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GUEST,jOhn 04 Nov 06 - 09:07 AM
Mo the caller 04 Nov 06 - 09:11 AM
GUEST,jOhn 04 Nov 06 - 09:19 AM
leeneia 04 Nov 06 - 10:12 AM
Bernard 04 Nov 06 - 10:17 AM
gnomad 04 Nov 06 - 11:39 AM
Georgiansilver 04 Nov 06 - 11:40 AM
Dave (the ancient mariner) 04 Nov 06 - 11:44 AM
JennyO 04 Nov 06 - 11:47 AM
Morticia 04 Nov 06 - 02:47 PM
Georgiansilver 04 Nov 06 - 02:58 PM
Gurney 04 Nov 06 - 11:02 PM
terrier 05 Nov 06 - 12:53 PM
Charmion 05 Nov 06 - 01:16 PM
frogprince 05 Nov 06 - 01:39 PM
terrier 05 Nov 06 - 01:57 PM
frogprince 05 Nov 06 - 02:02 PM
gnomad 05 Nov 06 - 02:18 PM
Big Al Whittle 05 Nov 06 - 02:24 PM
gnomad 05 Nov 06 - 02:40 PM
leeneia 05 Nov 06 - 11:32 PM
Fran 06 Nov 06 - 02:12 AM
GUEST,DannyC 06 Nov 06 - 07:52 PM
Big Al Whittle 07 Nov 06 - 04:37 AM
jacqui.c 07 Nov 06 - 07:28 AM
Geoff the Duck 07 Nov 06 - 07:50 AM
Big Al Whittle 07 Nov 06 - 09:20 AM
Geoff the Duck 07 Nov 06 - 09:24 AM
Big Al Whittle 07 Nov 06 - 09:38 AM
Geoff the Duck 07 Nov 06 - 10:06 AM
Liz the Squeak 08 Nov 06 - 03:33 AM
Schantieman 08 Nov 06 - 12:48 PM
Liz the Squeak 08 Nov 06 - 12:52 PM
Chris Cole 08 Nov 06 - 05:57 PM
Big Al Whittle 08 Nov 06 - 06:00 PM
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Les from Hull 11 Nov 06 - 11:11 AM
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GUEST,Lizzie Cornish with no cookies again...sorry 11 Nov 06 - 02:25 PM
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Subject: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: GUEST,jOhn
Date: 04 Nov 06 - 09:07 AM

Hello,
i noticed that old wimmin always put more meat in your sandwidge, ie young skinny womun only put little bit in, but wrinkly old womun put loads in.
so i got an idea, trick is= make sure get served by oldest wrinkliest womun in shop, if young skinny woman ask waht you want say="not sure yet, serve him" (point to next person waiting to served).

then old woman will serve you and put loads in.

reason is = skinny wimmin like to diets to much, and thinks evryone else is diet as well.

skinny woman is no good, always miserable.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Mo the caller
Date: 04 Nov 06 - 09:11 AM

No, the reason is young women give everyone the same amount. Old women think you're a poor bloke wot needs feeding up.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: GUEST,jOhn
Date: 04 Nov 06 - 09:19 AM

oh.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: leeneia
Date: 04 Nov 06 - 10:12 AM

That's not the reason. The old women think sir John is kinda cute, and they're spoiling him.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Bernard
Date: 04 Nov 06 - 10:17 AM

So why do they do it for me, too?!


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: gnomad
Date: 04 Nov 06 - 11:39 AM

And for me, maybe we're all kinda cute [but only in the eyes of the more mature ladies]?

I have a parallel theory that fat cooks are better than skinny ones.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Georgiansilver
Date: 04 Nov 06 - 11:40 AM

John speaks the truth but we don't want it publicised as if we all wait to be served in a shop where there are five young and one old woman we might have a problem. John you shouldn't give secrets like that away. Best wishes, Mike.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Dave (the ancient mariner)
Date: 04 Nov 06 - 11:44 AM

Younger women are pretty and own the shop. They want more profit, and when they smile at the guys, the guys don't mind being given less meat in their sandwich anyway.... ;-)


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: JennyO
Date: 04 Nov 06 - 11:47 AM

Whereas younger women like more meat in their sandwich...


