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PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2008 2:29 pm 
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When you consider the population densities of the two areas. You tell me?


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I prefered the first map - the EU constituency one - worked much better for me, not that I'm knocking Dr S's hard work and effort put in, just my opinion :wink:

This one, with Wales & Scotland included of course
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The Ken wrote:
would it not make more sense to combine the top of area 3 with 4 and then 5 with the bottom of 3, that way Lancashire and Yorkshire could be together at last :)


Thats fighting talk, The war of the roses is still going one, I dont speak to my brother because he defected to yorkshire.


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cherrybomb wrote:
When you consider the population densities of the two areas. You tell me?


Just reallised how that sounds. :oops: It's not how I meant it too.


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I'm glad you spotted that gaff before me cherrybomb :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2008 2:51 pm 
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Yorkshire and Lancs together- the streams of Saddleworth Moor will run red with blood of Lancastrians!

The map I have proposed is similar to the EU area map with few Tweeks to arrive at the number 12. Devon and Cornwall gets a separate area and the South East gains a little to the north butits more of less the same.

I tried to ensure that each area got a patch that included some good riding-for example NW gets lakes, half the pennines and Forest of Bowland ( sorry don'tknow what the Flatlanders/ anglians will do :lol: )

Keep your suggestions coming, letskeep the ball rolling and try and have the areas sorted by the end of next week.

Si


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legrandefromage wrote:
I'm in currently in charge of the Alconbury Massive'. We ride hard, drink hard and leave our women breathless.

Being the only member is not a prob, although I did have to give myself a disciplinery for bad language after one recent ride.


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legrandefromage wrote:
I'm in currently in charge of the Alconbury Massive'. We ride hard, drink hard and leave our women breathless.

Being the only member is not a prob, although I did have to give myself a disciplinery for bad language after one recent ride.


Join up wiv the St Ives posse of one in da hood, not left any women breathless, just myself with asthma :(


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2008 6:57 pm 
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Lancashire and Yorkshire..................C'mon then Image

:lol: :lol:


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Why not use the traditional regions we are all familiar with, if someone asked which region I live in I would answer East Anglia, not the South East.

Once again Scotland & Wales need to be chopped up, North & South Wales, Scottish Lowlands & Highlands, London could be included in the South East Region. 12 regions for 12 months of the year.


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