SOUTHERN AREA - Hen & Chicken, Alton. 2nd Wednesday of Month

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SOUTHERN AREA - Hen & Chicken, Alton. 2nd Wednesday of Month

Postby stevieshag » Sun 31.07.2005, 21:43

Hi all thought start new thread as we seem to be missing our old link.

Hen & Chickens this wednesday 3rd August.



Upper Froyle, Alton,
Hampshire GU34 4JH




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stevieshag
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chris t
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kier & dean possibles.

anyone esle more than welcome..

food is good too..

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Postby GROMIT » Mon 01.08.2005, 21:16

" MAYBE" :lol: been though hell last 2 mouth,s speeding fine, then a crash lost my job and jailed , not bad in 8 weeks try to make it wed,s
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Postby muley » Mon 01.08.2005, 22:06

Gromit,

Sorry to hear your news, Hope you can make it.

Cheers

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Postby stevieshag » Mon 01.08.2005, 22:33

yeah, sorry to hear about your 8 weeks of hell Gromit, be good to see ya wednesday..

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Postby Nige » Mon 01.08.2005, 22:37

Jims reference to Wednesday and the answer in the Southern Spin and Scoff thread prompted my interest. The Hen & Chickens is only about an hour or so away from me so I'll come along as well if that's allright?

What sort of time do you meet up?
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Postby stevieshag » Mon 01.08.2005, 22:44

Hi nige be good to see you, twice in a week people will start talking.lol

i intend to get there about 7-30- 8pm can recomend the food if you intend to eat, i am hoping to participate in a little nibble, :?

if the waitress will oblige. :lol:
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Postby muley » Tue 02.08.2005, 08:07

Nige wrote:Jims reference to Wednesday and the answer in the Southern Spin and Scoff thread prompted my interest. The Hen & Chickens is only about an hour or so away from me so I'll come along as well if that's allright?

What sort of time do you meet up?


Nige,

Good grief! You don't need permission !! It would be great to see you, any time from about 7:30 ...

Cheers

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Postby chris.t » Tue 02.08.2005, 10:07

gromit you've got to be there to relay the whole story!!!! Nige would be good if you could be there. will be partaking in the food as it has been so highly reccommended.
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Postby stevieshag » Tue 02.08.2005, 10:43

Think we are going to need a bigger table. :lol: unless of course we go in the beer garden if its not raining 8) guess we are going to need a bigger table... :D
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Postby chris.t » Tue 02.08.2005, 11:36

this thread may as well be in B&W looking at the avatars :?
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Postby Nige » Tue 02.08.2005, 12:47

Only being polite :lol:, see you there. I'm on for some food as well so will be aiming to arrive around about 1930.
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Postby rjbean » Tue 02.08.2005, 13:46

Nige wrote: ... so will be aiming to arrive around about 1930.


hate to tell you this nige but, you're 75 years too late! :D

we'll be there too, won't be eating though because michelle is cooking for me (i wonder if it will be chicken tikka and pasta :shock: again
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Postby chris.t » Wed 03.08.2005, 09:30

Stevie, can you bring your laptop along tonight???
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Postby Kier » Wed 03.08.2005, 14:07

I will be there as well.

Not wanting to tempt fate, but it even looks like the sun will be out later for the journey there. 8) (fingers crossed!)
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Postby rjbean » Wed 03.08.2005, 16:13

Hello All. Really sorry, i know i said we'll be there tonight but i'm afraid i won't. haven't got much sleep recently and am absolutely knackered.

I hate pulling out at the last minute (but that's a different story :shock: ) I'm not sure if i'll be able to make septembers either because i'm flying to america the following morning. :cry:

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Postby chris.t » Thu 04.08.2005, 09:45

good turn out last night, good company and good burgers. Hats off to dean for makinng it all the way from essex - you are most welcome!!!!!!! :oops:
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Postby muley » Thu 04.08.2005, 09:55

chris.t wrote:good turn out last night, good company and good burgers. Hats off to dean for makinng it all the way from essex - you are most welcome!!!!!!! :oops:
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Postby stevieshag » Thu 04.08.2005, 10:33

muley wrote:
chris.t wrote:good turn out last night, good company and good burgers. Hats off to dean for makinng it all the way from essex - you are most welcome!!!!!!! :oops:
:agree:

:gathering: :agree:

Good to see kier nick & nige too.

will bring mains adapter next time so chris can finish what he started.. :wink:
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Postby Dean » Thu 04.08.2005, 22:10

Thank's all for the welcome. Can't make September be in the U.S

Should of ask'ed last night, but in repairs it say's hall senser £20+VAT anyone know who from?
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Postby Nige » Fri 05.08.2005, 10:39

Dean,

The Hall sensor assemblies (rather than a full Cam Angle Sensor) are available from Lotus and are on this years parts sale list. Sy posted the list and details of how to order here

http://lotuselancentral.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2912[url]

I bought some bits through my local dealer and the system worked fine.
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