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Mags The JediGOLD Member
Fool
2,020 posts
Location: Cornwall, UK


Posted:
Location: Maenporth Beach



Accomodation: Tregedna Farm Campsite (the other one for those of you who attended Falmouth 1 or 2)



Duration: Thursday evening - Sunday evening



Attractions: A beautiful beach, (hopefully) glorious weather, a big feckin fire, more beer and smoke than you can shake several large sticks at, and a bunch of lunatics playing with fire.



Throw in a few workshops, the obligatory 8 mile hike, and yer talkin' heaven.



For those who have not attended a Falmouth event before, there are videos of the last two here and here.



This may well be the only Falmouth event this year, as us Cornish types will all be going to the Play Festival in August - and recommend that you do too!



devil

"I believe the cost of life is Death and we will all pay that in full. Everything else should be a gift. We paid the cover charge of life, we were born."

Bill Hicks, February 1988


ben-ja-menGOLD Member
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2,474 posts
Location: Adelaide, Australia


Posted:
i think there should be another one in julyish so i can come if my quick trip next year sorts itself. its a big if at this stage but id love to come for another falmouth

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StoneTBRONZE Member
Member
114 posts
Location: Plymouth, UK


Posted:
Damn! You don't waste any time do you biggrin
A new sprog in Jan means that I'm unlikely to be attending anything before May umm but we'll see...

Mags - watching police torches drawing closer - runs over to his poi:
"Maybe now would be a good time to have another burn, we might not get another chance..."


SDLWSILVER Member
Member
326 posts
Location: Bristol, United Kingdom


Posted:
Sounds like a fine date to me should have accrued or how ever you spell it enough days off by then. Is this a deffinate date so i can book it or is it liable to change?

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FrodoBRONZE Member
old hand
1,092 posts
Location: In a van, United Kingdom


Posted:
go for it

passing through, this world still lives.


Mags The JediGOLD Member
Fool
2,020 posts
Location: Cornwall, UK


Posted:
Written by: StoneT


Damn! You don't waste any time do you biggrin




Heh. I try not to. I discussed it with Bird and we both felt that the sooner a thread like this went up, the more people we'd be likely to entice down here. Planning and whatnot.

Written by: StoneT


A new sprog in Jan means that I'm unlikely to be attending anything before May umm but we'll see...




Congratulations man, but I agree, camping and a 2 month old would probably rule out any chance of you having much fun. If you do feel daring however, I'm pretty sure the campsite has chalets, which might make things easier.

SDLW>> I'd love to say go ahead and book it, but it would probably pay to hang fire a few weeks and see what other people think. The date may change, but I think Easter weekend would be ideal due to bank holiday-ness.

"I believe the cost of life is Death and we will all pay that in full. Everything else should be a gift. We paid the cover charge of life, we were born."

Bill Hicks, February 1988


SkulduggeryGOLD Member
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8,428 posts
Location: Wales


Posted:
The only problem with bank holiday-ness is that lots of places put up their prices due to high demand. Other than that I have no problem with that date and promise to try not to be a mouthy cow if I'm invited biggrin

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Mags The JediGOLD Member
Fool
2,020 posts
Location: Cornwall, UK


Posted:
Then what would be the point of inviting you? ubblol

Neither of the campsites at maenporth are actually open in march, but oi reckons they'd take a nice phat group booking of circus folk. biggrin Hence the price should be fairly reasonable. I'll ring 'em and see what they say.

I'd also love to hear any offers from potential workshop organisers? Will Strugz pass on more of his killer doubles secrets? Will Dunc be able to help me understand whip catches? What can't Durbs do with a CJ ball? The answers to these and many more questions can be found on a Cornish beach.

devil

"I believe the cost of life is Death and we will all pay that in full. Everything else should be a gift. We paid the cover charge of life, we were born."

