clydenovamember
4 posts
Location: Boston


Posted:
I'm a Boston (US) poi spinner and it turns out that I'll be stopping in London on Tuesday night. It sounds like there is a bit of a group gathering on Tuesday nights and am wondering if it's cool to drop in. Let me know. (I'm also looking for a place to crash for the night before returning to Heathrow on Wed - any ideas??) Cheers-Lindsay

Jezaddict
642 posts
Location: UK, London


Posted:
HiFirstly there is the viaduct juggling workshop on tuesday night to which I will be attending, also you are welcome to stay round mine if you are stuck I live in central London. E-mail me for more info etc...Dave

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DurbsDurbsBRONZE Member
Classically British
5,688 posts
Location: Epsom, Surrey, England


Posted:
Yeah - I'll probably be there this week (as it it's christmas...)Shall we get a HUGE group going for one final Xmas spin? I'll be bringing some mates from sunny Guildford (?) and the surrounding area. And to make life easy (for me) I'll wear a nice T shirt with "Durbs" written on it so you can all come and tel me how f*ck-off annoying I am - woo!!
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DurbsDurbsBRONZE Member
Classically British
5,688 posts
Location: Epsom, Surrey, England


Posted:
Last week I managed to fluke a parking space right outside the club. Does anyone know if there's a good car-park near-by, preferably free?------------------https://welcome.to/thehugbubble The Mug Shot Gallery Words to memerise, words hypnotise, words make my mouth exercise.

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clydenovamember
4 posts
Location: Boston


Posted:
Did you mention friends from Guildford?!? Just so happens I'll be down that way sometime in mid-January visiting some family. Hmmmmm. . . would be nice to meet poiing people from the area ahead of time for that one . . . . While we're at it, anyone know anyone from Switzerland? Or Iceland?cheers.

DurbsDurbsBRONZE Member
Classically British
5,688 posts
Location: Epsom, Surrey, England


Posted:
Ok - well when you're in Guildford we meet every Thursday for our spin (nothing glamourous - a car park with music, a roof and errrr lots of stmosphere).Like I said come and speak to me at Viaduct.I've got some friends is Geneva.

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Ajaymember
158 posts
Location: Oxford, U.K.


Posted:
switzerland and iceland are quite big places you know, any are specificaly..whichs reminds me of a time last year when i was in the us, i was talking to a guy and he said "so your from the uk, do you know my mate .....(cant remember the name)"i mean how small do you think england is ? yea its small compared to the US but still.------------------from the little old uk, lives next door to durbs and jez, the queen lives just down the road.

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DurbsDurbsBRONZE Member
Classically British
5,688 posts
Location: Epsom, Surrey, England


Posted:
Yeah! The amount of times you say something like "I was at Southampton uni" ir, "I live in Surrey" people always go "Oh - do you know..>" I mean c'mon... Although there is the theory, which is apparently true, that every body in the world is connected by 7 people.

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GlåssGlåssDIAMOND Member
The Ministry of Manipulation
2,523 posts
Location: Bristol, United Kingdom


Posted:
Clydenova groovy, come and say hello, can ask for me on the door. Looks like you found a bed floor, but if that all falls through, there are plenty of other offers.Vaxhall tube station is a bit of a nightmare, lots of exits, easy to get lost there (yep, checked this, come out of the ticket barriers, straight ahead into the tunnel, then take exit number 3 to get you above ground. At the top of the stairs turn back on yourself (opposite direction to the MI 6 building) to walk under the railway line and its just 50m on your right) should now be a map on https://www.justjugglers.org/viaduct_workshop.htm
DrewFrom little old UK just next door to everyone else[This message has been edited by glass (edited 20 December 2001).]

clydenovamember
4 posts
Location: Boston


Posted:
Damn. Wish Id had those directions when I was wandering around trying to find all of you. Unfortunately I wasnt able to check again during the day on tuesday and wandering around in the cold that night wasnt very successful. Now I know for next time, although it looks like my next stop in London wont be over a tuesday.thanks for the warm invite. cheers

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