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andylavallee
10-08-2004, 01:28 PM
The International Wetcanvas meet in Montana 2005 is being planned :clap: I and a number of my wetcanvas friends do not have sufficent resources (money, spondulals, beer tokens.) to even contemplate that trip.I am opening this thread purley as a place to post your thoughts /suggestions as to the possibility of 2005 gathering or gatherings this side of the pond.PLEASE USE THIS THREAD TO THINK OUT LOUD :D

Uschi
10-08-2004, 01:51 PM
I and a number of my wetcanvas friends do not have sufficent resources (money, spondulals, beer tokens.) to even contemplate that trip.

Neither do I :crying: :D approximately 4 hour flight to Mondana, 6 hour flight to Britain! That gives you an idea of cost LOL The airport car alone is $ 100 to get to the airport and back.

I will enjoy via the generosity of our phototaking friends :D
Uschi

Strawberry Wine
10-08-2004, 02:05 PM
Neither do I :crying: :D approximately 4 hour flight to Mondana, 6 hour flight to Britain! That gives you an idea of cost LOL The airport car alone is $ 100 to get to the airport and back.

I will enjoy via the generosity of our phototaking friends :D
Uschi


^^^Ditto ^^^

Perhaps we should have an ontario meet.

Cheers,

Gail

Kate Mc
10-08-2004, 02:23 PM
Andy, I'd be interested. It's an easy train ride for me to London, and then a train ride to wherever. If it's easy to get to by train, that's better for me.






Kate

Jakeally
10-08-2004, 02:58 PM
Count me in Andy as long as its not too far to drive :D

jaytee
10-08-2004, 04:37 PM
Andy. ......good on youse for starting this one............

Is it worth posting here the discussion that started up in the Kington Photos thread or do we all have to repeat ourselves :D I do that often enough anywise :D

madmum
10-08-2004, 04:59 PM
I hope that I'd be able to join in, but I'd need plenty of notice and I would only be able to escape for 2 nights, so the closer the better, and easy travel by train is essential! (And cheap, please! Money is always tight with 3 hungry teens :rolleyes: )

(Still hoping for a return Kington trip :D )

Ruth

jaytee
10-08-2004, 05:05 PM
I hope that I'd be able to join in, but I'd need plenty of notice and I would only be able to escape for 2 nights, so the closer the better, and easy travel by train is essential! (And cheap, please! Money is always tight with 3 hungry teens :rolleyes: )

(Still hoping for a return Kington trip :D )

Ruth

Dont worry......... there'll still be at least one Kington Weekend as promised :D And dependeing where and when another UK meeting is - Im sure someone will be able to get you there on 4 wheels :D

madmum
10-08-2004, 05:10 PM
Ooooooooh good :D (We still need to organise a day out ;) Next Wednesday?)

Roun2it
10-09-2004, 01:39 AM
If JT is willing, to do again what she did before, then why are we looking for somewhere else?

Kington 05...........The ReUnion.

Spoken by someone who didn't make it last time.

I'm sure the pubs won't mind an annual event.

Yorky
10-09-2004, 03:19 AM
I'd love to go back to Herefordshire again, and it would be nce to be all together in the same accommodation if possible, but will consider any location.

Doug

andylavallee
10-11-2004, 11:34 AM
If I just fill in a bit of background from my point of view. The meet we had at Kington was great and JT allowing her house to be used and abused was very kind of her. The accomadation which was found by Doug and JT was also spot on BUT Kington is not an easy place to get to if your carless ,the rented houses where 10 miles from JT's the people who stayed in or nr JT's found it difficult to socialise in the way they' d have liked to on a couple of nights because of drink driving , on one evening it was near impossible to get an evening meal in Kington and impossible in Pembridge . The pubs did indeed do well but it was two pubs 10 miles apart .The cottages in Pembridge were to far from the pub/ eatery to walk. arrangements had to be constantly made adapted to ensure that none drivers were taxied back and forth the 10 miles to Kington.. All in All in was brilliant but there were things, problems we didn't need , hence the suggestion that we look at other ways of achieving the same result.

I look forward to returning to JT's many times ,but it will be for smaller meetings and just a couple of nights in a hotel in the town center.

