Do we have a membership number ?

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  1. Geordie_E

    Geordie_E

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    Hi all
    Joined last year at the Lincoln meet..... couldnt stand listening to people having a great time so both me and my mate Tony joined :)
    Anyways, I am wanting to book for the Peterborough show and when I am online doing the booking form it ask's for a membership number. Is this needed ? I want to be parked up with the group :)
    Thanks
    Will
     
  2. Wildman

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    there you go
    33672
    its under your profile
     
  3. Minxy Girl

    Minxy Girl Funster Life Member

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    Brisey Funster Life Member

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    Click on your Avatar and your membership details are displayed.
    I believe you are 33672
     
  5. Geordie_E

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    Cheers :) and should I admit at this time I am actually an IT Engineer (early retired :) )
     
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  6. Badknee

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    33046 .......... I am not a number I am a name ......... Or perhaps not :xsurprised:
     
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  7. Wildman

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    they do say a shoe maker always needs his shoes mended, hee hee
     
  8. Badknee

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    Early retired eh, why were you crap at it?:xrofl::xdoh:
     
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    Probably excellent at it which is why the OP could afford to retire early!:xThumb:
     
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  10. teddybard

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    we had one life member had to retire early to "lorn inglis" (18264?)[​IMG]
     
  11. C200JK

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    I got an excellent easy to remember number !
    34567 !
     
  12. Jim

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    Mine's easier :)
     
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    You're #1 then Jim?
     
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    Well I was unlucky or the way I look at it .... Lucky
    Got made redundant at the age of 46.... I have a Military pension, so I was only going to have a few months off to clean the garden up before looking for a new job........................ that was 6 years ago ! still havent found a new job (to be honest, I have never looked lol).
    It has opened my eyes to travelling on a tightish budget.... it can be done and done in style lol
     
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