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Monday 25 July 2005 3.25pm
Right then. So far, that's:

Mr Bridger
Jackie (I'm taking your post as a "Yes". If not, please pm and we can keep this thread clear for actual cider discussion)

and assorted family members/children/pets.

(No TULMJJ, but maybe that's a mistake as I know she's not been around much recently)

I would like another reason to go to the pub, so do you think we should have another "meeting"?

...if you press it, they will come.
Anonymous User
Monday 25 July 2005 3.40pm
[Why do I get square brackets?] Glad to see I get top billing though!
Monday 25 July 2005 7.30pm
Gerry and Yoko
Emma Farm-Woman
Tuesday 26 July 2005 9.42am
Ivanhoe Wrote:

' I would like another reason to go to the pub'

does there have to be a reason? I'm up for a 'meeting' as well.

Tuesday 26 July 2005 11.13am
Me too! When? Where?
Tuesday 26 July 2005 6.21pm
Dont forget it's me and the long as it's after end of October when we come back from the granddaughter.
Wednesday 27 July 2005 9.51am
I would like to have a go. What do I need, where do I go and how much is it going to cost????
Wednesday 27 July 2005 10.06am

Welcome aboard. We're trying to have a "meeting" soon (see other thread on cider below this). Come along to it, or pm me with any specific questions, and I can tell you the details. But basically all you need is (love) a container to make the cider in (easily available) and your time. It's very simple (we knew nothing last year and ours all worked out pretty well), and fun.

...if you press it, they will come.
Wednesday 27 July 2005 11.27am
Can I join in, too?

I am busy the weekend of the 5th November, though.
Wednesday 27 July 2005 12.24pm

...if you press it, they will come.
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