Poll for Coram's Field late August

Some of us get together from time to time in order to talk about the latest issue of Heat magazine, global politics, important developments in lipstick manufacture and, er, Baby-Led Weaning.

Which day or days are best for you?

Friday 17th August
5
29%
Monday 20th August
7
41%
Tuesday 21st August
5
29%
 
Total votes : 17

Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby Jelly Belly » 19 Aug 2012, 20:21

sully wrote:um, Whats the best way to get to corams from queens park (too exhausted from yesterdays jaunt into London to train it all the way from home, parking at fils instead!)?

Take the London Overground from QP to Euston and you can then either walk from the station (straight down Upper Woburn and turn left into Guildford Street) or get a bus towards Russell Square for a few stops. We've nearly always walked it.
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby KateGladTidings » 19 Aug 2012, 20:24

Jelly Belly wrote:
sully wrote:um, Whats the best way to get to corams from queens park (too exhausted from yesterdays jaunt into London to train it all the way from home, parking at fils instead!)?

Take the London Overground from QP to Euston and you can then either walk from the station (straight down Upper Woburn and turn left into Guildford Street) or get a bus towards Russell Square for a few stops. We've nearly always walked it.


ooh, that's better! i always forget about the overground...
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby DIMDongMerrily » 20 Aug 2012, 06:31

I'm poorly :? we're not going to be able to come. Have a lovely day everyone!
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby Heidi » 20 Aug 2012, 06:41

Aw, Get well soon DIM and Dylan (Bet you were more scared than him though supermansmum?!)
BC - you're letting the side down!

Who's left in then?
Me,
Ives
RtR
Kate
sully
Robyn
JB

Shall we agree to meet under the trees on on right? Near the big sandpit?
I've met a few of you before, so hopefully will recognise someone!!
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby KateGladTidings » 20 Aug 2012, 07:15

Yup, we're still going! You'll recognise me by the whingiest toddler in the world, currently in very natty red checked shorts. I think I'll wear the purple zara today, and I'll have a baby in a pink spotty playsuit.
Both children are tired and snotty today, so not sure how long we'll be out. Bt looking forward to it!
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby Heidi » 20 Aug 2012, 07:45

What's the weather like Kate? It's foggy, grey and pretty cold here, so I'm stuck trying to decide whether to bring cardis and waterproofs or swimsuits/hats and suntan lotion!!
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby blackberrycrimble » 20 Aug 2012, 07:48

Heidi wrote:Aw, Get well soon DIM and Dylan (Bet you were more scared than him though supermansmum?!)
BC - you're letting the side down!



Sorry! but you wouldn't want to see any of us today, grump tastic since 6.30am! Ahhhhh dear. Have fun. Perhaps we can do a basingstokey- winchestery meet sometime?
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby Svea » 20 Aug 2012, 07:57

I may join you for a short while, depending on my day. I have a placement student to look after this week so not sure if I can get away. Would love to meet any new and old peeps ;)

ETA: Heide, it's already hot in London. The sun may not shine but there is plenty of infrared coming through the cloud cover.
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby KateGladTidings » 20 Aug 2012, 08:00

Heidi wrote:What's the weather like Kate? It's foggy, grey and pretty cold here, so I'm stuck trying to decide whether to bring cardis and waterproofs or swimsuits/hats and suntan lotion!!


Kinda grey here - not cold but not hot either. Have dressed them both in summer clothes but am taking coats. And swimsuits/sun lotion/sunhats as well!
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby Heidi » 20 Aug 2012, 08:04

Thanks Svea, will leave the cardis at home then and bring the swimsuits :)

ETA - coats Kate?!

We will be getting in to Waterloo at about 10.30, so will be there by 11am... See you all there x
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby KateGladTidings » 20 Aug 2012, 08:10

Yeah, just in case of rain...got caught out yesterday with an unexpected thunderstorm! You should be ok without tho!
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby AwayinaChive » 20 Aug 2012, 09:08

Is there a place to fill up water bottles?
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby KateGladTidings » 20 Aug 2012, 09:15

Hmmm,not sure...don't think so (unless there's a tap in the loos?)
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby Rosie_t_Riveter » 20 Aug 2012, 09:38

We are here! And optimistically camped out under the tree. The clouds are very foreboding.
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby sully » 20 Aug 2012, 10:59

im really sorry for the late notice bail out :-( only just managed to get online, had a few crazy exhausting days and we are both feeling it, plus Pumpkin would have wanted to nap as soon as we got there (Shes just gone for her nap now, see), and i just couldnt justify hauling her into London again when she really needs a day of normality with a decent nap. Sorry, we miss out again. Hope everyone is having fun x
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