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    weekend nosh

    After protracted discussions, a written promise not to model anymore RedRat racing merchandise and the posting of some chocolate mint to shropshire, we've procured a couple of pots of Thai curry and rice for Friday evenings meal curtesy of Sycomoto and Suree's renown King and Thai restaurant

    Saturday evening will be baked spuds, fillings and a selection of other buffet cold stuff.

    I'll lay on cereals for both morning breakfasts - anything more substantial you can provide yourself as I will still be in bed, and there's a fairly well known brekkie stopoff in Congleton for Saturday morning should you need your daily intake of grease.
    There'll be tea and coffee all day.

    So bring your cutlery, a mug and plate and an appetite.


    There's still no charge for the weekend, my costs are quite minimal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill-H View Post
    After protracted discussions, a written promise not to model anymore RedRat racing merchandise and the posting of some chocolate mint to shropshire, we've procured a couple of pots of Thai curry and rice for Friday evenings meal curtesy of Sycomoto and Suree's renown King and Thai restaurant

    Saturday evening will be baked spuds, fillings and a selection of other buffet cold stuff.

    I'll lay on cereals for both morning breakfasts - anything more substantial you can provide yourself as I will still be in bed, and there's a fairly well known brekkie stopoff in Congleton for Saturday morning should you need your daily intake of grease.
    There'll be tea and coffee all day.

    So bring your cutlery, a mug and plate and an appetite.


    There's still no charge for the weekend, my costs are quite minimal.
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    Proff will be bringing Devon Cider.
    I'll ask about to see if there is a good beer locally and perhaps get a barrel. I'm not a real ale drinker so am open to sugestions on that front.
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    Cider, a 20 litre box of Autumn Mix as a small contribution to the collective...
    I can not be arsed to take money for individual drinkies ..

    I am also willing to bring as much as anyone else needs at cost..
    Either 5 liter containers or 20 liter polyboxes....

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    Why not put a charity collection tin out, say Air Ambulance, in stead of payment for grub?

    Neil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Cider, a 20 litre box of Autumn Mix as a small contribution to the collective...
    I can not be arsed to take money for individual drinkies ..

    I am also willing to bring as much as anyone else needs at cost..
    Either 5 liter containers or 20 liter polyboxes....
    Proff,
    Put me down for 5Litres please. I've got to keep Mr K in the style to which he's become accustomed

    Cheers
    Neil

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilDD View Post
    Proff,
    Put me down for 5Litres please. I've got to keep Mr K in the style to which he's become accustomed

    Cheers
    Neil
    FFS !! I'm very very OLD, ask me closer to the event....
    It'll see me off, trying to remember orders this far ahead ...


    YUP ...
    I'll ask for all orders around 2 weeks before the "do"

    I would have liked to bring a Barrel of the Beer I get from the "Beer Engine" but have been told by the Brewer that it don't travel well more than 50 miles from Brewery..
    SORRY...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Cider, a 20 litre box of Autumn Mix as a small contribution to the collective...
    I can not be arsed to take money for individual drinkies ..

    I am also willing to bring as much as anyone else needs at cost..
    Either 5 liter containers or 20 liter polyboxes....

    Thanks for that Proff, a kind offer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilDD View Post
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    Why not put a charity collection tin out, say Air Ambulance, in stead of payment for grub?

    Neil

    A cracking idea if its to be a no contribution weekend....
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    A Friday night curry....how simply marvellous!!

    Throw in 18 cans of Australia's delicious session strength lager, and Ditchy will regret offering me a 6' x 3' space on le tee pee floor.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilDD View Post
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    Why not put a charity collection tin out, say Air Ambulance, in stead of payment for grub?

    Neil
    Thanks for the thought, but I've purposely avoided having a charidy-type contribution setup, as I feel that these things are an individual choice, so if you have the need to do such a thing, please do it after the do and in the privacy and comfort of your own home.
    Bill
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    Minty chocky stuff

    Two bottles turned up today thanks Bill it's bloody lovely but Suree's nabbed it as she's thinking of using it in desserts I'll just have to offer to clean up in the dessert area or do the washing up so I can pinch a dram
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill-H View Post
    After protracted discussions, a written promise not to model anymore RedRat racing merchandise and the posting of some chocolate mint to shropshire, we've procured a couple of pots of Thai curry and rice for Friday evenings meal curtesy of Sycomoto and Suree's renown King and Thai restaurant

    Saturday evening will be baked spuds, fillings and a selection of other buffet cold stuff.

    I'll lay on cereals for both morning breakfasts - anything more substantial you can provide yourself as I will still be in bed, and there's a fairly well known brekkie stopoff in Congleton for Saturday morning should you need your daily intake of grease.
    There'll be tea and coffee all day.

    So bring your cutlery, a mug and plate and an appetite.


    There's still no charge for the weekend, my costs are quite minimal.
    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Cider, a 20 litre box of Autumn Mix as a small contribution to the collective...
    I can not be arsed to take money for individual drinkies ..

    I am also willing to bring as much as anyone else needs at cost..
    Either 5 liter containers or 20 liter polyboxes....

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