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Good Intent Rochester UK 2010

29 Dec 09 - 04:14 PM (#2798752)
Subject: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: growler

Dear all, dates for the Good Intent, as follows

Sweeps, 30th April, 1st, 2nd May

Solstice Ale + Karens Birthday June 25th+26th

Hundred Ale. My 6oth and Dals 40th, September 25th+26th

Wassail December 18th+19th

Oh come all ye


30 Dec 09 - 11:58 AM (#2799350)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: naughtyforty

Great - all those dates will be going onto my new calendar!


30 Dec 09 - 12:07 PM (#2799358)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: VirginiaTam

ours too!


30 Dec 09 - 04:23 PM (#2799553)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: growler

I've lost mine, had to rely on Karen


30 Dec 09 - 05:11 PM (#2799589)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: melodeonboy

There should also be a final session during Sweeps on Monday 3rd. May (middayish), hosted by Ruff 'n' Reddy.


31 Dec 09 - 09:28 AM (#2800007)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: Pierre Le Chapeau

This Thread is great it fits in nicely with my thread entitled 2010 future events.
excellent well done growler I now have all the dates I need for 2010 + some I was unaware of. I am looking forward to some really great events in 2010.

I was walking down the road today and some idiot in a van lowered his window and threw a half eaten Mince Pie at me. it missed by miles but it was a idiotic thing to do to someone in regards to serious injury. Anyway has the idiot continued down the road he drove into a parked car.
I just went home and serves him right. Prick.


31 Dec 09 - 01:46 PM (#2800212)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: GUEST, Poxicat

Oh no Pierre, the truly dangerous ones are British Railways' Steak and Kidney pies - ask DT - he's seen their friends on TV, chasing Dr Who. If he smoked I'd have some of what he smoked!


01 Jan 10 - 04:18 PM (#2800968)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: growler

Refresh


02 Jan 10 - 02:44 PM (#2801706)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: GUEST,Canberra Chris

What time start on 5th?


02 Jan 10 - 04:22 PM (#2801795)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: growler

8.30 Chris


25 Nov 10 - 05:05 PM (#3040510)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: VirginiaTam

time to revive this for the Wassail on 18 and 19 December.

B&B is booked. Anyone want to meet up a Shozna on Saturday evening for meal?


26 Nov 10 - 02:49 AM (#3040629)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: VirginiaTam

to the top... come on Kent and London peeps...

who is going?


26 Nov 10 - 04:14 AM (#3040651)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: The Barden of England

I'll be there - but not the Shozna, even though the food is stunning as we need to be back in Maidstone pretty sharpish.
John Barden


26 Nov 10 - 07:29 AM (#3040750)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: GUEST,Essex Girl

Sorry, can't make the 18th but will try to make the Sunday.


26 Nov 10 - 09:07 AM (#3040791)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: melodeonboy

"meet up a Shozna" ?

What mean this? I no understand!


26 Nov 10 - 12:50 PM (#3040921)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: VirginiaTam

Indian Restaurant short walk way from GI.


26 Nov 10 - 01:01 PM (#3040936)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: GUEST, Richard Bridge

Royston and I were not all that impressed with it last Sweeps.


26 Nov 10 - 01:34 PM (#3040956)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: GUEST, Richard Bridge again

PS. I'll say no more because someone is telling someone else what I say on these pages.


26 Nov 10 - 01:41 PM (#3040963)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: melodeonboy

Pssst! Richard Bridge has just said "I'll say no more because someone is telling someone else what I say on these pages."!


26 Nov 10 - 04:07 PM (#3041026)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: GUEST, RIchard Bridge

Is that a confession?


26 Nov 10 - 07:58 PM (#3041152)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: Leadfingers

I MAY just wander over to practice my Cristmas Crap !


27 Nov 10 - 04:46 AM (#3041305)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: The Barden of England

Did anybody else see melodeonboy on 'Question Time' on thursday?
John Barden


27 Nov 10 - 04:52 AM (#3041309)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: GUEST, Richard Bridge

No. Was he as quiet and self-effacing as usual?


27 Nov 10 - 05:57 AM (#3041322)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: The Barden of England

No, he spoke up and made a fair point. And the shirt was striped and only 2 coloured.
John Barden


27 Nov 10 - 07:29 AM (#3041350)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: VirginiaTam

hee hee... the funny bit was that Dimbleby commented on Shirt murderer's sartorial distinction.

If he only knew!


27 Nov 10 - 05:19 PM (#3041645)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: growler

Let's stick with beer and folk and leave politics to the idiots that are running the country


27 Nov 10 - 05:26 PM (#3041650)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: GUEST, Richard Bridge

A betrayal of the people from whom the music came and to whom it owes everything


28 Nov 10 - 08:01 AM (#3041919)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: The Barden of England

I didn't mention politics!! I only asked if anyone had noticed melodeonboy on television. Blimey - that's p***ed me off somewhat!!!
John (angry) Barden


28 Nov 10 - 04:32 PM (#3042258)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: growler

Sorry John, Venting my wrath from a previous conversation. No offence intended


28 Nov 10 - 04:45 PM (#3042269)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: The Barden of England

No problem Simon. Onward and upward :-)
John Barden


28 Nov 10 - 06:40 PM (#3042355)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: Leadfingers

Who is running things each day ? and whats the time scale ?


