May Bank Holiday Weekend

Discussion in 'Rally Planning Discussion and Chat' started by green machine, Apr 28, 2010.

  1. green machine

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    Well, Im working on the Saturday all day. On Sunday I am off to see my beloved Crystal Palace fc take on Sheffield Wednesday in an attempt to stay in the championship, Back to work on Monday and thats the lot.
     
  3. sandyketton

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    "what they are doing over the May bank holiday weekend"


    Motorhoming.

    Ashill in Norfolk for a weekend with daughter and her family with their caravan.

    Rain forecast tho' :cry:

    Sandy
     
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    Motorhoming in Sandend (nr Banff on the Northeast coast of Scotland) for us. Friends have a cottage there and we're on the site. Hoping for good weather as there's not much to do in Sandend if its wet!

    Cheers,

    Rod.
     
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    Orf to a CL at Settle for a week from Monday. ::bigsmile:
     
  6. Dalek

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    This bank holiday weekend we have decided to stay home and work on our house which we started renovating last year and due to unforseen circumstances is still ongoing. The plasterer was due to start this week and has let us down, grrr, so not a happy bunny because we could of then at least of got started on the kitchen.

    All enjoy whatever you have planned.

    Dale
     
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    We're off to the Darley Dales Steam Fair Friday to Monday with Pete Waterman opening the fair.

    Plenty to do and see, even travelling on the trains.

    There's a little rain forecast too but who cares, we're not at work.:winky:

    Pammy & Geo
     
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    I wish you and your team good luck Paul.

    I will be at the Cathredral of the Enlightened Ones (Eastlands) watching the struggle for Europe continue against the Villa...

    JJ

    Bath City won the first leg of the semi-final play-off against Chelmsford last night.... (2-0) (dodgey pen and a tap in against the run of play... two shots, two goals... maybe it is our year...Conference here we come)
     
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    Nothing planned this bank holiday weekend, few jobs need doing around the house.
    Also got new doggy so will be taking him for some long walks, and maybe goingto carboot.
    Those going away have a great time
     
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    And I'm praying that you lose.
    I'm helping my son with his house which is near Hillsborough. We are excavating his cellar and if things go badly we might bury the remains of a once great team down there.
    :cry::cry::cry:
     
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    bankholiday

    just found out off this weekend was goin to
    truckfest £75 for weekend camping but been told because
    van 28.5 ft i have to pay extra £ 40 for 2.5 ft over 26 ft
    so havin re think was lookin at llandudno festival but thats
    my van had a disagrement with a landrover
     
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    Country and Western weekend for us at Trimpel sports club Morecambe, YEEHAA
     
  13. Ruddy

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    Im off to Clock House Farm in Glemsford to try my new gas/electric water heater :thumb:

    Plus he lets me fly my heli's in the paddock ::bigsmile:

    I might have to have a break from driving though....as it's a full 20min drive away :ROFLMAO:
     
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    Staying pretty local. Probably just nipping down to Llangollen saturday and sunday night at the C&CC temporary holiday site as don't need to book and it's only 45 minutes away.
     
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    We don't usually go anywhere on bank holidays but this time we're going to Stoneleigh for the National Kit Car Show, £50 for two nights on site camping including entrance:thumb:.

    D.
     
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    We are going to Fraisthorpe on a rally , with a club we are members of .
    Its just a massive field next to the beach. No hook up or a pub in walking distance:cry:(Unless you fancy the long walk down the beach to Brid )
    The kids , can catch up with their pals in the group and will be taking their wet suits and body boards . They shall be in the sea what ever the weather :Doh:
    Jacob will be taking his big kite and Isaac his beach skateboard thingy . He might even manage to take to the air with it , using Jacobs kite this time.
    There will be things planned for all the kids to do , and as always , at least a couple of marquees , complete with lights and heating for the ralliers to use.
    Its not a very good forcast , but what ever the weather we shall enjoy it.

    I would prefer wall to wall sunshine though please:Cool:
    Bev
     
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    After being away in t'camper for the last couple of weekends, we're going up to Carnforth to the family static for a week. Doing the Keswick half marathon on Sunday, then spending the remainder of the week cycling, walking, running & boozing :thumb:
     
  18. Pat4Neil

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    So are we see you there. Was hoping to get some serious motorbiking done of the Peak District. Plus also a ride on the steam train.

    Pat
     
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    Spending the weekend on the C&CC Slingsby site with the kids and grandchildren. It will be our last get together ;til we return from our 6 week trip around France and Italy. Shame about the weather forecast.
    :Sad:
     
  20. Janine

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    Oooer...I'm going there too. Look out for the van with the pink flowers on the back! ::bigsmile:
     
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