Let's meet in front of the entrance -- we'll eventually move inside (or sit outside), so look for the group I won't have access to phone/ internet/ twitter service, but we'll make sure to stay either at the tables outside or inside.
PM me on the forums if you have any questions before the event begins. Hope to see you there!
Brandon "BranFlakes" Felczer | Former Community Team Lead for Perfect World Entertainment
It really depends on the pub manager. The JD Wetherspoon website has this info:
"Children (under 16 years)
We welcome children in our pubs, until a set time each evening. This time is set at a local level, by the pub and its licence, so will vary from pub to pub; that said, it will usually be during 5?9pm.
To avoid disappointment, we suggest that you contact the pub directly, before visiting, to check when children must leave.
Children must be accompanied by a person aged 18 years or over. For their own safety, children must be supervised at all times. If any adult with children wishes to consume alcohol, then we request that all members of the party order a meal (babies and toddlers excepted).
Children are not permitted to order or consume alcohol or to play on gaming machines.
Young people (16?17 years)
The same timing restrictions which apply to children also apply to 16 to 17-year-olds.
Young people may order and consume food and non-alcoholic drinks (excluding Scotland). They are not permitted to order or consume alcohol or to play on gaming machines."
To make sure you might want to contact the pub and ask.
I may make this... there was a leaving do for a person I've never met down in Devon... but that's a bit of a hike. 6pm start makes all the difference. Because the last trains out of Nodnol leave stupidly early for visitors, a 7pm start would leave bout 2 hours.