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Morticia
Date: 04 Nov 06 - 02:47 PM

I always got more filling if I got served by the guys *G*.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Georgiansilver
Date: 04 Nov 06 - 02:58 PM

Too much innuendo in this thread I think


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Gurney
Date: 04 Nov 06 - 11:02 PM

I put sandwiches in my faceo, not my endo.

Older women know how to please a man. Feed him.

The converse works, too. If you want to know the best places to eat, ask an older women, 'cos they know where the best helpings are.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: terrier
Date: 05 Nov 06 - 12:53 PM

I went into a butty bar in Stockport(UK) called 'The Serious Sandwich' and asked the lass behind the counter for a tuna salad.
She said sorry no tuna left.
I asked for a cheese salad.
She said sorry no cheese left.
I said Oh,thats serious :)
She didn't see the joke.
Must have been too young :')


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Charmion
Date: 05 Nov 06 - 01:16 PM

So "sandwich" is pronounced "sandwidge" in Hull, is it? Around here, that word generally falls on the ear as "samwidge".


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: frogprince
Date: 05 Nov 06 - 01:39 PM

Went in out local Tim Horton's a few month back, and ordered chicken & noodles in a bread bowl. The young guy on duty said "sorry, we're out of chicken & noodles". I changed my order to chili in a bread bowl. It took a minute or so for him to get back to me, looking a little embarassed, with "I'm sorry, we're out of bread bowls"; it came out just Pythonesque enough that I couldn't really get upset.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: terrier
Date: 05 Nov 06 - 01:57 PM

Whats a bread bowl? It conjours up visions of the old joke Soup in a basket.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: frogprince
Date: 05 Nov 06 - 02:02 PM

Just a round loaf of bread hollowed out to make a bowl for your chicken& noodles or chili. Not really suitable for thin soups.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: gnomad
Date: 05 Nov 06 - 02:18 PM

I think that jOhn must have been in the posher bits recently, or Hull9 is going upmarket. It was always a samwidge when I lived there.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 05 Nov 06 - 02:24 PM

say what you want about sandwdge shops - you get a better snack than Macdonalds - whoevers serving. And the other one.. Why don't they have sandwich shops at motorway stops. if they can make a profit from little shops, they should be able to make a fortune at motorway stops. and we'd all get a good sandwich.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: gnomad
Date: 05 Nov 06 - 02:40 PM

WLD has a point, but I believe that part of the reason for the rotten prices (and food) at many motorway services is that they are charged a stonking rent for the premises, cost that is passed on to the captive customer, whereas your typical little sandwich shop has much lower premises costs. The old A road network is much better provided with affordable, even good, food outlets.

A year or two back I'm sure I heard of some couple who had just released a guide, which had taken years to compile, which had visited every motorway junction in the UK, and logged every food place within one mile of the junction. A great idea IMO, anyone seen a copy?


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: leeneia
Date: 05 Nov 06 - 11:32 PM

I just read a book about feasting and learned that a trencher (what feasters at from in the middle ages) was a bread bowl. All these years I thought a trencher was a kind of platter.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Fran
Date: 06 Nov 06 - 02:12 AM

Les Barker Food away from Motorway Services Guide


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: GUEST,DannyC
Date: 06 Nov 06 - 07:52 PM

Now me Da' he lived in Cairmin
where he kept a sairvin' boy
his second wife wuz very sharp
he burried hur wid joy

hur name wuz Flynn
and she wuz thin
she come from Cullintra
an' if me shirt's a clatty shurt
the one ta blame's me Da'

concernin' wimmin sure it wuz
a constant wurd o' his
keep well away from them that's thin
their temper's aisily riz


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 07 Nov 06 - 04:37 AM

Look theres no excuse for Burger King, macDonalds and country kitchen. They're all rubbish. A Brewers Fare would be better.

