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December 2009 Newsletter

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by soggykitkat » Sun Nov 29, 2009 6:46 pm

Hi,

The December 2009 newsletter can be found at

http://www.kitkat-utopia.co.uk/jocnewsletters.htm

If you are planning to come along to the pub and museum visit, can you please confirm soonest.

Kind regards

Lewi
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by ajm541s » Sat Dec 05, 2009 10:02 am

In Lewi's absence, can you give me any idea of likely attendees tomorrow?

Usually the museum car park will hold total of six cars, pretty tight, but we do occasionally have rogue parkers. If more than four need spaces I will have to try and make sure the whole park is free. However, if there are more than four, then multi occupancy of cars to the museum would be advisable.

This is assuming that the lunch at the Hare & Hounds and museum visit is still on.

Thanks,
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by zacmarshall » Sat Dec 05, 2009 5:26 pm

I'll bring the BMW, as Sarah is off quiliting there will be room for a fat 'un up front and two thin ones either side of Luke in the child seat :lol:

See you at the pub, I missed the previous visit to the museum so am really looking forward to that.

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by ajm541s » Sat Dec 05, 2009 7:42 pm

Thanks, Zac, you and Alan & Jean are the only ones to confirm so far.
At least I shall have some company!
I shall have three seats in my wonderful new chariot (don't hold you breath).
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by zacmarshall » Sun Dec 06, 2009 10:08 am

ajm541s wrote:I shall have three seats in my wonderful new chariot (don't hold you breath).


You've bought a Matra? :lol:
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by ajm541s » Sun Dec 06, 2009 10:38 am

Matra? No, far worse than that! And I have just discovered a front footwell full of water!
Actually I think I shall refuse to admit to ownership unless I have to carry passengers today!
See you shortly,
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