My idea for this thread was intended to look at a gathering of maybe 20 people or more with ease of travel playing a part in deciding the location

Some of the Criteria I would like in any choices we make for a large gathering would be (not in any particular order)

easy to get to
able to provide beds without traveling
everyone near to each other so non drivers can visit
able to offer single as well as double rooms
reasonble cost
within walking distance of food and drink
nice to paint
alternatives for non artists
social space for all

Sharon Douglas
10-11-2004, 11:43 AM
Andy I think this is an exellent idea.
I would like to go to Kington again, but it`s also nice to meet in different venues, for different painting trips and evenings out.

I can`t thank Doug and Ruth enough for letting myself and Pat stay with them, if it weren`t for their generousity we would have been in Kington on our own from the Monday onwards.
Which just wouldn`t have been the same.

I`ll never forget our trip to Kington, and I sincerly hope to do it again, but I would also like to try other places too.

Flattwo
10-11-2004, 12:09 PM
Hi

How about renting a Scottish Castle as Kev mentioned, plenty of rooms, space for communal painting, great subjects to paint, hire a minibus for painting expiditions, people can get there by train from all over Europe and Britain...have a look at this link

http://www.ltr.co.uk/properties/scotland

Some of the above are a bit on the expensive side but I have seen Castles and Mansions for rent a around 2750 per week..divide that by say 20 and its not to bad

Henry

Sharon Douglas
10-11-2004, 12:14 PM
I only looked at one price, and that was from 200 to 275 per person per night :eek: :eek: :eek:

From my point of view I don`t think thats an option.

Yorky
10-11-2004, 12:31 PM
I have rented cottages from Welcome Cottages (http://www.welcome2004.co.uk) several times, and always been satisfied.

For a large party for example there are three adjacent barn conversions near Uttoxeter in the Peak District totalling around 50 people reference W7922, W7921, W8968 and W3993. We could have our own get-togethers there.

W7921 costs from 897 for the week i.e. around 50 per person!

This is just an example, I am sure there are others.

Doug

Fagan
10-11-2004, 12:42 PM
I LOVE the idea of renting a castle! Good idea. :D

Doug...that is a good idea also! Something to think about for the future.

andylavallee
10-11-2004, 01:07 PM
thats a bit of a coincedence Doug here's one I looked at yesterday almost the same place http://www.dovefarm.co.uk/welcome.htm

Yorky
10-11-2004, 01:14 PM
Sounds even better, Andy - and it includes a studio!
Did you get more details of the accommodation?

Doug

Flattwo
10-11-2004, 02:25 PM
Hello

How about here then for up to 14 people...125 per person fro the week high season! Cant beat that, and a perfect location

http://www.aboutscotland.com/argyll/oldkilmun.html

Henry

Europa
10-11-2004, 03:04 PM
What about this one - its in the middle of a village - with pubs in walking distance.

http://www.welcomecottages.com/uce/welu?view=details&action=readDetails&cottageId=402387&holidayPark=N&sleeps=20&propertyTypeId=

There are soooo many to choose from - but at the end of the day we will have to decide which area exactly we want to go - though I would still love to stay in a castle - and Henry - that one appeals - especially the fishing bit....lol.

Pat

Flattwo
10-11-2004, 03:12 PM
Pat...I'm attracted by the trampoline LOL

andylavallee
10-11-2004, 03:14 PM
We need some form of commitment from people as regards attendence to know what size place we are looking for. then we can get the general geography of where would be most suitable regards travelling ,time and cost . Scotland would be smashing but its a long way for almost everyone

Yorky
10-11-2004, 03:15 PM
Peak District or Yorkshire Dales are fairly central ....

Did your contact in North Wales come through, JT?

Doug

Flattwo
10-11-2004, 03:18 PM
Hi

Yorky, if we went to the Yorkshire Dales, I would have to take my wife with me :evil: she wants to tour that area :D

Henry

Yorky
10-11-2004, 03:20 PM
I look forward to meeting her, Henry ;)

Doug

andylavallee
10-11-2004, 03:30 PM
The one Pats found works out at 10 per head per day, and is available Sept

Yorky
10-11-2004, 03:36 PM
Perhaps we ought to start a poll, or a list of

1. People who would like to come, where and when.

I think September 2005 is a good month for availabilty and cost.

Those interested please pm me and I'll draw up a list of preferrences based on Pat's location. There will be other accommodation in the Kettlewell area.

Nearest station would be Skipton I think.

Doug

Europa
10-11-2004, 04:35 PM
Oooooh well can I bagsy a twin ensuite please cos am sure SWMBO will want to come (thought I would get in early..... :evil: - am pming you as we speak Doug!!)

