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Friday 11 March 2005 10.21am
Jackie - I think I remember seeing something about tea dances at the Colombo centre. It might be worth giving them a call (I don't have the number on me but it is in the Health and Leisure section of the website). The Colombo centre is on Colombo street just off Blackfriars road.
Friday 11 March 2005 11.10am
Plum Wrote:
> The Oak is open until 6pm on Sundays now, maybe
> you can persuade them to make it a liitle later.

Do they do a Sunday Lunch? And are they open Saturdays too, now?
Friday 11 March 2005 2.07pm
I never mastered bridge. Most people take it so seriously you could be lynched for making
a wrong bid.
Now solo or poker - much more 'civilised' .
Friday 11 March 2005 5.25pm
magoot - repeat of post in the social thread : the Oak is opening at w/ends as an experiment and the lunch we had last Sunday was very good 'British pub' type fare. Roasts at £6.95 inc veg, very good portions, well cooked. Puds were great [bread and butter and trifle were both sampled, but can't recall the price]. I think it was the first Sunday they have opened and it was very quiet - but I don't anticipate it staying that way.
Saturday 12 March 2005 2.30am
Sorry, I've not been following the Socials threads. I'd certainly go to the Oak for Sunday lunch (and a cider). I hope their experiment works. Thanks for the info
Saturday 12 March 2005 6.02pm
Oak weekend opening times:

Sat 6pm - 11pm (food 6 - 9)
Sun 12pm - 6 pm (roast lunch 12 - 5)
Sunday 13 March 2005 8.55am
Can he and his friends frame or bus it as far as Tower Bridge?

I would think that The Bridge Bar, the Dean Swift and the Kings Arms all have the potential to meet his needs.
Sunday 13 March 2005 7.35pm
So was it quiet and did you get any?
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