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Yorkmeet 2010.
« on: 13 January 2010, 21:53:26 »

The site is established. Shower facilities are open beyond the doorway given they are in a sports pavilion so Dad must guard the entrance while Mum & littlun's shower...for no extra charge so no great shakes. Toilets always open. The sites camping charges are less than many OOFMEETS. Ian_D puts a lot of effort into the meet with gazebos & quiet background music for evening entertainment. Work on cars is allowed but racing on the airfield is sadly forbidden due to Elite Pete's MX5 being a cheeky little tinker :y We have use of an indoor kitchen & seating area all inclusive.
  To sum up a good meet albiet a little rough & ready, child & dog friendly, local shops etc.
     For those of us who don't need summer temps why not make this the first OOFMEET of 2010 in March/April so as not to coincide with the Lakes & Newent meets. :y
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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #1 on: 13 January 2010, 22:00:31 »

I'll pop in over the weekend.
Rude not too, being a stone's throw away..........
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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #2 on: 13 January 2010, 23:29:17 »

Shifts dependant ...... we'll be there in a tin tent!

Do we have any idea when-ish?
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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #3 on: 13 January 2010, 23:47:07 »

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Shifts dependant ...... we'll be there in a tin tent!

Do we have any idea when-ish?

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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #4 on: 14 January 2010, 00:14:10 »

Sounds good to me Guy not been able to do a York meet yet hope to do this one but as with all meets "work dependant" :y
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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #5 on: 14 January 2010, 14:56:55 »

set a date n i'll be there...
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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #6 on: 14 January 2010, 21:02:09 »

Looking good so far. I need to contact Ian_D but have lost his no. If anyone has it could they PM me or PM him to ask if it's ok..he'll say yes so then we can start sorting out a date & get this show on the road in time for those who wish to attend. Guy. :y
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« Reply #7 on: 14 January 2010, 21:10:37 »

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Looking good so far. I need to contact Ian_D but have lost his no. If anyone has it could they PM me or PM him to ask if it's ok..he'll say yes so then we can start sorting out a date & get this show on the road in time for those who wish to attend. Guy. :y

Why not PM him and get him to call you? :-? :-? ::) ::)
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« Reply #8 on: 14 January 2010, 21:17:51 »

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Looking good so far. I need to contact Ian_D but have lost his no. If anyone has it could they PM me or PM him to ask if it's ok..he'll say yes so then we can start sorting out a date & get this show on the road in time for those who wish to attend. Guy. :y

Why not PM him and get him to call you? :-? :-? ::) ::)
I'll look on the members list! :y
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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #9 on: 16 January 2010, 23:38:46 »

OK. I've spoken to Ian, (cheers Andy)
    We're looking at the weekend 10th & 11th of April. For those on shift work it'd be a miracle if we can cater for you all but let's get the ball rolling & hope those of you on shift might have enough notice to swap/book hols. etc.

   CURRY TIME!!!!!!!! :P :y
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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #10 on: 16 January 2010, 23:39:54 »

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OK. I've spoken to Ian, (cheers Andy)
    We're looking at the weekend 10th & 11th of April. For those on shift work it'd be a miracle if we can cater for you all but let's get the ball rolling & hope those of you on shift might have enough notice to swap/book hols. etc.

   CURRY TIME!!!!!!!! :P :y

 P.S start a list of attendees please. 8-)
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« Reply #11 on: 17 January 2010, 02:15:57 »

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OK. I've spoken to Ian, (cheers Andy)
    We're looking at the weekend 10th & 11th of April. For those on shift work it'd be a miracle if we can cater for you all but let's get the ball rolling & hope those of you on shift might have enough notice to swap/book hols. etc.

   CURRY TIME!!!!!!!! :P :y

 P.S start a list of attendees please. 8-)

http://www.omegaowners.com/forum/YaBB.pl?num=1263694498  :y :y :y :y
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« Reply #12 on: 17 January 2010, 22:19:54 »

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OK. I've spoken to Ian, (cheers Andy)
    We're looking at the weekend 10th & 11th of April. For those on shift work it'd be a miracle if we can cater for you all but let's get the ball rolling & hope those of you on shift might have enough notice to swap/book hols. etc.

   CURRY TIME!!!!!!!! :P :y

Cheers for getting the ball rolling Guy!

I've been that busy last couple of months I’ve hardly been on OOF  :( :( :'(

Anyway, I should be back on the forum everyday (or at least every other day) shortly!

So.... York meet 2010 COME ON!