And sandwich shops, and transport cafs and caravans all do better snax. I don't care how much rent they pay - its not a case of the constituents of the menu even - its the inflated prices and the homogenised taste - that sort of cardboard quality of the food.

Surely you know what I'm talking about....? If you live on the motorways as I did for several years when I was a musician, some days it really gets to you.

I think Les has done valuable work - with his guide, but dammit, you shouldn't have to bloody search for a sandwich that doesn't taste of nothing, you shouldn't have to actually avoid the food at motorway stops......

perhaps its just me, and i'm the crazy one. God knows its been like this long enough in England.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: jacqui.c
Date: 07 Nov 06 - 07:28 AM

Same thing here in the States. I have a problem with anything wheat based which really reduces what is on offer at these places. On the way back from Maryland yesterday I ended up with two pieces of 'chicken' from Popeyes. I think there must be a breed of pygmy chickens out there somewhere - and tough as old boots! Wasn't cheap either!

On some of the motorways there are signs that tell you what food outlets/petrol stations/hotels are available at the next exit. Damn good idea that I would love to see in the UK.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Geoff the Duck
Date: 07 Nov 06 - 07:50 AM

As a family with small children who also go to festivals towing a caravan, the options become more limited when Motorway driving. It isn't an easy option to leave the motorway to look for an alternative.
The supermarkets usually have a height exclusion barrier which in some cases we were unable to access with just a tall car and roof box. A caravan can't get into them at all, so no way to park.
Town high streets don't have suitable parking for a caravan to pull up.
What we did find is that unlike most food served at motorway service stations, which is pricey up to the level where Dick Turpin would approve of their highway robbery, the Golden Arches does a good deal. MacD... charge the same price in al their UK franchises, wherever they are, high street, out of town or motorway. It means we can get the little ones a Happy Meal for about £1.99 each and if we are not hungry, the same ourselves. Most of the motorway outlets do not allow an adult to buy a "Child's Meal" to eat themselves, you are only allowed to buy the incredibly expensive "Adult portion".
Macdonalds may not be exciting food, but at least they play fair.
Quack!
GtD.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 07 Nov 06 - 09:20 AM

may not be exciting.....!
its dull as f--k!

I don't crave excitement. just a real egg and bacon in my breakfat bun


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Geoff the Duck
Date: 07 Nov 06 - 09:24 AM

That'll cost you about a fiver from the "Adult" food outlets on the motorway. We haven'tgot that kind of cash!
Quack!
GtD.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 07 Nov 06 - 09:38 AM

Quite so, no one has. and yet at our local caf - £1.40 for the big one and £2 for the enormous one. If a little enterprise flogging to truckers can do it....


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Geoff the Duck
Date: 07 Nov 06 - 10:06 AM

Used to get an excellent fried breakfast at a lay-by on the A19, Southbound carriageway somewhere North of Thirsk. Big mug of hot tea and all the newspapers you could read...
Quack!
GtD.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Liz the Squeak
Date: 08 Nov 06 - 03:33 AM

I totally agree Geoff - those who frown upon McDs have never had a child in the back seat wailing that they're hungry for the last 48 miles, and you're worried you'll barely have enough petrol money to get you to your destination.... one child is bad enough, but 3??? No way!

Ok so it's not that healthy (seen how much fat there is in one of those posh 'roasted vegetable wraps'?), it's not that interesting (ever tasted a Greggs tuna and sweetcorn sarnie?) and it's not entirely ethical to support a food chain with such a previously bad reputation - but it's cheap, it's food, you always know it'll be the same price and standard, they ARE trying their best to 'evolve' and it shuts the little buggers up!