Bill Hicks, February 1988


NateBRONZE Member
Groovy ga watashi no namae desu!
1,530 posts
Location: Oxford, Oxfordshire, England


Posted:
strugz better be willing to pass on his much needed doubles info....much needed to some anyway..

now mags whats this about an eight mile hike..no thanks my legs cant carry me that far with shiz loads of props and what not

I like Languages.

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Mags The JediGOLD Member
Fool
2,020 posts
Location: Cornwall, UK


Posted:
Nah, don't worry, it's only a couple of miles. smile

"I believe the cost of life is Death and we will all pay that in full. Everything else should be a gift. We paid the cover charge of life, we were born."

Bill Hicks, February 1988


FacelessjokerBRONZE Member
enthusiast
249 posts
Location: Exeter, United Kingdom


Posted:
Well it sounded like it was alot of fun last time. I wanna say ill come (if its ok) but as i told Nate: The big groups of people scare me frown
But if theres gonna be peeps there Cjing too i might be persuaded as im crap and need inspiration.
Providing the fear doesnt overcome me tongue

Mags The JediGOLD Member
Fool
2,020 posts
Location: Cornwall, UK


Posted:
Fear not Faceless one. You'll be amongst friends, and you certainly won't be the only one who's apprehensive about meeting a large group of insane fire twirlers. smile Most people are the first time. Go on, take the plunge. It's only down the road for you anyway, so there's really no excuse.

"I believe the cost of life is Death and we will all pay that in full. Everything else should be a gift. We paid the cover charge of life, we were born."

Bill Hicks, February 1988


CantusSILVER Member
Tantamount to fatuity
15,965 posts
Location: Down the road, United Kingdom


Posted:
Written by: Mags The Jedi


What can't Durbs do with a CJ ball?




put it down for a minute and sit still?

"I'll carry this....It's harder to spill a hat" - Chellybean
"...like a rabbit caught in a lighthouse?" - Chellybean


FrodoBRONZE Member
old hand
1,092 posts
Location: In a van, United Kingdom


Posted:

smile

Dont u just love his body popping though, oh......

passing through, this world still lives.


Puresockaddict
406 posts
Location: Oxford, UK


Posted:
I'll probably be up for this, althoiugh I can't plan ahead more than a few weeks at a time, so I'll have to see come March... biggrin Hooray for Falmouth!

"Take that, math!"


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


Posted:
Sounds sweet smile

I'll make a note in my diary.

Wait, first I'll buy a diary - then I'll make a note in it biggrin

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FacelessjokerBRONZE Member
enthusiast
249 posts
Location: Exeter, United Kingdom


Posted:
Written by: Mags The Jedi


It's only down the road for you anyway, so there's really no excuse.




Thats true. Although ive never been there so really i wouldnt know tongue
Well as long as i can twist my managers arm to give me the days off, i'll come along. smile

strooSILVER Member
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799 posts
Location: oxford, england, uk


Posted:
woowoo! missed last year so will be cool to come this time. can't wait!

Livin' on dreams and custard creams


babajagaBRONZE Member
old hand
863 posts
Location: Berlin, Germany


Posted:
if nobody is disturbed by some german influence i'd love to come once more to britain plus
I have to fill my classfree time

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CantusSILVER Member
Tantamount to fatuity
15,965 posts
Location: Down the road, United Kingdom


Posted:
Oh well if there's going to be a german influence I'm sure i can wander in the Falmouth direction....





Stroo - will you be picking daisies? wink

"I'll carry this....It's harder to spill a hat" - Chellybean
"...like a rabbit caught in a lighthouse?" - Chellybean


polytheneveteran
1,359 posts
Location: London/ Surrey


Posted:
Tempting smile I'm in Scotland at some point in march, this sounds good if the events don't clash biggrin

The optimist claims that we are living in the best of all possible worlds.
The pessimist fears this is true.

