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Old 8th February 2008, 03:30 PM   #31
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wow this thread has taken off rapido...

I quite like Vikash' first idea of Milton Keynes...its right in the middle of the country and its on the M1 which has to be the fairest access route for everybody in the UK.........it seems a logical idea?

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Old 8th February 2008, 04:41 PM   #32
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Milton Keynes is indeed pretty central and has an indoor shopping centre that a parter could spend all day in

BTW I'm not in any way biased by the fact that I live even closer to MK than Vikash...
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Milton Keynes is indeed pretty central and has an indoor shopping centre that a parter could spend all day in.
Then find a venue there.
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Old 9th February 2008, 10:57 AM   #34
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Ok I'll do some research. How many did last year's meet attract?
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Thanks John. 50 to 100 would be a nice size, say, two smaller lounge size rooms and a bigger one would be good.
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wow this thread has taken off rapido...

I quite like Vikash' first idea of Milton Keynes...its right in the middle of the country and its on the M1 which has to be the fairest access route for everybody in the UK.........it seems a logical idea?

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WTF which country you live in mate - central...yes I don't mind travelling but come on, central to the country LOL.

Anyway I am happy travelling the 4hours and 220 miles from that bit missing between Leeds and Scotland i.e Durham. (the proper north east)

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It's north of Watford
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Old 12th February 2008, 06:29 AM   #38
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"and its on the M1 which has to be the fairest access route for everybody in the UK"

M1 isn't always easy for all. I'm sure many could argue the same for M5/M6.

Just my 2p.
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WTF which country you live in mate - central...yes I don't mind travelling but come on, central to the country LOL.

Anyway I am happy travelling the 4hours and 220 miles from that bit missing between Leeds and Scotland i.e Durham. (the proper north east)

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My apologies, I'd quite forgotten about you foreign geordie types......but thinking about it, is anywhere easy for you?



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My apologies, I'd quite forgotten about you foreign geordie types......but thinking about it, is anywhere easy for you?



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I reckon "the pub" is easy for him

Right John?
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