Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

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Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby LemonJuice » 09 Sep 2008, 20:44

Hi all!

As we have lost any posts from 21st July thought I'd remind you all of the next LONDON meet. Maybe you could post here if you still plan to come to St. James' Park.

Looking forward to seeing a few of you.

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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby Rose Bud » 10 Sep 2008, 09:54

We have Rose's settling week that week and that Friday will be her first whole day :(
We can come to any others tho' as only going back 3 days a week.
Have a lovely time, and Brunosmum, hope there aren't any amorous turkeys this time!
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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby little miss mac » 10 Sep 2008, 10:12

Blimey. I think we might be able to make this one!
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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby Morlyte » 10 Sep 2008, 19:54

Aww poo we swim on a Friday and as we havent been for 10 weeks then we really must not cancel! Plus its the day my Sleepy Nico is due so we wont be able to come, lets hope we can make the next one!
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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby gingerbreadhouse » 11 Sep 2008, 19:29

We're not going to make it either, we swim on fridays too - though not in the same place as Morlyte and Joe! I also don't have many days at home between our holiday and going back to work.

When the next London meet is arranged, is there any chance it could be on a day other than a Friday? I'm going back three days a week, and (until December at least) will be free on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Just asking!
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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby AB&M » 11 Sep 2008, 19:51

:oops: I think the Fridays thing is my fault - its my only day off!

I've got it in my diary though for St J's Park so fingers crossed for the weather!!
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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby bimbambalooms » 11 Sep 2008, 20:22

Boo ... we swim on Fridays too! Will have to wait till the half term to catch you on a Friday.
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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby Morlyte » 12 Sep 2008, 07:28

Half term is good for us too, am also free on Tuesdays if there's ever an exceptional change in day. :D
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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby LemonJuice » 15 Sep 2008, 21:30

I know there were quite a few able to make it when I posted this before the Forum Crash. Yes St. James' Park is the plan.

See you all there. I guess we need to fix a time. I'd be happy to aim for 12pm. I have to come up from Kent on the train though.
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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby Rose Bud » 16 Sep 2008, 07:03

I definitely can't make it as Rose will be settling in at nursery all day that day. Don't suppose coming without her would be a good thing! Have a lovely time!
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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby FlossiesMum » 16 Sep 2008, 13:01

Can I come? Not many posts to my name I'm afraid as have only just registered but I don't know anyone else local who does BLW and it would be great to meet some non-annabel-karmel types!
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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby robyn » 16 Sep 2008, 23:52

we'll be there :D
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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby Svea » 17 Sep 2008, 18:19

i'll put it in the diary. midday sounds good, hopefully the weather will be fine for it.
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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby AB&M » 17 Sep 2008, 19:49

Rose Bud. Come alone but don't wear anything nice as you will still get covered :wink: That's assuming you are allowed away from the nursery - when we did settling in I had to sit in their parents room!
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Re: Friday 26th September - LONDON MEET

Postby Rose Bud » 17 Sep 2008, 19:58

Thanks Claire,
Yes i am meant to be within 10 mins to the nursery, so doesn't give me much leeway. Telegraph Hill anyone?
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