29 Nov 10 - 06:28 AM (#3042618)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: The Barden of England

Terry - It's me on Saturday 18th from about 12:30 until probably 17:30 or 18:00 and then on Sunday 19th it's Ruff & Reddy probably similar sort of times.
John Barden


29 Nov 10 - 07:08 AM (#3042636)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: Leadfingers

Thanks John - Not sure which day I'll be there


14 Dec 10 - 02:43 AM (#3053047)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: VirginiaTam

Wassail getting close now. Will there be snow on the ground as there was last year?


14 Dec 10 - 04:57 AM (#3053098)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: naughtyforty

Quite possibly according to our local forecast - light snow on Saturday!!!


15 Dec 10 - 12:52 PM (#3054113)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: VirginiaTam

I am bringing a guest, known to most of you. I may not be bringing my voice, as this morning I started getting that I've swallowed a shard of glass feeling. TSO has had sore throat since Sunday.

Still looking forward even if I can't sing. Pity too... I have been practising my counting so I could prove to Richard that I can get through Children Go Where I Send Thee, without losing my way.


15 Dec 10 - 03:38 PM (#3054203)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: Richard Bridge

Take off gloves and socks...


15 Dec 10 - 09:17 PM (#3054438)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: Pierre Le Chapeau

Light snow on Saturday.
Well thats it then the whole country will be at a stand still again.

Andys B&B will be so cold when you turn the shower on a iceicle will come out the light socket?


16 Dec 10 - 01:52 PM (#3054921)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: Pierre Le Chapeau

The weather does not look at all promising it is snowing here in London now and someone said something about 8inches of Snow by the morning?
If that is the case then from what I saw from my recent trip to Rochester after the last snow fall they get it twice has bad out there in darkest Kent then we do in South East.

If the trains are not running out early Saturday morning when I leave work for Rochester then I wont be coming.I do not wish to be stranded for days on end.


16 Dec 10 - 04:31 PM (#3055048)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: growler

May be there Saturday, if threat of snow prevents me driving to Winchester to visit the inlaws. Obviously I would be most upset if I had to spend all day in The


16 Dec 10 - 04:34 PM (#3055051)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: growler

Continued: Good Intent,instead of talking bollocks with the aforesaid. If not. see you Sunday


16 Dec 10 - 05:54 PM (#3055111)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: Richard Bridge

It's warm (I kid you not, the conservatory doors are open, at nearly 11 pm) but damp in Lower Coke.


16 Dec 10 - 06:47 PM (#3055143)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: Leadfingers

IF the trains are running and IF I dont need to hack up to Nottinghamshire I'll see you on Saturday !


17 Dec 10 - 01:46 PM (#3055728)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: The Barden of England

It's NAFF and frozen here in Maidstone. I really want to be there tomorrow but the weather may well prevent attendance.
John Barden


17 Dec 10 - 01:48 PM (#3055731)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: Richard Bridge

Ah c'mon John, you're a better driver than that.


17 Dec 10 - 02:16 PM (#3055761)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: Pierre Le Chapeau

I have cancelled my B&B at Andy snacks.
If I get there it will be for the one day only and I will need a lift there and back and that seems unlikely.
I fear the railway network will cease to excist come the next Snow fall.
Sodding weather I was looking forward too two great days of great music wit and singing. "BOLLOCKS"


17 Dec 10 - 03:40 PM (#3055826)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: VirginiaTam

Well we fully intend to be there. We are travelling from 8:30am and should be safely tucked into B&B before it starts falling too heavily noontime tomorrow.

Hope all can make it.


17 Dec 10 - 04:18 PM (#3055855)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: growler

Our lot will be ther Sunday, John Matthews will be holding fort on Saturday, if JB cant make it


18 Dec 10 - 04:45 AM (#3056221)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: Don(Wyziwyg)T

South Eastern Trains say don't use journey planner as there is an altered service in place.

Further check shows Medway Valley service altered to zero trains.

Can't rely on buses getting over Cuxton Hill, and the same applies to the car, and I'm not up to a two hour trudge through snow.

I'll not be able to get out of Snodland tomorrow unless the trains are running again, as there are NO buses on Sundays.

Bottom line is I'm not likely to make it.

Have a great Christmas, and I'll see you all in the New Year.

Don T.


18 Dec 10 - 06:14 AM (#3056266)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: The Barden of England

I believe I can make it there OK, but the return journey looks set not to be available, so sense prevails. I'm going to take heed and not travel for I believe I might well get stuck in Rochester. The journey back to Maidstone takes me over the North Downs and I just don't want to risk it up there. Have a very merry Christmas and Wassail to you all.
John Barden


18 Dec 10 - 06:32 AM (#3056273)
Subject: RE: Good Intent Rochester UK 2010
From: Leadfingers

I was about to set off , taking a chance on a train home , when it started snowing again , fairly steadily !
As a result I am chickening out ! Merry Christmas !!