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WORCESTER/SHIRE - A new meet-up thread :o)

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NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 14:24:31

Do we fancy an evening meet-up ? Shall we try a daytime one too, or will that be difficult with different kiddie ages ?

GeorginaA Mon 21-Mar-05 14:26:12

Yes another meetup - don't care, I just want to be well for the next one!

Different kiddies ages could get complicated - also it could get difficult for Worcestershireites who work during the day? Not ruling it out, but venue could get convoluted...

NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 14:28:13

It could be a pain for Gumdrop & Ailsa (who I knwo both wotk f/t outside the home). We could do a kiddies/toddlers daytime meet-up and a grown-ups evening one ?

Putting my vote in for the gorgeous Swan @ Whittington for the girlies night out, food is delicious. We will have to book a table there though.

NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 14:28:32

typos agogo

NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 14:30:18

for the purposes of a poss toddler/kiddies meet up - PLEASE ADD YOUR CHILD'S AGE

NomDePlume - DD, 2y 8m

Hayls Mon 21-Mar-05 14:31:05

I'm not too far from Worcester but probably too far for an evening meet. Happy to meet during the day with dd though
Hi NDP, from previous thread. Sorry you got involved

Hayls Mon 21-Mar-05 14:31:21

Oh, my dd is 14 months

NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 14:32:39

Not at all Hayls . I sent you a CAT, hope that's ok ?

NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 14:33:35

Is DD walking/confident crawler, Hayls ?

Hayls Mon 21-Mar-05 14:33:43

Yep, that's fine thanks

Hayls Mon 21-Mar-05 14:34:10

dd is a fairly confident walker

NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 14:35:08

Great . Am I right in thinking you're out Stourport/bridge way ? I always get those 2 confused

NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 14:36:19

PLEASE ADD YOUR CHILD'S AGE

NomDePlume - DD, 2y 8m
Hayls - DD, 14 months

Hayls Mon 21-Mar-05 14:36:52

No, I'm in Glouceser, which I think is only about 30 miles? I've never been to Worcester so would need very precise directions...

NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 14:37:23

Easy peasy. Just come straight up the M5

NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 14:37:47

Should only take about 25 mins.

GeorginaA Mon 21-Mar-05 14:44:18

I vote Swan @ Whittington too ... definitely up for a foodie meet - only just getting my appetite back after a bout of nasty tonsillitis and need feeding up

Kids ages: Ds1 3yr 10mths, Ds2 10mths.

Hayls Mon 21-Mar-05 17:01:06

Well if it's only 25 mins maybe I could do an evening...
Is very tempting!

NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 18:18:32

Swan @ Whittington is directly off J7 M5. DH says it's only 3 junctions, really straightforward once you get on the M5 , food is great and company will be sparkling

Socci Mon 21-Mar-05 18:23:16

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NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 18:25:51

Abso-bloody-lutely. A shared cab from the Villages (me, Socci & Georgina) would be cheap as chips (and I could drink )

NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 18:28:42

Of course anyone else wanting to share the cab is more than welcome

Socci Mon 21-Mar-05 18:32:25

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NomDePlume Mon 21-Mar-05 18:36:36

Best April dates then please ladies....

I'm pretty flexible, can probably make most dates. Ideally it'd be a Friday night, to make it easier on those who might otherwise have to work the next day .

Hayls Mon 21-Mar-05 19:16:28

End of April is best for me as dh is working away atm so I woud have nobody to look after dd. He's due back on the 18th but please don't let me stop you meeting up before then
I would probably join the M5 at Junction 11 so that wouldn't be too far for me at all.

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