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    Thank you

    Thanks for a great relaxing weekend.

    Great venue, food, beer, company and weather.
    Cobbster

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobbster View Post
    Thanks for a great relaxing weekend.

    Great venue, food, beer, company and weather.

    You're welcome xxx

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    I'd like to reiterate the OP, Sid and all made us feel really welcome, excellent hospitality, food and Cider were to die for.........during the afternoon we even had a cream tea

    Well done to all concerned, a great weekend in the company of some very interesting people.

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    Thank you

    Folks,
    I hope you all had an enjoyable and safe ride home.

    Once again it was an honour to support you and the weekend, and I am very grateful to those that helped me.

    Some fool even let me help them rebuild their bike
    OK so it was just hitting some bit of metal with a rubber mallet whilst they held the engine and frame in alignment

    Looking forward to seeing you all next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Count Pikey View Post
    I'd like to reiterate the OP, Sid and all made us feel really welcome, excellent hospitality, food and Cider were to die for.........during the afternoon we even had a cream tea

    Well done to all concerned, a great weekend in the company of some very interesting people.

    You're welcome xx

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    Hi Sid. My heart felt thanks and gratitude to you and everybody else for laying on such a splendid get together and the opportunity to meet other members with their bikes.

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    That was a top weekend, so big thankyou's to Sid, Anne and Simon (and anyone else involved) for all their efforts in putting this together. You couldn't have asked for better weather and it made for a belter of a weekend.
    Fantastic:- food, drink, company, accommodation, horse riding and chilling out was everything Sandy and i needed and we hope we can make it again. I was also chuffed to help out Simon on the barbies, it was a bit manic with the volume of attendees and a good decision by Sid to close the doors.

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    Once again big thank you to Ann, Sid and family, Simon and all the little helpers for a great weekend.

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    Thanks again to Sid, family and friends for such welcome and generous hospitality, and to all that attended for making it a brilliant weekend.

    I had a great time and enjoyed the cider very much, I hope you raise a lot of money from the event for your well deserved charity.
    ADAM


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    Post weekend

    hi pink lady ,sid & simon great couple of days , all your hard work & effort made it a top event all the very best to you all thanks again steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madmountainman View Post
    I was also chuffed to help out Simon on the barbies, it was a bit manic with the volume of attendees and a good decision by Sid to close the doors.
    You were a Godsend, thank-you so much for your excellent help. You wield a mean pair of barbecue forks Sir.

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    Best do of the year
    Hope the charity makes a fortune - I am sure they need all the help they can get in these "tight times"
    Thanks for holding the event again and being so generous to us all
    This is the gold standard
    Fabulous mix of bikes and folks

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickDB1 View Post
    Best do of the year
    Hope the charity makes a fortune - I am sure they need all the help they can get in these "tight times"
    Thanks for holding the event again and being so generous to us all
    This is the gold standard
    Fabulous mix of bikes and folks

    Fingers crossed we did ...... Did i miss my good bye cuddle or did I have one ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinklady View Post
    Fingers crossed we did ...... Did i miss my good bye cuddle or did I have one ??
    Sorry Anne I gave someone one this morning
    Hope it wernt Att

    double hugs next event and sorry darlin
    I needed to rush off before breckky toooooo
    Its me age

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    Ann, Sid, Simon and everyone else who made the weekend very special - well done and thank you

    Andres (AKA The one legged, gay, hippy, veggie)

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    Thanks

    Thanks for making a WC riding fashion conscious bugger very very welcome indeed

    It was a real treat and I'm very thankful for the staggering hospitality.

    And to listen to ATT not only snore louder than me but out swear me was a humbling experience

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