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PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2011 9:32 pm 
North West Deputy AEC
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Ok who's going from this region and how are you all getting there etc etc?

I will be driving from Norfolk on Friday back to Preston, and then there is the dreaded drive of enormity either Sat night or Sunday am?

CLICK HERE FOR MY MAP

Do we have any car shares on the go?


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I'm good for a car share too.

Don't mind being a passenger or driving. I only have one spare seat in my car though. Probably favour the early start and hammer down the motorway option.
Could get across to Knutsford for a pick up just off the M6.

Nothing can be worse than the journey down to Thetford though.


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North West Deputy AEC
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drystonepaul wrote:
I'm good for a car share too.

Don't mind being a passenger or driving. I only have one spare seat in my car though. Probably favour the early start and hammer down the motorway option.
Could get across to Knutsford for a pick up just off the M6.

Nothing can be worse than the journey down to Thetford though.


you can come in with me if you like, I have to drive down anyway and easier to drop off that transfer from one car to another on way back?


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That map makes me want to cry, and I drive for a living!

Be a shame to miss the last one, I can throw in or just possibly I might be buying a tow-hitch rack so can do four bikes/people...

CharlieBoy is keen too - which is a handy breakfast pit-stop! :lol:


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CharlieBoy is very much a maybe, are we three still keen? I'm happy to minimise the usual baggage and pile in Mr Crumb's luxury machine if that's simplest?

Will provide fuelcash and, more importantly, tasty sustenance! 8)

Also the boot rack if it's helpful?


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2011 11:42 am 
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elPedro666 wrote:
CharlieBoy is very much a maybe, are we three still keen? I'm happy to minimise the usual baggage and pile in Mr Crumb's luxury machine if that's simplest?

Will provide fuelcash and, more importantly, tasty sustenance! 8)

Also the boot rack if it's helpful?


cool with me let me know, currently on GT Yarmouth sea front.


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