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Thread: Total proseeds HOGRAOST 2009

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    Total proseeds HOGRAOST 2009

    Total £3500 proseeds to The Gateway Club, that`s amazing can`t wait to tell MrS Bowsher (May)

    Thankyou too you all you were wonderful

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    Amazing total

    Well done - that is brilliant - post me some raffle tickets and I'll start selling for next year !!! What a generous lot of tossers we all are:
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    I shall not waste my days in trying to prolong them..........
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    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

    UKGSER-A place where I've wasted so much time, learned so much, laughed a lot and cried a few times.

    Every bed of roses has pricks in it!

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    thanks go's to you mate

    what a fantastic weekend
    Dont Bogart that joint my friend, pass it over to me

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    Steve and family,

    Thanks for a fantastic weekend, superb food, company and weather

    Probably the best in the last four years, I reckon

    The Shreaddies

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    What a fantastic effort Steve.

    Sorry I could only be there for Friday

    Absolutely sterling do

    Obviously huge thanks to you and your family and all the helpers. Mustn't forget Bede and Shep for sorting out the Friday jam. Top job fellas, good fun.

    Nice to catch up with a few friends who I haven't seen for ages. lasting memory is no doubt Mutley falling off the straw bail in absolute stitches!!! I love that uncontrollable laugh, it's so infectious

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    What a fantastic way to make money for charity.

    Huge thanks to Bakerman and all who made the event so fantastic,

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    Stout effort, Steve

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    Excellent....
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    well done steve !! was that based on contributions to get me off the stage

    and we will have to work on increasing the complaints too!

    a big thanks to all involved fantastic time

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    An outstanding amount raised Steve. Well done to all.
    There are two opinions of the GS. There are those who have ridden one who think its fantastic and there are those who haven't who know its crap.

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    Thanks for a great weekend; could not have been better. Well done to all that helped with looking after all of us and congrats to all for the amount raised... loved off roading on the Plain. See you next time. Gary

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    A brilliant weekend, great fun had by everyone with funds raised for good causes, and no broken bones after the rideouts.

    A big thank you to all who worked so hard to make it happen, you are the greatest.

    Roll on Hog Raost 2010.
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    Thumbs up Fantastic Steve and.......

    .....all the helpers.
    Thanks to the ticket sellers.
    Thanks to the check-in deskers.
    Thanks to the corn-on-the-cob distributors

    Judge, your daughter worked her socks off! A credit to you.

    Skippy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skippy View Post
    Judge, your daughter worked her socks off! A credit to you.
    Indeed!


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    First time back to the Hog since 2006 and what a great event. Good to see some old faces again and meet some new ones.

    Massive thanks to:
    Flipfly and SkyGod and the folks who let me tag along for an off-road ride on Friday afternoon - I know I was the slowcoach, so thanks for your patience and waiting for me (and picking up my toolkit )

    All the open-mic dudes on Friday night - more bottle and talent than I'll ever have for standing up in front of that crowd, so ta

    Jon and Steptoe for the beginners' off-road ride on Saturday - absolutely cracking day out with some great advice and coaching thrown in

    Barbara for the strawbs and clotted cream chez wobblybox

    And finally to the mighty Bakerman and all his helpers A damn great event, the very best


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