Whenever the date (unless I cant get time off work - but that’s unlikely) I will be there with all the gadgets like usual - Tents / gazebos / Music / Gennys etc - and this year I will also be bringing my Tin Caravan! WOO! (So I guess there will be even more toys in there to!  ;))

Anyway, enough rambling - You all know how good the last few York meets have been, so see YOU there  ;D :y
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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #13 on: 17 January 2010, 23:02:00 »

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Ian_D                         - Caravan
Andy B + Mrs Andy B - Caravan
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PedroMV6                  - Being boring and not camping!



I live less than three miles away - I'm a bit too old for camping the back garden now dude!
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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #14 on: 20 January 2010, 21:01:46 »

where is this york meet and how many nights is it :)
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« Reply #15 on: 20 January 2010, 21:07:05 »

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where is this york meet and how many nights is it :)

Here dude -
http://www.multimap.com/maps/?qs=rufforth&countryCode=GB
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« Reply #16 on: 20 January 2010, 21:15:58 »

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where is this york meet and how many nights is it :)

Here dude -
http://www.multimap.com/maps/?qs=rufforth&countryCode=GB
hmmm only an hour or less from me i think il see if the wife fancies it :y
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« Reply #17 on: 20 January 2010, 21:17:55 »

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where is this york meet and how many nights is it :)

Here dude -
http://www.multimap.com/maps/?qs=rufforth&countryCode=GB
Thanks for the link pedro. When you do come could you bring the Carlton please???!!!XXX :y
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« Reply #18 on: 20 January 2010, 21:42:38 »

If it wants to work this year, then I will do!
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« Reply #19 on: 20 January 2010, 22:04:06 »

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Would be nice to see another Carlton. I used to have one & loved it! :y
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Would be nice to see another Carlton. I used to have one & loved it! :y

You're lucky - I f**king hate mine!!! >:( >:( >:(

Thing is, it looks good (if I do say so myself), so it stays..........and is a bloody money pit! ::)
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« Reply #21 on: 21 January 2010, 19:18:29 »

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OK. I've spoken to Ian, (cheers Andy)
    We're looking at the weekend 10th & 11th of April. For those on shift work it'd be a miracle if we can cater for you all but let's get the ball rolling & hope those of you on shift might have enough notice to swap/book hols. etc.

   CURRY TIME!!!!!!!! :P :y
so is it sat and sun night come home monday :question
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« Reply #22 on: 21 January 2010, 22:17:28 »

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OK. I've spoken to Ian, (cheers Andy)
    We're looking at the weekend 10th & 11th of April. For those on shift work it'd be a miracle if we can cater for you all but let's get the ball rolling & hope those of you on shift might have enough notice to swap/book hols. etc.

   CURRY TIME!!!!!!!! :P :y
so is it sat and sun night come home monday :question

The last meets have been Friday afternoon for those who can make it, Fri night, Sat night & pack up Sun morning to go by dinner time.  :y
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« Reply #23 on: 22 January 2010, 18:29:08 »

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   CURRY TIME!!!!!!!! :P :y

Parvin on Beckfield Lane, Acomb - couple of miles from campsite.

I have a menu..........excellent food! :y
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« Reply #24 on: 22 January 2010, 18:40:06 »

So how do we get booked on to this meet then?

Im up for it :y
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   CURRY TIME!!!!!!!! :P :y

Parvin on Beckfield Lane, Acomb - couple of miles from campsite.

I have a menu..........excellent food! :y

I bet it's not a patch on Guys curry though :y :y
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« Reply #26 on: 22 January 2010, 21:56:30 »

Davethediver, add your name to the attendees list showing caravan/tent etc. & you're in pal. Look forward to seeing you. Hercules, you're only a hop & skip along the M62 so no excuses, get your name down as well matey. :y
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Parvin on Beckfield Lane, Acomb - couple of miles from campsite.

I have a menu..........excellent food! :y

I bet it's not a patch on Guys curry though :y :y
Last year Paul we had both. Mine one night, 2nd night PW googled the nearest takeaway on his phone & the 3rd night i cooked chilli. Barbie was always going as well. :y
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Parvin on Beckfield Lane, Acomb - couple of miles from campsite.

I have a menu..........excellent food! :y

I bet it's not a patch on Guys curry though :y :y
Last year Paul we had both. Mine one night, 2nd night PW googled the nearest takeaway on his phone & the 3rd night i cooked chilli. Barbie was always going as well. :y

I'm not coming if you can't do enough curry for me to have both nights ::) ;D :D :y
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« Reply #29 on: 22 January 2010, 22:10:29 »

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right gonna put mi name down if nobody minds mi kids(note to self i must do electrics on mi towbar) ;D
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« Reply #30 on: 22 January 2010, 23:17:21 »

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right gonna put mi name down if nobody minds mi kids(note to self i must do electrics on mi towbar) ;D

Pretty sure other peeps have had their ankle-biters there previously, so no worries!