I try and avoid big pub chains if I want to eat good food... had a steak and kidney pie on Sunday in the Swan Inn, Abbotsbury, Dorset. The kidney melted in the mouth, the steak was so tender and juicy and the pastry was real, crusty, gravy absorbing, home made pastry! The veg were fresh, still crunchy even though it was nearly 3.00pm and the chef looked like a cannonball... never trust a thin chef!

LTS


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Schantieman
Date: 08 Nov 06 - 12:48 PM

I'm afraid, Liz, that I wouldn't eat, or allow my child or pupils to eat, McD's crap even if I/she/they were starving. Not only is it full of crap - large quantities of fat of various types, sugar, salt and loads of artificial additives, but they treat their suppliers, animals, staff and competitors disgracefully. The same (to a lesser extent)goes for BK, KFC and, I suspect, Pizza Hut.

I agree with Les Barker and others who try and use supermarket cafés or transport caffs. Little Chef is a little better but expensive and still fatty. Picnics are best - but I agree, not much fun in November.

S


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Liz the Squeak
Date: 08 Nov 06 - 12:52 PM

I disagree Schantieman.... I DO agree that McDs are bad for you, bad for the environment and bad for everything in general... but I could no more let a child of mine go hungry longer than necessary than take off my left leg and play the ukelele.

LTS


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Chris Cole
Date: 08 Nov 06 - 05:57 PM

If you're ever going across the sea to Ireland, via Stranraer, come to our cafe in Newton Stewart. We only offer healthy options for kids (pasta & tuna, beans on toast and fruit bowl - nibblse sized chunks of fresh fruit). We do butties using the best butcher's bacon and prize winning sausages. We use local organic breads, fair trade coffees and feature local products. Our soups are really homemade and delicous.We buy locally to reduce food miles and support other local businesses fighting the might of the supermarkets. Our customers love what we are doing and have nominated us as best eating place in Dumfries and Galloway after only 4 months of trading. And your food is cooked by one of the best melodeon players ever (IMO) and we play folk music CDs
I was disappointed to see so many supermarkets featured in Les' list. Look harder for gems like ours. We are there if you look for us


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 08 Nov 06 - 06:00 PM

Its okay I suppose, if its once a term or something, once a month.

the point is when you are gigging - you find yourself living the life of a motorway rat. You know all the service stations. You know which offer they're running and more often than you would like, you have to use these places.

Its not just musicians though - there must be salesmen and truckers and all sorts of people - who live on the motorways. You know, like sailors of old had hard tack and pemmican - you're stuck with flame grilled burgers, and mcchicken burgers, and its no bloody joke. hot chocolate machines that produce anything between sludge and hot water and all points in between.

Motorway folk deserve something better. If it were canal people who had to eat shit, you folkies would be rising up at the injustice.

Its indicative of the distance folkies have put between themselves and everybody else.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Schantieman
Date: 08 Nov 06 - 06:17 PM

Now that, pudlover, sounds pretty yummy. You might just see me one day if I ever get to sail in that area.

Liz - feeding them that rubbish is worse than letting them be hungry for a few more minutes. In my opinion.   The stuff is formulated (rather than recipe-ed?) to make them want more. They go out of their way to make it appealing to young and uneducated palates so they get addicted. Read 'Fast Food Nation' or any other academic analysis of it for the full picture. I used to think it wasn't too bad until I did.

Bag of apples? Chacun a son gout I suppose.

S


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Chris Cole
Date: 08 Nov 06 - 06:25 PM

We'd be a good place for a Mudgather!


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Gurney
Date: 08 Nov 06 - 09:26 PM

Liz, the picture that you conjure up is fascinating. I'd even go against my better judgement and listen to your banjo.
Unless you have a prosthetic left leg.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: GUEST,Ancient Briton
Date: 09 Nov 06 - 12:14 PM

I recall many a happy hotdog at Captain Magic's Nosh Cabin at J25 M62 they were about a foot long and only 50p (1985ish)

Captain Magic also did cheap monster ham/bacon/cheese/tomato burgers which probably gave the truckers who ate them early coronaries.