I have actually stayed around Skipton area years ago in a cottage - beautiful area and great places for touring.

http://www.historic-uk.com/DestinationsUK/Skipton.htm

Pat

Yorky
10-12-2004, 06:30 AM
BTW Kettlewell (http://www.yorkshire-dales.com/calendar-girls.html) is the village wherethey filmed "Calendar Girls" - perhaps a "Wetcanvas Calendar 2006"? :evil ;)

Its a super area (http://www.yorkshire-dales.com/welcome.html) with loads of easily reached painting spots.

Have six takers so far ....

Doug

jaytee
10-12-2004, 07:34 AM
:crying: I forgot to subscribe to this thread :crying:

Andy........ I take all your points.........I guess it was a) because of the expansion to a week b) the expansion in numbers c) when I go on hol I self cater and dont visit pubs or eat out :D

That said Im still very happy for small group weekeds/midweeks here....between Ivy Cott and Bell Cott and Church House we could sleep 12 !!

However.... I think lovely ideas are brewing............

from my point of view.......... I would love to come for a week as long as I could bring the 2 dogs and perhaps Helen as dog sitter ( unless Guilli would like to volunteer :D) so would probably need own small cottage near to the main gang............if thats not possible it would have to be a weekend only but not a shared room ( unless my plastic surgeon would come too :evil: :evil: )

My thoughts on offereings so far......

Derbyshire Dales are quite gorgeous...... only visited once and would love to return.......and within easy reach of a number of motorways........

Yorkshire dales I find less interesting ( lived in Hull 3 years so know them better) and a tad too far. ....

Scotland wonderful but much too far............

never got further with girl guide assoc......... will have a go this week between challenges and choral concert rehearsals

DOUG....... please put me on list if theres a suitable one going around :D

will now subscribe to thread

Flattwo
10-12-2004, 07:38 AM
Hi

Kettlewell looks good, but not what I am looking for, please have a wonderful time as I'm sure you will.

I am searching for rugged seascapes etc

Flattwo

Yorky
10-12-2004, 07:45 AM
So far the first 3 weeks in September are available a Kettlewell, and 3 doubles and a single are taken, 2 doubles and 3 twins left. If you are interested please pm me they are going fast!

If we get a larger number than 18-24 there is a 10 bed converted barn at Litton (http://www.welcomecottages.com/uce/welu?view=details&action=readDetails&cottageId=402414&holidayPark=N&sleeps=10&propertyTypeId=) not far away.

Doug

jaytee
10-12-2004, 08:02 AM
Doug............ just sorted out which is Kettlewell and found the map........ too far for me this time I think :crying: ............will stay at Ivy Cott perhaps with the front door open for other southerners who cant make Yorkshire and back for a weekend.......

But .........I'm on for Derbyshire Dales 2006 though :D :clap: perhaps we should make that one another International Meet as there's the space and time to plan for some of our overseas WCers.........

Henry. ......Scotland will have to wait till I'm animal free !!!! about 10 years I guess :D

jaytee
10-12-2004, 08:13 AM
just managed a double post. noat at all sure how !!! so deleted it adnd will instead post this

http://www.girlguiding.org.uk/tacs/regional/article.asp?sectionid=377&id=119

which is details of the GG House I was mentioning........ its too close to this area for folk to want to visit so soon I think........ they have others......... Norfolk, Scotland( bit rugged that !) and New Forest which is expensive.

Also in Lancs

http://www.girlguiding.org.uk/tacs/waddow/conferences/?sectionid=376&id=359

where full board, ( b&B Luch tea dinner coffee....) all facilities 57 per 24 hrs for single room

There may be other organisations who do similar lettings..........
mebe Ill start looking for one in Derbyshire :D

Yorky
10-12-2004, 08:15 AM
Jaytee- place is not finallised, nor date, could still be Derbyshire - but when you ring to enquire they require dates etc to check availability.

So I'll keep you on the list until we decide.

Doug

jaytee
10-12-2004, 08:45 AM
Doug. . thanks we x posted.........

just found this TocH site.......

No prices - need to contact individual properties......but looks promising...........

http://www.toch.org.uk/toc_h_centres.htm

the first on the list is in derbyshire !!! edit. and the only one without dormitories and bunk beds :D :eek: :(

check before you post JT !!!!!!!!

edit 2 ....... more in derbyshire........ this looks partic interesting but may be too far from pubs & fish & chips = 3 miles !!!

http://www.ashbourne-accommodation.co.uk/detail/throwleyhallaccommodation.htm

which is o this site

http://www.ashbourne-accommodation.co.uk/self-catering.htm

which also has the ones you listed on it Doug.....

