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Thread: What time are people arriving?

  1. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    Currently playing how many tossers and tourists with suitcases can fit in a bus shelter out of the rain.
    A sight to behold I bet.

  2. #66
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whatton View Post
    Hoping to get there for 7pm after an early start
    This obviously applied to next year as I've been sadly mistaken in thinking I was going this year.

    It appears a three nights camping in Scarborough with the light of my life was destined to be my fate this weekend

    Enjoy yourselves you fudsters

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