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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 17:55
by KateGladTidings
Does someone who has a functioning PC (I.e. Not me) wanna do a rollcall?

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 19:47
by issi
:D

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 19:50
by Svea
katgold
Kate
crumpetsmum
TGD friday
DIM
svea
biccytoria
fullhouse
robyn
fozzy
Toothfairy
bananacustard
b&m
cloudcuckoo
issi
catkind
rosie_t_riveter
super_noodle
Mummyto1
mumtomonsters
BBB
hazellenut

we are meeting at http://www.coramsfields.org/
usually on the grass near the first playground and sand pits to the right hand side as you come in. if the weather is good, bring towels and water outfits/change of clothes for the little ones. don't forget cafe kipferl in the corner serving (austrian) sandwiches (i.e. dark dense bread) and the best coffee this side of vienna! :)

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 19:51
by Svea
i hope i havent left anyone out. Kat, if you are coming up from sevenoaks, you could take the slow train to luton/bedford which goes directly via st pancras, no changes required anywhere at all. takes about an hour but may be worth to reduce any hassle involved?

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 19:54
by DIMDongMerrily

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 19:58
by KateGladTidings
Wowzers!! I think cloudcuckoo is a no tho!

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 20:04
by catkin
eek, that's a lot of people! Shall we have labels?
i can't remember, is there shelter if it's rainy/shade if it's sunny?

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 20:07
by ToothFairy
Wow! That's a long list :D

I promise to be on my best behaviour :D

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 20:09
by Svea
the big trees give sun shade, not sure about rain shelter though....
not all of us are with kids, i am leaving mine with the nanny to enjoy a good chat :D

(in truth, i am having lunch in the middle of my work day, so ...)

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 20:10
by DIMDongMerrily
Are we decided on a time to meet up yet? And who is coming into London Victoria? :)

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 20:15
by blackberrycrimble
I'm only a very slightly possible and maybe only for half an hour. What are the outer bounds of temporal presence?

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 20:48
by Rosie_t_Riveter
Woo! It's a long list and I'm on it! Can't wait :D

B&M said she could be there by 11.30. I could probably do 11. Is that too early or are there others looking for an early start?

Not sure about leaving time, FIL is visiting from France and meeting DP at his work. We should probably look keen and meet them there, but I reckon we're good for at least 2 or 3 hours... (where's the "dutiful daughter-in-law" icon when you need it?!?)

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 20:57
by MumtoMonsters
We're a No.

Turns out trains are seriously expensive, and while I was busy trying to justify it work have shifted some bits around and I now have to work the next three Wednesdays anyway. I mean seriously. How rude!

Ho hum. I hope the sun shines for you all in a lovely relaxing, non-burning or dehydrating kind of way!

xL

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 21:16
by KateGladTidings

Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

PostPosted: 27 Jun 2012, 21:28
by issi
I will aim to be there by midday.

I mentioned going through Didcot before but actually I can't get a pushchair over the bridge at my local station so I'll catch the fast train from oxford which probably won't stop at Didcot.

What's the best way to get there from paddington, bearing in mind I'll have a pushchair which pretty much rules out the tube.