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Can any of the supporters bring along any of the following? I could bring most of it but I will now be bringing the banners and they weigh a ton so any help would be appreciated.
Large Balls of String x 2 Scissors x 2 Sharp Knife x 2 Swiss Army Knife Gaffer Tape x 2 Bamboo Canes Red/White striped tape, for fencing off our area
And most important question of all, what cake should I bring? I will warn you that it will be gluten free and I've only had one attempt at GF baking which was a reasonable imitation of a ginger cake. So supporters, any preference?
We usually put the jelly babies and jaffa cakes in bags. The runners can grab a whole bag and eat them at their leisure. If you put them in bowls then you tend to find that they get knocked out of your hands.
The plates are mainly for preparing food rather than serving it up. They make good chopping boards for the bananas and oranges
Sorry, I can't advise on places to eat Liberty.
Hi, I might be able to make this now.
Cambridge weekend is off - no money.
Chucking my job in before I've got another one.
Hi Soupy, it would be great to see you. Sorry about not having any money though
Still hoping to get to Macclesfield though.
You will. We'll do it on a budget. Homemade picnic in the hotel room and we can share transport if you can get to me
Don't see why not, especially if you treat it as a training run rather than an A race
Funnily enough, other people ask questions on here too. Hmm, self centred and can only do one thing at a time. Must be a bloke
We went on the cable car last time we were in London, it's good fun!
On the subject of food, a few years ago another forumite took me to Stockpot near Trafalgar Square, do you know it RR?
It was real school dinner stuff, but we got spaghetti bolognese starter, a big dinner and a slab of cake for a tenner and we were in and out in less than an hour.