We can only apologise for selling out of copies of TSLR048 on Saturday outside Falmer long before kick off. These kind of things don't often happen with The Seagull Love Review but the combination of some decent, dry weather and the promise of a free supplement - TSLR049: Albion Away Days - meant that we significantly under-ordered copies of the mag. However, you can pick up a shiny new issue (and we still have a limited number of supplements left) from the TSLR online shop HERE (or follow the link on your left). In fact, in the coming weeks you'll be able to purchase the full back catalogue including all nine issues of TSLR from the 2012-13 season, as you still can for previous seasons.
On a totally separate note, those who did manage to pick up a copy will have seen the annual TSLR fans' survey responses contained within the latest issue. Thanks to everyone who submitted their answers and - if you did leave a postal address - we will be getting round to sending out your free TSLR pin badge when we get round to it. Please bear with us as we received far more responses than we expected. If you only sent us your email address, we'll be contacting you soon.
One of the main issues of concern highlighted in the survey continues to be the public transport access to and from our wonderful new home. So it was nice to be sent this image of an article in Transport Xtra magazine (we know, we know, possibly even less readers than TSLR) this morning. Brighton Main Line 2 (BML2) sounds like an excellent route forward and, having spent two-and-a-half hours getting back to London (partly by bus from Brighton to Three Bridges) yesterday, it seems like the ideal solution. The lobbying campaign for BML2 better begin soon - it took London some 30-odd years to get Crossrail.