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Sunday morning breakfast club LIST

Postby clemo » Fri 08.03.2019, 23:13

To complete our wonderful Elan weekend what could be nicer that saying goodbye over a cuppa tea / coffee and a bacon ( veggie version if required ) sandwich on Sunday morning.

Well as luck would have it we have a wonderful opportunity for such a thing . With help once again from our in house organiser Saltire / Jonathan. He has organised :

- table for as many people as we want (within reason) in a private room
- orange juice, unlimited tea/coffee/toast, full English breakfast (veggie options available)
- all food cooked to order
- flat cost of £10 per head (normally £12.95)
- secure, off-Street Elan parking, plus photo opportunities in front of a listed Cotswold stone building
All this and charming intelligent company as well. What more could you want?

Final numbers will need to go to the hotel a week beforehand, so still plenty of time to join in.


This is at hotel where our Special Guest's are staying .They have offered to put on a goodbye breakfast before we go our separate ways . Parking is available out front . Mini convoys home from there ?

Numbers being collected to make sure we have reserved seating.
As per always ..


LIST .

1 Clemo .
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby Saltire » Fri 08.03.2019, 23:53

clemo wrote:LIST .

1 Clemo .
2. Saltire (it would be rude not to)
3.
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby Steve A » Sat 09.03.2019, 10:50

1. Clemo
2. Saltire (it would be rude not to)
3. Mr & Mrs A :agree:
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby dapinky » Sat 09.03.2019, 11:04

1. Clemo
2. Saltire (it would be rude not to)
3&4. Mr & Mrs A :agree:
5. Pinky
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby Saltire » Sat 09.03.2019, 13:17

1. Clemo
2. Saltire (it would be rude not to)
3&4. Mr & Mrs A :agree:
5. Pinky
6. VIP 1
7. VIP 2
Jonathan

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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby alan e » Sat 09.03.2019, 18:52

Saltire wrote:1. Clemo
2. Saltire (it would be rude not to)
3&4. Mr & Mrs A :agree:
5. Pinky
6. VIP 1
7. VIP 2

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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby Rambo » Sat 09.03.2019, 19:51

What ? No Sunday Waitrose ? Oh, go on then ;-)

Saltire wrote:1. Clemo
2. Saltire (it would be rude not to)
3&4. Mr & Mrs A :agree:
5. Pinky
6. VIP 1
7. VIP 2
8. alan e
9. Rambo
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby Saltire » Sat 09.03.2019, 20:58

Rambo wrote:What ? No Sunday Waitrose ? Oh, go on then ;-)

On a point of order, Mr Rambo . . . It was Saturday Waitrose last year - and it will be again this year too!

Sunday is a proper, grown-up Full English (light and vegetarian options also available)
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby Rambo » Sat 09.03.2019, 22:32

For me and Jim (Muley) it was Waitrose breakfast on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby Saltire » Sat 09.03.2019, 23:50

Jonathan

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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby Rambo » Sun 10.03.2019, 08:55



The report sounds very contradictory.....

"Planning permission for an Aldi superstore on the site of Malmesbury Garden Centre on Crudwell Road was approved yesterday by 11 votes to 0 by Wiltshire Council’s Northern Area Planning Committee"

"An application for a Lidl superstore off the A429 bypass near Waitrose was looked at first during the meeting but was refused by 11 votes to 0"

"Nigel Roberts, owner of the land Lidl wanted to build on, said he was approached by both supermarkets and chose Lidl as he felt there would have worked best with the town "

So is it Aldi or Lidl :smt017
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby Rambo » Sun 10.03.2019, 09:03

1. Clemo
2. Saltire (it would be rude not to)
3&4. Mr & Mrs A :agree:
5. Pinky
6. VIP 1
7. VIP 2
8. alan e
9. Rambo
10.
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby Saltire » Sun 10.03.2019, 11:27

Rambo wrote:


The report sounds very contradictory.....

"Planning permission for an Aldi superstore on the site of Malmesbury Garden Centre on Crudwell Road was approved yesterday by 11 votes to 0 by Wiltshire Council’s Northern Area Planning Committee"

"An application for a Lidl superstore off the A429 bypass near Waitrose was looked at first during the meeting but was refused by 11 votes to 0"

"Nigel Roberts, owner of the land Lidl wanted to build on, said he was approached by both supermarkets and chose Lidl as he felt there would have worked best with the town "

So is it Aldi or Lidl :smt017


It’s Aldi - mainly because the Lidl site (opposite Waitrose on the by-pass) would have meant building on green belt land, and the Council weren’t happy about the traffic safety implications of turning the Waitrose entrance into a crossroads. Lidl is now looking at a site in Tetbury, a short distance away.

And, by the way, that’s one of Wiltshire Council’s clearer communications :roll:
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby nchase » Tue 12.03.2019, 09:11

Rambo wrote:1. Clemo
2. Saltire (it would be rude not to)
3&4. Mr & Mrs A :agree:
5. Pinky
6. VIP 1
7. VIP 2
8. alan e
9. Rambo
10. nchase - someone can tell me where later.
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby GeoffSmith » Tue 26.03.2019, 00:40

1. Clemo
2. Saltire (it would be rude not to)
3&4. Mr & Mrs A :agree:
5. Pinky
6. VIP 1
7. VIP 2
8. alan e
9. Rambo
10. nchase - someone can tell me where later.
11. Geoff
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby Saltire » Tue 26.03.2019, 16:09

Breakfast details now agreed:

    - table for as many people as we want (within reason) in a private room
    - orange juice, unlimited tea/coffee/toast, full English breakfast (veggie options available)
    - all food cooked to order
    - flat cost of £10 per head (normally £12.95)
    - secure, off-Street Elan parking, plus photo opportunities in front of a listed Cotswold stone building
All this and charming intelligent company as well. What more could you want?

Final numbers will need to go to the hotel a week beforehand, so still plenty of time to join in.
Jonathan

1995 Elan S2 no 512, BRG/magnolia, last of 4 UK S2 to this spec
2010 Fiat Panda 100HP, bossanova white/grey (the rollerskate)
2017 BMW F48 X1 2.0D AWD, Mediterranean blue/magnolia (the workhorse)
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby GeoffSmith » Tue 26.03.2019, 16:12

Saltire wrote:All this and charming intelligent company as well.

Good to see that you waited until my name was on the list before you said it. :lol:
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby Saltire » Tue 26.03.2019, 19:55

GeoffSmith wrote:
Saltire wrote:All this and charming intelligent company as well.

Good to see that you waited until my name was on the list before you said it. :lol:


I refer the honourable member for Tytherington to the comment I made some weeks ago. Always glad to welcome a fellow traveller
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby clemo » Tue 26.03.2019, 20:01

Thank you Jonathan .
I have amended the main heading to reflect the menu options.
Jim Clark S2 - 1/12. The one with the Yellow spoke wheels . No 613 on dash (pushed in to factory in wrong order 615 on tub)
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Re: Sunday morning breakfast club.

Postby Dave Eds » Tue 26.03.2019, 20:08

1. Clemo
2. Saltire (it would be rude not to)
3&4. Mr & Mrs A :agree:
5. Pinky
6. VIP 1
7. VIP 2
8. alan e
9. Rambo
10. nchase - someone can tell me where later.
11. Geoff
12. Spud
13. Clemos mate
14. Phillippe Adams F1
15. Adams F1 son
16. Phillippes Mate
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