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« Reply #31 on: 23 January 2010, 01:17:51 »

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Davethediver, add your name to the attendees list showing caravan/tent etc. & you're in pal. Look forward to seeing you. Hercules, you're only a hop & skip along the M62 so no excuses, get your name down as well matey. :y
right gonna put mi name down if nobody minds mi kids(note to self i must do electrics on mi towbar) ;D

Pretty sure other peeps have had their ankle-biters there previously, so no worries!

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« Reply #32 on: 29 January 2010, 22:15:16 »

Weekend 10th 11th april? I'll have just turned 47 by then......erm ..... i meant 24!!!!! :y ::)
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You'll be playing 'catch up' with me then ..... and others  ;)  :y  :y  :y
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You'll be playing 'catch up' with me then ..... and others  ;)  :y  :y  :y
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You'll be playing 'catch up' with me then ..... and others  ;)  :y  :y  :y


Not many though ;D ;D :P :P
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« Reply #37 on: 30 January 2010, 14:29:29 »

so being as young and spritely as i am does this mean im gonna be surrounded by codgers ;D
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« Reply #38 on: 30 January 2010, 17:14:30 »

hmmmmmm   was thinkin of bringin " lady olivia " an "bob "  but not sure bout the distance ...bit far to york mate an ive not got me passport yet ...
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« Reply #39 on: 30 January 2010, 22:36:55 »

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You can apply for a Yorkshire Passport or "Visitor From Somewhere Else" Visa (Maximum stay of 28 days) from City of York council.

Postal address:
City of York Council,
Library Square,
York,
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Email: ycc@york.gov.uk

You WILL have to stop at Passport Control on the Yorkshire side of the Humber Bridge or Meadowhall at Sheffield (dedicated lane on the M1).
You WILL need proof of ID, your Visa, and four weeks wage slips to prove you can support yourself for the time you are in God's Own County.
There WILL be a short test to determine your Englishness and a lollipop for the kids (30p each, available at the counter) if you are allowed in.

For your information:
There are plans for further Yorkshire Passport Controls being built to help stop the influx of 'Suvverners', 'Geordies', 'Monkey-hangers', Red Roses and 'Scots' into The Ridings on a permanent basis.
These will be at Huddersfield (A62), Middlesborough (A19) Scotch Corner (A1). All lesser and minor roads in to the Fair County are being watched, manned and defended by local farmers with Land Rover Defenders (usually blue ones) and shotguns (guns that fire shot). We have our own Coastguard infrastructure almost in place so don't even think about a sneaky one round Flamborough Head of an evening.
Our airports at Leeds/Bradford, Ool and Doncaster have their own measures in place.

These measures are being taken in the likely event of the Rest of England falling to the will and wish of Johnny Foreign types, so The People's Republic of Yorkshire can keep calm and carry on.
Should England fall, then there are secret measure to ensure that everyone n Yorkshire is kept safe and well. Unless you're from "Somewhere Else" in which case, you'll be sent packing with no cash incentive or other financial help offered or implied. The alternative will be accommodation in Noth Pakistan (Bradford on other people's maps) or Ool. (Hull on other people's maps).
If you have proof of being born in Yorkshire, then you might find a small donation (upwards of the price of a pint) to The People's Republic Of Yorkshire will smooth the way to finding a more permanent residency within the boundaries of York, North, South, West and the East Riding of Yorkshire.




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« Reply #40 on: 30 January 2010, 22:37:45 »

That was SUCH a good dream.................
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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #42 on: 31 January 2010, 01:00:22 »

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hmmmmmm   was thinkin of bringin " lady olivia " an "bob "  but not sure bout the distance ...bit far to york mate an ive not got me passport yet ...

You can apply for a Yorkshire Passport or "Visitor From Somewhere Else" Visa (Maximum stay of 28 days) from City of York council.

Postal address:
City of York Council,
Library Square,
York,
YO1 7DU

Email: ycc@york.gov.uk

You WILL have to stop at Passport Control on the Yorkshire side of the Humber Bridge or Meadowhall at Sheffield (dedicated lane on the M1).
You WILL need proof of ID, your Visa, and four weeks wage slips to prove you can support yourself for the time you are in God's Own County.
There WILL be a short test to determine your Englishness and a lollipop for the kids (30p each, available at the counter) if you are allowed in.

