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26th Feb. SE1 Social / Big Dave

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Wednesday 11 February 2004 12.12pm
Kevin,

MM is teasing me - but I am not going to rise to it !

I am happy to help if required, but I think you have it well under control.

Wednesday 11 February 2004 3.37pm
After an enjoyable evening at the last social, I think I could be persuaded to attend another....so long as it's not held at the Scotia, Sorry TLMJJ.
The Market Porter is cool, but gets extremely busy most evenings, although they do have the back bar that could be reserved maybe?
Another suggestion is the Southwark Tavern - they have a room downstairs??
Wednesday 11 February 2004 4.23pm
Moi? You brought all your Japanese sourced efficiency to bear to the occasion, with JIT delivery of our MP. And all this despite a jolly sounding party going on in the corner downstairs.
Wednesday 11 February 2004 4.52pm
I'll be there

How about the polish place it sounds like it could be fun ?
Wednesday 11 February 2004 11.08pm
Hi all, great to see such a positive response. By Friday 13th, I will have talked to some of the venues suggested above.

kevin
Monday 16 February 2004 3.07pm
By some date, I will have talked to venues.

Big Dave...any thoughts ?
Monday 23 February 2004 9.52am
So.... any decisions on where to meet, then?
Monday 23 February 2004 12.29pm
errm, No.

I sent private emails to Dave and Steven on Friday. They know more about watering holes.
i am sure I will get feedback today.

If not I will scan the suggestions above and forge ahead

K
Monday 23 February 2004 9.52pm
Is it still on?
Tuesday 24 February 2004 2.43pm
Hi, I am investigating the Scotia Bar...not too busy....easy to find...

K
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