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    #1

    More info soon

    Hi,

    Just wondering whether to use "More info soon." or "More details soon." on my website.

    It's for the bookings section. For example:

    May 2013

    event name @ Nightclub, Leeds [postcode here]

    More info soon.


    Would the correct answer change depending on whether the date, line-up, entry fee, opening time, age entry and playing time are displayed? What if some of these are displayed but those in the example above, e.g. location, are not; would that change the answer? Also, was my use of a semi-colon correct just then? ;)

    Many Thanks.

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    Re: More info soon

    As an NES but not s teacher, I would have probably hsve written "details to follow".
    If you had been able to provide more details at the start, I would have expsnded the note to say "further details to follow".

    Regards
    R21

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