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Wednesday 23 February 2005 3.01pm
There seem to be a few of us working/not working from home in SE1 who are around during the day and missing the office gossip & banter.

So, we thought that we might set up a Lunch Club to meet once a week and try out different deli's, sandwich bars etc and have a gossip before the walls start closing in.

If you fancy the idea, let me know which lunchtime would be best. Weds aren't great for me but any other day is fine.
Wednesday 23 February 2005 4.07pm
Hi again Plum,
How about Tuesdays?
Wednesday 23 February 2005 5.48pm
Yes, Tuesdays are good for me.
Shall we make the first one in SoBo? About 12.30 on the 1st?
(We'll have to work out recognition signals eg. big red bag!)
Wednesday 23 February 2005 7.18pm

Aren't you being a bit harsh on yourself?

["big red bag" is the last phrase I'd choose to describe you ;0)]

...if you press it, they will come.
Wednesday 23 February 2005 8.38pm
Sounds like a good idea. Anywhere that's warm!
Wednesday 23 February 2005 11.26pm
Poor bmovie, still no heating? We'll have to buy you a nice big hot chocolate.

Thanks Ivanhoe, not red, just a bag ;-)
Thursday 24 February 2005 10.07am
Great - Just have to make sure that I'm not meant to be up north that day.
Thursday 24 February 2005 10.44am
'Fraid my Tuesdays are taken up with a different kind of club - The Chipper Club no less ...!!

Ditto Wednesdays
Thursday 24 February 2005 10.52am
I'll be there. Tuesday at 12.30. Lunch club is really a good idea.
Thursday 24 February 2005 11.01am
OK looks like my meeting in Manchester is later in the week. I'll be there fellow work from home-ers.
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