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Old 01-03-2006, 14:01   #1 (permalink)
Graham G
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Unofficial afl/101 club meet

Right then, after having a long chat with Martyn over several cups of coffee
we have decided the following:

1. We will have a meet in April, dates to suit (think Lee had some
suggestions but can't find them).

2. We are not bothering with a campsite, I have a field everyone can use (or
hard standing), barns to use in the evening, an outside loo, a possible
electric hook up (given a sufficient extension lead) and as much free
firewood as anyone needs. A campsite in the Startford upon Avon area is
going to be nothing but hassle.

3. I will endevour to book my mates off road course (should be no problem)
which is three miles down the road.

4. My local will cater for a good Sunday roast for everyone

5. If people wanted to stay longer I can organise another activity if enough
requests, clay shooting, quad biking etc (all at extra cost)

6. If I can sort it out, I won't ask for deposits, although if people want
to make a donation that will be given to charity in their absence then they
can do so. The aim is for a "pay as you go" weekend, although I will let you
know ahead of time what the associated costs are.

7. I will take a small sum (a tenner say) off everyone that arrives for my
"site fee" part of this will go to buying my father lunch to say thanks for
taking over his farm, the rest will be donated to Cancer Research. If anyone
wanted proof that this has occured it can be arranged.

Hope this covers everything. The key to it all is keeping it simple, who
turns up, turns up!

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Old 01-03-2006, 15:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Unofficial afl/101 club meet

Steve muttered summat about:

> Graham G wrote:
>
>> Hope this covers everything. The key to it all is keeping it simple,
>> who turns up, turns up!
>>

>
> Hi Graham,
>
> We're in. Jonathan's leg permitting.
>
> Steve


Marvelous. Martyn said he was well plastered (Jonathan not Martyn) but his
spirit wasn't dampened. If you needed anything 'special' let me know and
I'll see what I can do. Dates to be confirmed, sounds like it might be the
end of April though to try and tie in with childrens hols. Will try and
reach a concensus.

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Old 01-03-2006, 15:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Unofficial afl/101 club meet

Just found Lee's original post, "somewhere between 18th - 23rd April". Any
advance on that??

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Old 01-03-2006, 15:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Unofficial afl/101 club meet

Graham G <NOSPAM@here.com> wrote:

> ...
> The key to it all is keeping it simple, who
> turns up, turns up!


Sounds perfect - almost wish I had a 101.

In any event, have fun.
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Old 01-03-2006, 15:01   #5 (permalink)
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Re: Unofficial afl/101 club meet

William Tasso muttered summat about:

> Graham G <NOSPAM@here.com> wrote:
>
>> ...
>> The key to it all is keeping it simple, who
>> turns up, turns up!

>
> Sounds perfect - almost wish I had a 101.
>
> In any event, have fun.


Don't need one, its a joint afl and 101 meet so anyone with a landy is
welcome!!

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Old 01-03-2006, 15:01   #6 (permalink)
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Re: Unofficial afl/101 club meet

Graham G <NOSPAM@here.com> uttered summat worrerz funny about:
> Just found Lee's original post, "somewhere between 18th - 23rd
> April". Any advance on that??


Sorry, I can't make these, I've committed now to same dates elsewhere only 2
nights ago. Site I've booked I've tried to get on three times previously so
had to book early. I've also booked up the summerols too in one foul swoop.
I've checked if I could juggle the dates but the site aint open during my
other leave.

:-(

Don't let that put any one off though, sounds like a cracking weekend in the
offing.

sniff .... sniff....

How far are you from Gaydon? <rubs chin sucking air>

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Old 01-04-2006, 01:01   #7 (permalink)
Graham G
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Re: Unofficial afl/101 club meet

Lee_D muttered summat about:

> Graham G <NOSPAM@here.com> uttered summat worrerz funny about:
>> Just found Lee's original post, "somewhere between 18th - 23rd
>> April". Any advance on that??

>
> Sorry, I can't make these, I've committed now to same dates elsewhere
> only 2 nights ago. Site I've booked I've tried to get on three times
> previously so had to book early. I've also booked up the summerols
> too in one foul swoop. I've checked if I could juggle the dates but
> the site aint open during my other leave.
>
> :-(


Typical!

