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Tuesday 7 September 2004 7.42pm
How about Denmark?
Wednesday 8 September 2004 10.38am
current advice is against Denmark. something very rotten there

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Wednesday 8 September 2004 10.50am
It's in a right state.
Wednesday 8 September 2004 10.53am
Whilst not wanting to be a killjoy, I would prefer that the forum does not become a place where people are put off from asking sensible questions for fear of getting lots of silly responses...

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Wednesday 8 September 2004 12.21pm
I thought my 'turbine hall' idea was quite reasonable!

Denmark, however, was just silly, it's not south of the River.
Wednesday 8 September 2004 12.23pm
Sorry Mr. Hatts!
Thursday 9 September 2004 3.46pm
I apologise too. Your point is entirely reasonable and right Mr Hatts. I would like to point out however that my comment was not "silly". It was meant to be pointed and sarcastic. It was, therefore, somewhat mean-spirited and for that I apologise too. Sorry.
Thursday 9 September 2004 3.52pm
Did you mean spirits, blake? Or did you mean cider?

...if you press it, they will come.
Thursday 9 September 2004 4.12pm
How about the park on Leathermarket street - does anyone know what happens re: the community hall there - that might provide a bit of the best of both worlds - if it was fine you could use areas of the park and if the weather wasn't great you could maybe have marquees and the community hall (although I don't know how big it is) - I don't think that park gets used enough, and it's a lovely spot.
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