Must stop for now or you'll think Im trying to pressgang derbyshire on you ( I am :evil: :wink2: :evil: )

Europa
10-12-2004, 09:01 AM
So far the first 3 weeks in September are available a Kettlewell, and 3 doubles and a single are taken, 2 doubles and 3 twins left. If you are interested please pm me they are going fast!

If we get a larger number than 18-24 there is a 10 bed converted barn at Litton (http://www.welcomecottages.com/uce/welu?view=details&action=readDetails&cottageId=402414&holidayPark=N&sleeps=10&propertyTypeId=) not far away.

Doug

Did you get my pm about a twin ensuite for me and SWMBO?

Personally I am not bothered whereabouts in the country it is - case of have Mother will travel.....lol

Pat x

Yorky
10-12-2004, 11:53 AM
Details of Derbyshire TOC-H are in the post. They can cater for up to 25.

Yes, Pat, count is up to 11 so far.

Yorky 2, Europa 2, Andy 1, Sharon 2, Jaytee 2, my sister Jean 2.

Doug

guilliame
10-12-2004, 03:39 PM
Andy thanks for the pm,sounds good to me altho i dont feel like waiting another xxxxxx 12 months :D but i suppose you would need that time to book up somewhere :D
What about those central park thingies you see advrtised on tele.
JT.babysit your 2 dear little doggies,well if you want to fork out for some protective clothing and a hard hat,i'll think about it :evil:
I was thinking about a art workshop in brittany for next spring anyway,so i guess i'm a definite maybe as i'm not usually a long term planner,but i will keep watching this thread :D

EDIT: Here's a link to the Kettlewell 2005 details thread. (http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=228195)

jaytee
10-12-2004, 04:11 PM
Gulli.. but I| thought you and Fredwere Blood brothers now :D :evil: :wink2:

Doug......... better call mine 1 instead of 2 if its not in a seperate cottage !!!

Got your message re TOCH . ......ta.....no phone as having an Ebay session!!!!

Roun2it
10-12-2004, 04:47 PM
Doug you forgot me, you forgot me. How could you!!!

Just because I couldnt go last time, you forget me!!

Europa
10-12-2004, 05:16 PM
Doug you forgot me, you forgot me. How could you!!!

Just because I couldnt go last time, you forget me!!

Ok who let Kev know what we were planning????? :mad: :p

Pat :D

Yorky
10-12-2004, 05:18 PM
Oops! Kev - I have you down for a double room.

Current tally is 17 - DavidBR and his wife Sandra want to come from Canada for their first visit to the UK.

I assume 2nd or 3rd week in September would be OK?

Doug

Yorky
10-12-2004, 05:21 PM
Andy thanks for the pm,sounds good to me altho i dont feel like waiting another xxxxxx 12 months :D but i suppose you would need that time to book up somewhere :D ........

How about a long weekend at Kington in the spring too?

Doug

Europa
10-12-2004, 05:21 PM
Has anoyone let Joe or Rip know - am sure they may be interested - where is Alan btw?

Will email Joe and mention this to him.

Pat

Yorky
10-12-2004, 05:41 PM
I pm'd everyone who came to Kington except for Pampe and Hopefulbucky.

TOC-H can accommodate 25 in en-suite rooms - waiting for details by post.

Doug

joemajury
10-12-2004, 07:40 PM
Count me as definate - single room.
Near a pub, so that we can walk and socialize together.
I think once we start splitting up, people will get scattered and we will have the same problem as last time.
Just my 2p worth.
I will travel anywhere - anytime...
Look forward to seeing you all again.
Flybe starts flying To Liverpool soon from Belfast, so I could have a return flight for 38, how about that Pat - you and Sharon could pick me up :D
I think I will give the boat a miss this time :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

Joe
:wink2: :wink2:

Yorky
10-13-2004, 03:14 AM
Good for you, Joe,

You are on the list - we have 17 at present - capacity is 25 I think, but there will be B&B's around.

I am working on week 17th-24th September at present, and TOC-H Matlock seems the favourite location although I personally favour Kettlewell - I would though ;)

Doug

Maffet
10-13-2004, 04:52 AM
Thank you Yorky. Hello to all :wave:

I cant say anything now as I am in very unsettled job and family situation now and I have no idea what will be during next few months and if I will get more holiday's days from my new company.