Always make time to play in the snow.


fireflyzmember
73 posts
Location: standish,wigan


Posted:
FALMOUTH 05!!! i could cope with that me thinks !! won't march time still be a bit cold for boardies and bikinis? put me down anyway with enough notice like this i'm sure we can get all 6 of us down this time, oh and the mother ship i spose!!
This time i think a percussion group should be sorted ... although mags's guitar and singing was enough entertainment to keep us goin 4 hours i think tribal beats are always good.
(New years revolution - open falmouth 05,06,07,08 savings accounts smile biggrin ubbrollsmile juggle weavesmiley

who ate all the poi's?

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FearpigSILVER Member
member - tee hee "member"
279 posts
Location: Bethnal Green, London, England (UK)


Posted:
Yes!! Falmouth would be fun again.

Terrible at organisation so when a date is set I probably leave things to the last minute and then turn up.

Mike - New Years Revolution.... Revolution?

"Whats wrong with the cat?" - Mrs Schrdinger


VixenSILVER Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
3,276 posts
Location: Oxfordshire/Wiltshire, United Kingdom


Posted:
I'll hopefully be there.

Is this going to be kown as Falmouth 3 or Falmouth 05? xxx

tHeReS gOoD aNd EvIl iN EaCh InDiViDuAl fIrE, iDeNtIfIeS nEeDs AnD fEeDs OuR dEsIrEs.


garthySILVER Member
old hand
717 posts
Location: Bristol, England


Posted:
Hmm the other problem with bank holidays is the 8 hour drive down! Traffic is indeed tragic! frown

But count me in. biggrin

"**grumble*spuriouswindmills*grumble**" - Coleman
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VixenSILVER Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
3,276 posts
Location: Oxfordshire/Wiltshire, United Kingdom


Posted:
Hey Garthy - what do u reckon the chnces of me being able to drive are ??? xxx

tHeReS gOoD aNd EvIl iN EaCh InDiViDuAl fIrE, iDeNtIfIeS nEeDs AnD fEeDs OuR dEsIrEs.


Mags The JediGOLD Member
Fool
2,020 posts
Location: Cornwall, UK


Posted:
It kinda is Falmouth 3, cos the one last week was officially (because i decided) Falmouth 2.1

I can rename the thread if you want? smile

Mike>> Couldn't agree more. Bring drums, rattles, pans, maracas, and anything else you can bang, and we'll be nicely sorted.

"I believe the cost of life is Death and we will all pay that in full. Everything else should be a gift. We paid the cover charge of life, we were born."

Bill Hicks, February 1988


Mint SauceBRONZE Member
veteran
1,453 posts
Location: Lancs England


Posted:
Can some of you lovely people ubblove ubblove(grovel grovel) over hear in this thread come and pester some of the Manchester peeps to hire a mini buss with me so we can come down as a group as a lot of them only post in the man meet-up thread rolleyes (we are so imbred). So pleas pleas com bully them into coming and try to make them post in the rest of the sight smile

ubblove ubblovePretty please with sugar and cherries on top
ubblove ubblove

before i met those lot i thought they'd be a bunch of dreadlocked hippies that smoked, set things on fire ,and drank a lot of tea but then when i met them....oh wait (PyroWill)


MidianThe Fairy Of Things That Go Bump In The Night ;)
188 posts
Location: Manchester UK


Posted:
hey whats this foulmouth thing? its wierd not knowing about what people are on about confused okies well could somebody please tell me what it is? hug thankies

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Mint SauceBRONZE Member
veteran
1,453 posts
Location: Lancs England


Posted:
ohh make it look all meditrainian and stuff

FALMOUTH

before i met those lot i thought they'd be a bunch of dreadlocked hippies that smoked, set things on fire ,and drank a lot of tea but then when i met them....oh wait (PyroWill)


HavokistBRONZE Member

2,530 posts
Location: Manchester, United Kingdom


Posted:
We could organise a mini bus... but we need to know what's goin on

We are the music makers, We are the dreamers of dreams,
Wandering by lone sea-breakers, And sitting by desolate streams;
World-losers and world-forsakers, On whom the pale moon gleams;
We are the movers and shakers of the world for ever, it seems.


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