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(55 Posts)
pie Thu 04-Dec-03 17:37:14

Ok there must be someone in West London, or even more central. How about meeting up in the New Year?

That is if anyone would want to meet me.....

CountessDracula Thu 04-Dec-03 17:38:11

Pie what about SW? Willow2 and I were discussing a meet up today, you could come out to us (if you don't get nosebleed past Shep Bush lol!

pie Thu 04-Dec-03 17:40:49

How SW are we talking, have nightmares about Putney after I went to school there

Wimbledon/Richmond is fairly easy to get to.

I would probably GET a nosebleed in Sheperds Bush if the Chicken Man is there. Ranting now aren't I?

CountessDracula Thu 04-Dec-03 17:42:31

richmond was planned site of last one

august24 Thu 04-Dec-03 17:45:03

would like to go too, I am up north though...

august24 Thu 04-Dec-03 23:20:54

in north london that is!

willow2 Fri 05-Dec-03 12:23:13

I'd love another get together - it seems ages since the last one. Richmond is good for me - if that suits you Pie.

CD - sorry yesterday was so short and sweet! We got to the pond a while before you and was concerned that DS would freeze if we stayed out much longer. Anyway, lovely to see you if only for a little while.

pie Fri 05-Dec-03 13:08:37

When will it be? Would towards the end of January suit everyone?

August24, it doesn't matter where you live, you can go to any meet you like

Bloom Fri 05-Dec-03 14:09:31

Not trying to hyjack this thread, but I am moving to Central London on Jan 2nd and was wondering if anyone else likes there. Trying to meet new people

Bloom Fri 05-Dec-03 14:11:39

Not trying to hyjack this thread, but I am moving to Central London on Jan 2nd and was wondering if anyone else likes there. Trying to meet new people

Bloom Fri 05-Dec-03 14:11:39

Not trying to hyjack this thread, but I am moving to Central London on Jan 2nd and was wondering if anyone else likes there. Trying to meet new people

udar Fri 05-Dec-03 14:46:41

I'm central West London, end Jan sounds fine. Would have to be a weekend day though. Having not been to a meet before, what sort of place do you normally meet? Do you generally do brunch? or lunch? or dinner? or drink? (non alcoholic of course for those of us carrying.)

vivat Sat 06-Dec-03 00:23:53

i'm in Hammersmith - end Jan sounds good (but not weekend of 23rd)

Davros Sat 06-Dec-03 08:11:18

Bloom, where are you going to be living? Although I'm NW I'm very central and go into Town a lot. Was it you moving to Baker St? If so, that's very near.

CountessDracula Sun 07-Dec-03 19:18:15

I'm away from Jan 18th to 25th so won't be able to come either of those weekends

Bloom Mon 08-Dec-03 21:04:00

Hi Davros, Yes its Baker Street I am moving to. Where are you?

Davros Tue 09-Dec-03 19:24:38

I'm in Belsize Park. If you think North (as well as West) then you'd be looking at people "local" to you being in Camden, Primrose Hill, Swiss Cottage, Belsize Park etc. We're not far away as the crow flies (or my car roars!) but a pig on public transport. Best would be a half way meet sometime, say Primrose Hill or Regent's Park..... Let me know.
AUGUST24, where are you?
I remember the chicken man in Shepherds Bush, I lived there for over 7 years a long time ago

august24 Tue 09-Dec-03 19:28:21

I am in Crouch End. Would love to meet up especially with children who are close in age to mine(2.5 and 5.5)

pie Tue 09-Dec-03 19:37:49

Davros did you ever see that man who carried the huge white crucifix? Or the guy who wore 80s suits and put his dog in matching jackets?

pie Tue 09-Dec-03 19:39:50

august there are some north london mums if you didn't want to travel to another part of london (though you would be more then welcome!!) maybe start a thread and find out if there is anyone local to you?

pie Tue 09-Dec-03 19:39:50

august there are some north london mums if you didn't want to travel to another part of london (though you would be more then welcome!!) maybe start a thread and find out if there is anyone local to you?

CountessDracula Tue 09-Dec-03 19:40:50

or the bloke who looked like he was carrying a washing machine until you got closer and realised it was his stomach?

God the Bush had some freaks in it, are they still there? Haven't lived there since 1991 but I bet it's the same!

Anyone remember the bloke in Camden sainsburys who used to walk around eating whole loaves of bread and shouting "The Best of Luck" at the top of his voice? It was around 1995/6, often wondered if he's still there.

Or the poor guy who used to stand outside the building opposite the 3 kings in west ken shaking and quivering (we v kindly named him Shakin' Stevens)

CountessDracula Tue 09-Dec-03 19:41:24

Pleeeese not weekends I'm away!!!

Slink Tue 09-Dec-03 19:42:33

Hoorah

i was beginning to feel like the only one in W London or that you new i was Green with yellow spots??? ha ha , i did a shout a few months back noone answered, So may i hyjack to and come along it would be great to meet new people can never know too many people, I'm in Southall

pie Tue 09-Dec-03 19:43:02

OMG the Three Kings I used to do all my drinking there when I was in the Sixth form.

The 'best of luck' guy rings a bell...

Actually they are trying to get rid of all the 'characters' in the Bush cos they are building loads of shopping centres. Gentrification here we come.

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