“And, if a few rounds of golf on our two world class, links style, courses can assist..”

The NIO have announced the venue for the three-days of talks in Scotland from the 11th to the 13th October along with details of how to get there.. It is The Fairmont St Andrews Hotel.. Adds the No Vacancies sign is already up..The media facilities will be limited at the venue itself

Arrangements for the media area, Fairmont St Andrews Hotel

Provisions in this area will be limited. Vehicle access is limited to broadcast/edit vans on the accreditation list only. Broadcast vehicles may be subject to a police search on arrival.

No private vehicles will be given access to this area and a shuttle bus will operate between the Fairmont and Best Western hotels.

A covered working space and a designated area for broadcast vehicles will be made available. No telecommunications are available in this area. These have been installed in the filing centre only.

It is anticipated that doorstep interviews by the political parties will take place at this location. Please note that due to the location no media feed will be provided.

This facility will be open from 8am on Wednesday 11 October 2006 and 6am on subsequent mornings.

The Fairmont St Andrews Hotel have an incentive team too..

The Fairmont St Andrews team will energize your corporate or incentive group, inspire imaginative themes, and enhance their productive value by building stronger bonds, better communication and new more creative modes of thinking. And, if a few rounds of golf on our two world class, links style, courses can assist in accomplishing all of this while in the ‘Home of Golf’ then perhaps now is a good time to book your corporate or incentive group business with us.

Let sunshine win the day… again…

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