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18th – 21st April 2014,
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Glasgow, UK.

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Bar prices announced

The Crowne Plaza has announced reduced bar prices for the Convention

real ale from £3.50 per pint
beer/lager from £3.65 per pint
house wine £3.50 per glass, £15.00 per bottle
coke/lemonade £2.50 per pint

The real ale is being supplied to the hotel by Kelburn Brewery, who will also source real cider for the hotel. Kelburn should be familiar to fans as they supplied the real ale for previous Satellite conventions, Concussion the 2006 Eastercon and Interaction the 2005 Worldcon.

Added on 2014-02-26 18:16 by Mark

Website not available - possible explanation

It has been brought to our attention that some people have been having difficulty accessing the website over their home broadband connections. We suspect that this may be due to Sky re-organising their servers following their takeover of O2's broadband clients.

Unfortunately, there is nothing we can do about this; but the problem should be temporary, and you should still be able to access the site via other connections, such as your mobile device or business connection.

If you encounter this problem, we apologise for the inconvenience. If there is anything you need to contact us urgently about, please drop as an email at enquiries@satellite4.org.uk. If you would like to help us diagnose the problem, please email webmaster@satellite4.org.uk with details of the connection you were using (eg. home broadband provided by BT, or mobile data provided by O2) and the text of the error message you received.

Added on 2014-02-19 22:10 by admin

Have you booked your hotel room?

Hotel rooms are going fast - the Campanile and Crowne Plaza are
essentially full. We do still have some rooms left at the Hilton Garden
Inn and the Marriott. Please book as soon as you can to ensure you get
your preferred room type. The Marriott still has family rooms, doubles and
twins. The Hilton Garden Inn has some doubles and twins available.

Added on 2014-02-13 10:44 by Mark

The Royal Society of Edinburgh elects Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell to be its next President

Satellite 4 would like to congratulate Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell on her appointment as President-elect of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. This award reflects her prominence as an outstanding astrophysicist and prominent science communicator. She is the first female to be appointed to this prestigious post since its founding in 1783. The full press release can be found here.

Added on 2014-02-06 19:35 by Michael

Pigeon Pattern Preview

Loncon 3 are using the famous London pigeon as part of their publicity campaign and will be running a workshop at Satellite 4 where you can create your very own stuffed toy pigeon. If you'd like to make an early start, then you can download the pigeon pattern here.

Added on 2014-02-05 21:14 by Christine