His caravan, parked next to a small nature reserve and lake on a former landfill next to a major highway intersection was a haven of peace and sanity in a mad world. You never knew who you'd meet there and there were some pretty uplifting debates. A bit like the Athaeneum really.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Chris Cole
Date: 10 Nov 06 - 05:53 PM

So let's build a proper list of decent cafe's/eating places that a) play music other than bland pop and b) serve food that you actually want to eat.
I spent many years on the road working for a major corporate and found it difficult to find and eat good food whilst on the road.
There must be other people who feel the same way and fight to provide ggod food at a reasonable price. For example, we use breads from these people
http://www.wigwambakery.co.uk/

How much better can you get than that?


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Les from Hull
Date: 11 Nov 06 - 11:11 AM

Well I'm disappointed to see people suggesting that it is possible to eat at supermarkets and McDonalds. These places are EVIL!

Yes most places for quick food are bad one way or another with the exception of some of the cheap friendly independent shops and cafes that are being put out of business by these EVIL giants.

The best answer is to prepare your own food before you leave if at all possible, or to buy ingredients at local shops. In Hull it's called 'packing-up' (verb and noun as in 'where's me packing-up?')

And Paul - yes it used to be 'samwidge' in Hull, but it's increasingly becoming 'sangwitch'. O tempora, o mores!


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: GUEST,Ancient Briton
Date: 11 Nov 06 - 12:14 PM

At the local Asda I was asked by a young lady at the deli counter if i wanted some Thin Kelse.

On the way home I nearly ran over an Egg Jog.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Liz the Squeak
Date: 11 Nov 06 - 12:48 PM

Gurney - I don't have any prosthetics (unless you count the odd tooth), but I don't play banjo.... unless it's banjo Tennis and I can lob a few shaky eggs into the middle distance.

LTS


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: GUEST,Lizzie Cornish with no cookies again...sorry
Date: 11 Nov 06 - 02:25 PM

Well, there's a great cafe that I know of in Newton Stewart, Scotland..where, not only do they serve fresh, beautiful, healthy organic food, but you can take your dogs in as well, AND they play you folk music whilst you eat! And if all that wasn't good enough to eat...your friendly chef is a REAL folkie, as is his gorgeous wife who helps him run it...and they've not long been in business but have already been nominated for one of Scotland's top food awards...Not bad eh!

It's called The Cafe Cree, in Victoria Street, Newton Stewart. Tel: 01671 404203

http://www.dogfriendlybritain.co.uk/directory.asp?ID=40

Newton Stewart:
http://www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/newtonstewart/newtonstewart/index.html


Lizzie :0)


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 11 Nov 06 - 02:44 PM

Not a lot to do with the rest of the thread Lizzie, but it's nice of you to let know where to avoid, so we don't accidentally run into you!
Giok


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Chris Cole
Date: 18 Nov 06 - 07:26 PM

We had the organisrs of Carlisle folk club in the cafe this week. Told us what a great festival Brampton had been. Went a googling and came up with this site - worth 10 minutes of anyone's spare time.
http://www.brampton-bugle.co.uk/brampton-folk-festival/


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: GUEST
Date: 20 Nov 06 - 09:57 AM

macdonalds are rubbish.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Herga Kitty
Date: 20 Nov 06 - 05:00 PM

Well, if anyone wants to comment on roadside facilities on motorways and trunk roads in England, the Highways Agency have actually just launched a consultation and are inviting comments.....

http://www.highways.gov.uk/roads/13362.aspx

Kitty


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 20 Nov 06 - 06:22 PM

How did you find out about this Kitty?

I think quite a few people might have a lot to say - if they informed more people to start off with.


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Subject: RE: BS: Old wimmin in sandwidge shops
From: Herga Kitty
Date: 21 Nov 06 - 04:51 PM

wld - I heard at work.

There was an article in the Times, I think, that rated Tebay as the best services and Cullompton (described as a McDonalds with petrol) as the worst...

Kitty


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