Rally Chat St Georges Day Bash 2016

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  1. Jim

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    For the first time in ages, next year's St Georges day falls on a weekend :party2: So I'm thinking we could have a follow on rally from the Peterborough show which is the week before. I'm looking at a marquee in a field, near Peterborough/Newark/Lincoln no one to disturb, Morris dancing music and Maypoles.. ;) Shout up if you have an idea about a venue (y)
     
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    Could be good.
    Should Welsh / Scots folk be made to fly the Cross of St George??
    Seems only right, eh?
    :reel:
     
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    Hi
    Jim
    Camper uk. have a rally field near lincoln i dont know any details.
    but they seem to have a few Rallys there, and i have seen a lage Marquee there. i dont know if its there all
    the time.
     
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    That's a very good call
     
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    I remember seeing a Welsh member's van nicely decorated with St George's flags at Chester (first rally there I think). Of course I could never divulge who supplied the flags and who helped him decorate the van before said member awoke :LOL::LOL:
     
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    Graham,
    That could be getting round the Chester/Welshman/bow and arrow thing?
    They ain't daft!
    ::bigsmile:

    I would loved to have seen the reaction!
     
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    No John, it wasn't the Welshman who did the decorating. The reaction was funny as I recall :D
     
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    Rutland and Bubblecar Museum sound good venues
     
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    Hi John
     
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    Hi folks, hope you are both well.(y)
     
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    Amesbury and Colchester seem to the oldest towns of England. Just a thought.(y)
     
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    We are playing for a wedding that is being held there in July, so I will make some enquiries.
     
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    What about Shuttleworth Air Museum and Swiss Garden.
     
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    That web page Sidney linked to says that there are. (y)

    I will almost certainly stay overnight when I go to do that wedding there in July, so I'll have a good look round & report back.

    We will need to make out own entertainment. Apart from the Bubble Car Museum itself, there isn't a great deal else but fields & dykes for miles.
     
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    We usually make our own entertainment but not sure if The dykes will appreciate it.....:whistle:
     
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