Death Penalty Speakers at Royal Holloway, University of London, Wednesday 7.30 – 9.30

The following is a message from the Amnesty student group at Royal Holloway:
 
On 12th February two exonerated Death Row inmates are coming to speak at our university. This is a fantastic opportunity and not one we’d like to deny anyone, so we encourage members of all other Amnesty groups and any members of the general public to join us.
 
The event will be from Wednesday 12 February 7.30 – 9.30 in the Arts lecture theatre at Royal Holloway, Egham Hill, Egham, Surrey, TW20 0EX. There will be a charge of £2 per person.
 
For further details, please contact Imogen Tyreman: :imogenetyreman@hotmail.com
 
Below are more detailed instructions about how to access the University by train:
 
If you’re arriving from the London direction, you’ll need to cross over the bridge. From there follow the main road into the town, taking a left at the traffic lights. From there just stay on the main road, you’ll pass a shell garage and then come to a roundabout. Again, follow the main road up the hill and you’ll come to the entrance of Royal Holloway. There are two you’ll see, take the second (400m on from the first footbridge). We’ll signpost it from there, but just so you know head towards the main building, taking the road between it and the carpark, then as you reach the middle of it, turn left along the path towards the shop. The arts building should be sign posted; it’s across the next carpark and on the right and the talk is through the main doors.
 
Alternatively, taxis are waiting at the station and cost about £6 to reach the campus (this cost can be split, obviously). The number for one of the main companies is 01784 471111 should anyone wish to book one.
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