Mr Toad and Mr Poirot

Saturday 18th November (end of 6th week)

Follow one of the most dramatic sections of the Thames, from the grave of Agatha Christie in Cholsey, through George Michael’s hometown of Goring, and passing through the countryside near Pangbourne that inspired many of the illustrations for ‘Wind in the Willows’.

Meet: Oxford Railway Station
Time: 8.50am (train departs at 9.07)
Return: Approx. 5pm
Distance: 17km (10 miles)
Cost: £5.40 with railcard/group ticket, £8.20 otherwise
Lunch: Please bring a packed lunch
Leader: Charles Yin (charles.yin@mansfield.ox.ac.uk)

Pub Quiz

Come along to our pub quiz social on Tuesday night!

This Tuesday (21st November), the Walking Club will be participating in the quiz at the Cape of Good Hope, which is on the corner of Cowley Road/Iffley Road. The quiz starts at 8.30pm, but we strongly advise arriving at 8pm or soon after, as this is a popular quiz, and seating is limited. It costs £1 per person to enter, and usually finshes around 11pm.
 
We look forward to seeing some of you there (perhaps we’ll even win something!)
Time: 8:00 pm, Tuesday 21st November
Venue: Cape of Good Hope (just off Cowley Road roundabout)
Cost: £1 to enter the quiz
Contact: alexander.beckett@hertford.ox.ac.uk or Cape of Good Hope Pub Quiz facebook page