Coram's Fields 4th of July

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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby KatGoldLIN » 02 Jul 2012, 17:41

Just a bit of warning that my kids do not do well in museums (or any enclosed spaces), so if we do meet at the British Museum, its pretty unlikely we will be able to stay for long - def not until 2pm, biccy. It may be different with 2 adults around, but experience tells me its not a great place for them...even something as big as the British Museum. We will try our best though if its rainy.
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby Toasty Crumpet » 02 Jul 2012, 18:20

Stupid English summer. We'll be there, although still debating whether to try and get a nap out of crumpet before we leave or attempt an en route nap. Its a big dilemma! Fingers crossed it will be dry.
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby AB&M » 02 Jul 2012, 18:33

Kat the basement is very child friendly - we've let then run riot down there before :wink:

Fingers crossed for good weather. We need a pyramid phone thingy....
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby DIMDongMerrily » 02 Jul 2012, 18:35

It is good in the basement.. there are lots of cupboards to lock them in if they get a bit unruly :wink:
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby ToothFairy » 02 Jul 2012, 18:37

DIM wrote:It is good in the basement.. there are lots of cupboards to lock them in if they get a bit unruly :wink:


This :D
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby Fozza » 02 Jul 2012, 20:36

Arlo is better outdoors too. He shouts alot...cupboards sounding good.
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby Seriously_Nutty » 02 Jul 2012, 22:03

William may escape from the museum. He appears to have his mothers genes when it comes to confinement.
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby DIMDongMerrily » 02 Jul 2012, 22:30

Definitely don't remember how to get to the British Museum :?
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby KateGladTidings » 03 Jul 2012, 06:19

Hopefully the weather will be ok for coram's, but if it's like this morning we'll need a plan. Roo's fine in waterproofs if it's raining lightly, but Eva has a cold so wouldn't want her to be out too long in it.
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby Seriously_Nutty » 03 Jul 2012, 08:37

I think we'd all be happier outside but if it's wet and horrid I doubt there are many suitable venues for us.... especially ones with free entry.

Couldnt we create a new blw exhibit? We should be represented in the British museum imo.
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby DIMDongMerrily » 03 Jul 2012, 09:46

Who's meeting at London Victoria tomorrow? And do we have a rough time to meet yet.. I'm not sure who I need to look out for?
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby blackberrycrimble » 03 Jul 2012, 09:46

It's looking unlikely that I will make it :( I am meeting a friend near paddington but don't think trains etc will allow us time to make it over to corams or the museum. If it was a lovely sunny day, maybe, but it doesn't look like it will be... My children are also not well suited to inside... Am kinda disappointed to miss KatMeet no.2... Someday I will make one!
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby AB&M » 03 Jul 2012, 11:52

The other good indoor space to meet would be south bank but that's quite a change from Corams distance wise... Especially if it brightens & we want to go out. We need to rent a children's centre :D
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby KateGladTidings » 03 Jul 2012, 12:01

Bangers&Mash wrote: We need to rent a children's centre :D


Take it from someone who just did that....we really don't want the stress!

Anyhoo, am happy to meet wherever - southbank is a good space and there is some outdoors stuff there atm, but think we might get a bit scattered there. Someone needs to make a weather call tomorrow am, and I reckon it should be b&m :D. Do we need to text or can everyone access the forum from their phones?
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby AB&M » 03 Jul 2012, 12:07

I have a few numbers. I can also post on here / FB / twitter.
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