £100.
>> Electromagnetic Field is a non-profit event, and entirely community-run.
>> All work is done in people's spare time, and nobody is getting paid for
>> If you would like to help organise the camp please get in contact with
>> We will soon send out a request for volunteers to help run the camp
>> Some initial information can be found here:
>> And we have an open Call for Participation for talks, workshops,
>> performances, and villages here:
>> See you there!
>> ~hugs and squiggles~
>> The EMF team
>> "The fine print."
>> We aim to be as accessible as possible, so if you have any special
>> requirements please get in contact with us at contact at emfcamp.org and
>> try to accommodate you.
>> Animals are not allowed on site, except for guide dogs.
>> For this first year, EMF is an event for people of ages 18 and over. This
>> is a result of the specific regulations and statutory requirements for
>> events in the UK. If you have experience running similar events with
>> children and can help us, please get in touch soon by emailing
>> contact at emfcamp.org.
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