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Monday 24 October 2005 7.20pm
I think that would be a very unwise idea.
Jac
Monday 24 October 2005 10.20pm
The Mapmaker Wrote:
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> I think that would be a very unwise idea.


Why?

Tuesday 25 October 2005 2.12pm
Wisdom is all well and good - in moderation.
Sunday 13 November 2005 11.42pm
OK - shall we try to shortlist some dates?

How are people fixed for the weeks commencing the 12th and 19th December?
Monday 14 November 2005 6.25pm
I'll come.

(Perhaps we can do a crawl.

Starting off in the Bridge House for board games, via the Scotia for decorating tips, Simon's for a short panel discussion of how to run a successful business, and then on to the Hartley for lovely food ;0) )

...if you press it, they will come.
Monday 14 November 2005 6.57pm
Oxo Tower for a cocktail, and then back to Birdie's for some cake.
Monday 14 November 2005 10.14pm
not mere cake - Birdies's PARKIN!
Anonymous User
Tuesday 15 November 2005 8.51am
The Lady Miss Jo Jo Wrote:
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> How are people fixed for the weeks commencing the
> 12th and 19th December?

Week commencing 12th would be best for me.
Tuesday 15 November 2005 12.32pm
Same here.

I have taken the weather forecasters at their word, and booked a pre-Christmas skiing holiday. Now all that is needed is some cold weather. Otherwise we will be hill walking instead.

Anonymous User
Tuesday 15 November 2005 4.18pm
The Sarah Wrote:
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> Oxo Tower for a cocktail, and then back to
> Birdie's for some cake.


NO MORE CAKE.

Back to mine for champagne is always a possibility...
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