> Don't let that put any one off though, sounds like a cracking weekend
> in the offing.
>
> sniff .... sniff....
>
> How far are you from Gaydon? <rubs chin sucking air>
>
> Lee


About 5 miles

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Old 01-04-2006, 01:01   #8 (permalink)
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Re: Unofficial afl/101 club meet

Graham G wrote:
> Right then, after having a long chat with Martyn over several cups of
> coffee we have decided the following:
>
> 1. We will have a meet in April, dates to suit (think Lee had some
> suggestions but can't find them).
>
> 2. We are not bothering with a campsite, I have a field everyone can
> use (or hard standing), barns to use in the evening, an outside loo,
> a possible electric hook up (given a sufficient extension lead) and
> as much free firewood as anyone needs. A campsite in the Startford
> upon Avon area is going to be nothing but hassle.
>
> 3. I will endevour to book my mates off road course (should be no
> problem) which is three miles down the road.
>
> 4. My local will cater for a good Sunday roast for everyone
>
> 5. If people wanted to stay longer I can organise another activity if
> enough requests, clay shooting, quad biking etc (all at extra cost)
>
> 6. If I can sort it out, I won't ask for deposits, although if people
> want to make a donation that will be given to charity in their
> absence then they can do so. The aim is for a "pay as you go"
> weekend, although I will let you know ahead of time what the
> associated costs are.
> 7. I will take a small sum (a tenner say) off everyone that arrives
> for my "site fee" part of this will go to buying my father lunch to
> say thanks for taking over his farm, the rest will be donated to
> Cancer Research. If anyone wanted proof that this has occured it can
> be arranged.
> Hope this covers everything. The key to it all is keeping it simple,
> who turns up, turns up!


Where are you matey?


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Old 01-04-2006, 01:01   #9 (permalink)
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Re: Unofficial afl/101 club meet

Graham G wrote:
> Right then, after having a long chat with Martyn over several cups of coffee
> we have decided the following:
>
> 1. We will have a meet in April, dates to suit (think Lee had some
> suggestions but can't find them).


Righto - can I turn up sans vehicle if I'm in the UK at the time? I'm
supposed to be there late-April/early-May for a month or so and I'll try
to juggle airfares to suit.


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Old 01-04-2006, 01:01   #10 (permalink)
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Re: Unofficial afl/101 club meet

Nige muttered summat about:

> Graham G wrote:
>> Right then, after having a long chat with Martyn over several cups of
>> coffee we have decided the following:
>>
>> 1. We will have a meet in April, dates to suit (think Lee had some
>> suggestions but can't find them).
>>
>> 2. We are not bothering with a campsite, I have a field everyone can
>> use (or hard standing), barns to use in the evening, an outside loo,
>> a possible electric hook up (given a sufficient extension lead) and
>> as much free firewood as anyone needs. A campsite in the Startford
>> upon Avon area is going to be nothing but hassle.
>>
>> 3. I will endevour to book my mates off road course (should be no
>> problem) which is three miles down the road.
>>
>> 4. My local will cater for a good Sunday roast for everyone
>>
>> 5. If people wanted to stay longer I can organise another activity if
>> enough requests, clay shooting, quad biking etc (all at extra cost)
>>
>> 6. If I can sort it out, I won't ask for deposits, although if people
>> want to make a donation that will be given to charity in their
>> absence then they can do so. The aim is for a "pay as you go"
>> weekend, although I will let you know ahead of time what the
>> associated costs are.
>> 7. I will take a small sum (a tenner say) off everyone that arrives
>> for my "site fee" part of this will go to buying my father lunch to
>> say thanks for taking over his farm, the rest will be donated to
>> Cancer Research. If anyone wanted proof that this has occured it can
>> be arranged.
>> Hope this covers everything. The key to it all is keeping it simple,
>> who turns up, turns up!

>
> Where are you matey?
>
>
> --
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> Range Rover LSE (Bob)
>
> '"gimme the f*ckin' money"


10 miles from Stratford upon Avon, 14 miles from Warwick, 12 miles from
Banbury and about 5 miles from gaydon. About 4 miles from a small market
town of shipston on stour.

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