For your information:
There are plans for further Yorkshire Passport Controls being built to help stop the influx of 'Suvverners', 'Geordies', 'Monkey-hangers', Red Roses and 'Scots' into The Ridings on a permanent basis.
These will be at Huddersfield (A62), Middlesborough (A19) Scotch Corner (A1). All lesser and minor roads in to the Fair County are being watched, manned and defended by local farmers with Land Rover Defenders (usually blue ones) and shotguns (guns that fire shot). We have our own Coastguard infrastructure almost in place so don't even think about a sneaky one round Flamborough Head of an evening.
Our airports at Leeds/Bradford, Ool and Doncaster have their own measures in place.

These measures are being taken in the likely event of the Rest of England falling to the will and wish of Johnny Foreign types, so The People's Republic of Yorkshire can keep calm and carry on.
Should England fall, then there are secret measure to ensure that everyone n Yorkshire is kept safe and well. Unless you're from "Somewhere Else" in which case, you'll be sent packing with no cash incentive or other financial help offered or implied. The alternative will be accommodation in Noth Pakistan (Bradford on other people's maps) or Ool. (Hull on other people's maps).
If you have proof of being born in Yorkshire, then you might find a small donation (upwards of the price of a pint) to The People's Republic Of Yorkshire will smooth the way to finding a more permanent residency within the boundaries of York, North, South, West and the East Riding of Yorkshire.




dear sir / madman ,after reading with great interest the small print on my request to enter the universe known as  yorkshire , i cant help but notice no form of mention as to the dubious characters whom roam the badlands of lincolnshire ( also known to many as the lincolnshire yellowbellies).As i class myself as the afore mentioned  may i asume that no legal requirement of passport documention will be required,as i shant be crossing the humber bridge due to the medical conditions of vertigo and  hydrophobia , and most of my journey will be made by horse an cart i shall be travelling via field and bridalway.Could you please verify this to be   all in order i shall be starting my long journey tomorrow.
                yours most sincerely

               v6fletch , local urchin,chicken thief and general vagabond , as yet unknown to the local constabulary.     ..
 i think.   ps i shall be accompanied by other dodgy characters of the well known "Fletcher clan " ie fletches mrs  and kids
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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #43 on: 31 January 2010, 10:51:24 »

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hmmmmmm   was thinkin of bringin " lady olivia " an "bob "  but not sure bout the distance ...bit far to york mate an ive not got me passport yet ...

You can apply for a Yorkshire Passport or "Visitor From Somewhere Else" Visa (Maximum stay of 28 days) from City of York council.

Postal address:
City of York Council,
Library Square,
York,
YO1 7DU

Email: ycc@york.gov.uk

You WILL have to stop at Passport Control on the Yorkshire side of the Humber Bridge or Meadowhall at Sheffield (dedicated lane on the M1).
You WILL need proof of ID, your Visa, and four weeks wage slips to prove you can support yourself for the time you are in God's Own County.
There WILL be a short test to determine your Englishness and a lollipop for the kids (30p each, available at the counter) if you are allowed in.

For your information:
There are plans for further Yorkshire Passport Controls being built to help stop the influx of 'Suvverners', 'Geordies', 'Monkey-hangers', Red Roses and 'Scots' into The Ridings on a permanent basis.
These will be at Huddersfield (A62), Middlesborough (A19) Scotch Corner (A1). All lesser and minor roads in to the Fair County are being watched, manned and defended by local farmers with Land Rover Defenders (usually blue ones) and shotguns (guns that fire shot). We have our own Coastguard infrastructure almost in place so don't even think about a sneaky one round Flamborough Head of an evening.
Our airports at Leeds/Bradford, Ool and Doncaster have their own measures in place.

These measures are being taken in the likely event of the Rest of England falling to the will and wish of Johnny Foreign types, so The People's Republic of Yorkshire can keep calm and carry on.
Should England fall, then there are secret measure to ensure that everyone n Yorkshire is kept safe and well. Unless you're from "Somewhere Else" in which case, you'll be sent packing with no cash incentive or other financial help offered or implied. The alternative will be accommodation in Noth Pakistan (Bradford on other people's maps) or Ool. (Hull on other people's maps).
If you have proof of being born in Yorkshire, then you might find a small donation (upwards of the price of a pint) to The People's Republic Of Yorkshire will smooth the way to finding a more permanent residency within the boundaries of York, North, South, West and the East Riding of Yorkshire.




