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Glasgow Meet-up

(46 Posts)
Prettybird Fri 24-Dec-04 09:20:05

Not had any response from the Glasgow Mums thread - so I thought that I'd start a new one.

How about a meet up in Glasgow on Saturday 22 January? DH is going to be away on his wine course - so I know we won't be away skiing then, and I'll be looking for things to do.

It shouldn't be TOO crowded with the Post Christmas sales by then - but if you fancied a look around, then we could meet up in Princes Square and let the kids run around the mosaic - and then go off and hit the Sales .

mumofelise Mon 17-Jan-05 21:15:04

anyone?

mumofelise Mon 17-Jan-05 21:19:13

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mumofelise Mon 17-Jan-05 21:28:21

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Prettybird Tue 18-Jan-05 21:19:59

....and I thought no-one was interested! I tend to not to sign in the evenings, as dh hogs the PC, but he's away at the moment, and I spent the day down in London (once they had cleared the snow from the runway at Glasgow Airport) so I thought I'd have a quick look at Mumsnet.

As I'd got no interest (perhaps not surprising in the run up to Christmas) I had thought no-one was interested

I've now made other arrangements for this Saturday. And then we're going away skiing the next week, so 12 February is the ealriest I'm going to be free.

Anyone interested in a Saturday meet-up in Glagow sometime in February?

sammac Tue 18-Jan-05 21:26:37

Hi there PB, I'll put my name down but will confirm later nearer tine. At least we know what we both look like!!!

Prettybird Wed 19-Jan-05 17:59:29

... so it just you and me Sammac (again! )

Or is everyone else going to the mid week Stirling meet-up that we can't make?!

Aimsmum Fri 21-Jan-05 10:25:42

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tabitha Fri 21-Jan-05 12:51:14

Hello, I'd be interested too.

Aimsmum Fri 21-Jan-05 12:57:12

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Fimbo Fri 21-Jan-05 13:01:12

Hi Aimsmum,
You know me, I'd be there if I could [sighing emoticon]. Will email you next week

Toothache Fri 21-Jan-05 13:04:24

Midweek Stirling meetup????? I live in Falkirk, have been a MN'er for 2 yrs and have never been to a meet-up!

Can't make Glasgow tomorrow though....

Aimsmum Fri 21-Jan-05 13:11:46

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Toothache Fri 21-Jan-05 13:15:15

Aimsmum - Should do..... and my birthday is Feb 15th! hint hint hint..

Aimsmum Fri 21-Jan-05 13:20:35

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mumofelise Fri 21-Jan-05 13:28:20

don't forget me. when is it

tabitha Fri 21-Jan-05 13:36:01

I'm actually from near Falkirk, aimsmum.
At the moment I'm working full-time but from 14th February I will be part-time and will have every Wednesday and every second Friday off - and it can't come soon enough!
Only problems are, work still haven't formally agreed to the part-time working (although I've been told verbally that it's okay) and they've already put me on a 3 day training course including the Wednesday the week after I'm supposed to start.
So, weekends or (most) Wednesdays are best for me.

Prettybird Fri 21-Jan-05 13:38:44

The earleist I could make it would by 12 Feb - I can only do weekedns as i work full time.

Does anyone have any prefercne for a Saturday or a Sunday? The weekend of the 12th or the weekend of the 19th?

Prettybird Fri 21-Jan-05 13:39:34

... abd wlcome back Tooche - long time, no post! How's the baba?

Aimsmum Fri 21-Jan-05 14:22:09

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mumofelise Fri 21-Jan-05 14:41:39

a wednesday or friday is best for me. tabitha where in falkirk are you?

tabitha Fri 21-Jan-05 14:47:28

I'm in Polmont, mumofelise.

mumofelise Fri 21-Jan-05 14:52:00

i used to live across from the black bull and the claremont

Toothache Fri 21-Jan-05 15:38:28

As of Monday I work parttime! Well kind of. I have a Wednesday off. Weekends suit me fine.... Sundays are best though coz I can get a lift from DH.

gscrym Fri 21-Jan-05 22:18:15

Toothache, there's some of us going to meet up at the McRobert in Stirling next Wed at 2.15. Feel free to pop along

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