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It proved quite difficult to find a venue in the city centre that was

  • spacious enough, to hold it in one room
  • free for 2 consecutive days
  • easy to access with a car to drop off the books
  • not used by the Gi
  • affordable

The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall proved to be the best. 
 
 
 
Apart from the carpet... 80's disco!
 
 
 
 
 

the room filled out nicely!