dear sir / madman ,after reading with great interest the small print on my request to enter the universe known as  yorkshire , i cant help but notice no form of mention as to the dubious characters whom roam the badlands of lincolnshire ( also known to many as the lincolnshire yellowbellies).As i class myself as the afore mentioned  may i asume that no legal requirement of passport documention will be required,as i shant be crossing the humber bridge due to the medical conditions of vertigo and  hydrophobia , and most of my journey will be made by horse an cart i shall be travelling via field and bridalway.Could you please verify this to be   all in order i shall be starting my long journey tomorrow.
                yours most sincerely

               v6fletch , local urchin,chicken thief and general vagabond , as yet unknown to the local constabulary.     ..
 i think.   ps i shall be accompanied by other dodgy characters of the well known "Fletcher clan " ie fletches mrs  and kids

Dear Mr. V6letch - sorry, Fletch.
Yer from t'other side o'big bridge.
Thas a sootherner.
Know wot Oi mean? ;D
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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #44 on: 31 January 2010, 20:17:52 »

I've just had a phone call from Ian_D. He's spoken to the site chappie & unfortunatly the site is fully booked on the weekend in question & no dates available in April. The earliest is early March or the latest 15th or 22nd May.
   May is a little close to this years Lakesmeet which is looking to be a good'n so would only be suitable for local folk who don't want to travel too far. As for March it would be a tad cold for camping & entertaining junior oofers although the pavilion bar can be slept in, pump up your mattresses & make your beds as you would if tenting + full access & use of kitchen, toilets etc.
    Otherwise it has been suggested just a few of us with caravans go anyway. Ian, myself, Stuy117 Andy B & Annette, i believe Hercules has a van & is local etc.


   Suffice to say The april meet is OFF sorry, Guy.
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« Reply #45 on: 31 January 2010, 21:25:03 »

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I've just had a phone call from Ian_D. He's spoken to the site chappie & unfortunatly the site is fully booked on the weekend in question & no dates available in April. The earliest is early March or the latest 15th or 22nd May.
   May is a little close to this years Lakesmeet which is looking to be a good'n so would only be suitable for local folk who don't want to travel too far. As for March it would be a tad cold for camping & entertaining junior oofers although the pavilion bar can be slept in, pump up your mattresses & make your beds as you would if tenting + full access & use of kitchen, toilets etc.
    Otherwise it has been suggested just a few of us with caravans go anyway. Ian, myself, Stuy117 Andy B & Annette, i believe Hercules has a van & is local etc.


   Suffice to say The april meet is OFF sorry, Guy.
there must be somewhere else mate, was lookin 4 wood to it, not ur fault , summat will turn up.
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« Reply #46 on: 31 January 2010, 21:56:45 »

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I've just had a phone call from Ian_D. He's spoken to the site chappie & unfortunatly the site is fully booked on the weekend in question & no dates available in April. The earliest is early March or the latest 15th or 22nd May.
   May is a little close to this years Lakesmeet which is looking to be a good'n so would only be suitable for local folk who don't want to travel too far. As for March it would be a tad cold for camping & entertaining junior oofers although the pavilion bar can be slept in, pump up your mattresses & make your beds as you would if tenting + full access & use of kitchen, toilets etc.
    Otherwise it has been suggested just a few of us with caravans go anyway. Ian, myself, Stuy117 Andy B & Annette, i believe Hercules has a van & is local etc.


   Suffice to say The april meet is OFF sorry, Guy.
there must be somewhere else mate, was lookin 4 wood to it, not you are fault , summat will turn up.


REF our telephone chat. me an the mrs are up for both if you reckon you could organise em both, we dont mind kippin in the pavilion , after all we are goin for a good buzz an to get to meet people, we are country bumpkins not wimps.we are up for it if you can get enough interest from others  :y
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« Reply #47 on: 02 February 2010, 21:21:20 »

bugger was lookin forward to it,if i didnt have 3 nippers id go anytime but if its cold and theyre stuck in the van winding the wife up it wouldnt be much fun(chuffin english weather)but at the same time im tempted i dont think the wife will be :(
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« Reply #48 on: 03 February 2010, 17:59:43 »

We still might do a May meet. As said it's a tad close to the Lakesmeet which is bound to be a pearler so in no way in competiton with, purely an alternative or more a "local meet for local people".
    Not sure yet but watch this space. Guy. :y
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Re: Yorkmeet 2010.
« Reply #49 on: 03 February 2010, 20:15:53 »

Bugger! I never noticed Guy's post re lack of field. We'll be away around the time of the Lakes meet too.
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