But must admit that this is for me big temptation ... to see all that lovely people again and have chance to have more fun! Lovely landscape! (and psssst... may be to see Peter again :angel: :D)

But I cant really tell now, if I will be able to come. It's for me too early. I will be able to confirm early after Christmas, when I will know more about my new job, when all will be more still and of course I cant forget financial side of matter as this is for me a bit expensive and I still recover from this year's trip.
As for date. Uf! I will visit this pages regulary and to see what's new. When you deciede, I will try to match date and will see. I was looking that there is a one direct flight to Birmingham with CSA from Prague and than many direct coaches to Derbyshire. If I deciede to come ... it should be separate visit only for this occasion and only for 2-3 days ... may be longer weekend.

... but I really must think about it and count a bit...

Yorky
10-13-2004, 05:01 AM
Keep in touch. Jana, I'm sure we can fit you in anytime.

Good luck with the new job.

Doug

jaytee
10-13-2004, 10:16 AM
Spring weekend in Kington sounds good.........!!!

Will check on Easter to avoid - not that the B&Bs put up prices here........ same all year round I think !!! . .......if I do it around my Birthday willl there be chocks ? :evil:

Must go move platforms in Church . .....back later with calendar...........

Kate Mc
10-13-2004, 10:36 AM
I pm'd everyone who came to Kington except for Pampe and Hopefulbucky.

TOC-H can accommodate 25 in en-suite rooms - waiting for details by post.

Doug


Doug, I didn't get the pm (pout icon). Did you get mine?? count us in!




Kate

Yorky
10-13-2004, 11:34 AM
You're on the list, Kate.

Here's the current list of interested parties:

http://www.wetcanvas.com/Community/images/13-Oct-2004/1046-Matlock2005.jpg

Doug

Europa
10-13-2004, 11:41 AM
Who's Millie??????

Mum's name is Winnie - LOL. :p

Pat

Yorky
10-13-2004, 11:54 AM
I knew that! ;) :D

Doug

joemajury
10-13-2004, 01:35 PM
Who's Millie??????

Mum's name is Winnie - LOL. :p

Pat

Hi Pat.
Just noticed your new tinyhead.
VERY FETCHING, IT SUITS YOU !!

Joe
;) ;)

JudyL
10-13-2004, 04:31 PM
Hi, I just found this site, put me down for anywhere, and anytime, I think, well I am pretty sure. I never can be really sure, but it would take a lot to keep me away this time. I love the idea of a Spring get together and / or one in the Autumn. By then, I could drive, although I am fond of public transportation.
JudyL

joemajury
10-13-2004, 05:36 PM
Hi

Kettlewell looks good, but not what I am looking for, please have a wonderful time as I'm sure you will.

I am searching for rugged seascapes etc

Flattwo

Flattwo.
There are more to these Get-Togethers than just painting.
Just being there, and getting to meet and converse with so many people that you already know through WC, is a real buzz.
Look at it as a social break rather than a painting break - although some painting DID go on at the last Get-Together.

Joe
:wink2: :wink2:

Jakeally
10-13-2004, 05:49 PM
Didn't get a PM Doug but Andy has offered me a lift :clap: :clap: so I would love to come if there is still room.

Yorky
10-13-2004, 06:05 PM
Don't understand why folks didn't get their pm's, I sent it to 8 people and had a couple returned because I had input their names wrongly - I assumed the others had gone through.

However, I think most people have now responded. Count is now 21.

Doug

jaytee
10-13-2004, 06:21 PM
DOUG ....... I have a feeling if just one doesnt go through because its wrong, NONE of them go through till you correct and resend the group pm!!!!!!

Didnt Madmum want to come too if she can get a lift ? Which she can :D

Better add her while you can...........

easter is early next year. so consulting my Montana Calandar ( thanks Pam........didnt find it till the end of the week and you were travelling!! Should have pmd you before now) Im going to suggest, for starters, the weekend between earth day and professionals day :evil: :D

Its not the week of my birthday but I dont mind belated celebrations :D However it IS the weekend of a FULL MOON !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Is that safe?

