WordCamp 2012: sleeper service to Scotland, anyone?

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This year’s big UK WordCamp will be in Edinburgh; tickets are due to go on sale in the next few days. It’s a beautiful city, and the venue looks magnificent. But obviously, it poses a few logistical problems for those of us based in south-east England.

So I was thinking… does anyone fancy taking the Caledonian Sleeper service overnight from London Euston? Tickets for that weekend are now on sale; at the time of writing, it’ll come to £100 return. However, if we can get a group of 10 together, we can probably get a decent discount… not to mention the benefit of each other’s fine company. (And the prospect of being the world’s first Mobile WordCamp!)

If you’re interested, add a comment to this blog post (or send me an email via the contact form). Obviously, we can’t do anything about it until tickets actually go on sale, but it would be a good idea to get a feel for possible numbers.

2 thoughts on “WordCamp 2012: sleeper service to Scotland, anyone?”

  1. I’m up for it! Already doing one domestic flight this year so the train would be good. Definitely count me in – email me if you’re sorting this out off the web…

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