I have a suggestion......... hows about Alan ( whose gifting them that lovely painting) approaching the Brave Old Oak and see if theyd do a reduction job -lot on accomodation for that weekend (23/24th april) or the one before (the one after will run into the May Bank Holiday so not a good idea)................ Im assuming they do have accomodation? Then at least the lock-ins would be legit :D :evil: :wink2:

Just a thought :D

Yorky
10-13-2004, 06:30 PM
Now you're telling me, Jaytee! I didn't realise you had to resend the whole group, so Madmum may not have received hers :rolleyes:

I'll add her to the list and resend the pm. 22.

Doug

Flattwo
10-13-2004, 06:32 PM
Hello

Joe.....I never suggested that painting was the only reason for a meeting of people from here, of course I understand that socializing would be high on the agenda in a gathering of similar minded souls

It may sound extruciatingly boring, but I dont drink/smoke, therefore paintng is highest on my list when meeting other Artists

Meeting the members would of course be exciting, there is a lot of life experience amonst this lot to draw on...but next time maybe :)

Thanks for your message

Regards

Henry

Yorky
10-13-2004, 06:41 PM
23/24th April sounds good to me, JT. Not bothered about the Old Oak though - I don't drink or smoke either.

I have resent the pm and this time it went through without a hitch.

Doug

jaytee
10-13-2004, 07:15 PM
......of course I understand that socializing would be high on the agenda in a gathering of similar minded souls

It may sound extruciatingly boring, but I dont drink/smoke, therefore paintng is highest on my list when meeting other Artists

Henry....... there was an awful lot of socialising went on with neither drink nor smoke involved :D No booze here at Ivy Cottage - though it wasnt actually banned - though we did banish the smokers to the bottom of garden !!........ and I confess I never once went to the pubs in the evening or lunchtime !!! Not once!! Thats how anti-social I was !!!

Im also guessing that next time around there will be more painting as we've all now yacked our heads off. .....and many of us are back into painting again as a result of the weekend in Kington.........and more eagerto get on with it !!

I do so hope you'll make one of our get-togethers one day....... it would be so good to meet up with you...... but if Scotlands a H*ll of a way from England I guess Englands a H*ll of a way from Scotland too...... so I do understand.......

DOUG. .......I only suggested the Oak 'cos of the folk that didnt want to be stuck out in the wilds again - which Im guessing puts the Luntley cottages out of bounds ??? There are self catering places in Kington itself........ but without the medieval charms I thought would appeal to our 'vistors'

should I start another thread for spring? we may get too confised in this one if we're planning two .......... perhaps we need to start two new threads? what do you think ?

Yorky
10-13-2004, 07:26 PM
Yes, I agree with you, Jaytee, we need two new threads. UK Get Together 2005 and Kington Spring Get Together. I'll start one, you start the other and put links here.

I just posted a query in Site Discussions about multiple pm's.

Doug

Europa
10-13-2004, 07:26 PM
Ok was just reading Flattwo's thread on famous people who paint - and I just had a

BRILLIANT IDEA!!!!! (looking for bright idea icon!)

We all know Prince Charles loves to do watercolours - why dont we drop him a line telling him about the group and how we are looking for somewhere to meet up and paint and wondering if he would like to join us in Scotland and if so could he put us all up at Balmoral Castle - after all its not like he wouldnt have room would it......lol. :evil: :p

Just a thought!! :D

Pat

Flattwo
10-13-2004, 07:26 PM
Hi

Please don't misunderstand me. I'm not suggesting that you are organizing a booze up :D there's nothing wrong with that in any case, I was just explaining to Joe that I knew there was more to the get togethers than painting..thats all :)

Henry

jaytee
10-13-2004, 07:36 PM
Henry......... dinna fret..........we just want to meet you :)

Doug......... better include the word Autmn in yours and Ill include 2005 in mine :D

Pat .................... DARE you !!!!!! Or of course there the little pad down the road from here with the garden !!!!! Highgrove, thats it !!!!


OK KINGTON SPRING MEET 2005 (http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?p=2800901#post2800901) debate continues in its own thread :wink2:

Flattwo
10-13-2004, 07:48 PM
JT..you are an angel ;)

Henry

Yorky
10-14-2004, 04:27 AM
New thread for UK Autumn 2005 Get Together is here (http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?p=2802033#post2802033).

Please use that and JT's thread above for future posts.

Doug

ripvanblair
10-14-2004, 07:45 PM
Sorry I'm a bit late into this one I fancy meeting again next year , I haven't read through this thread yet, but count me in anyway I'll need to go and read through this-----------Alan