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Old 4th July 2018, 14:50   #1
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Hi guys n girls itís been on my mind to do a picnic at tyneham in Dorset,this is a lovely place to visit so Iíve been told, itís a village in Dorset where time has stood still,Iím just getting the views of others who would like to attend this meet before i go ahead and advertise it as an advertised meet,so dates etc that you canít make and suggestions of drive up stops etc would gratefully appreciated
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Hi guys n girls it’s been on my mind to do a picnic at tyneham in Dorset,this is a lovely place to visit so I’ve been told, it’s a village in Dorset where time has stood still,I’m just getting the views of others who would like to attend this meet before i go ahead and advertise it as an advertised meet,so dates etc that you can’t make and suggestions of drive up stops etc would gratefully appreciated
Thanks again matt
You may find this helpful Matt
http://www.tynehamopc.org.uk/visitin.../opening-times
Cheers Ian

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Old 24th July 2018, 20:03   #3
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I see that Lord Rover is thinking of organising a meet at the Bovington Tank Museum and Tyneham village is just around the corner, so it might be a good idea to combine the two.
This might encourage folk to come from slightly further afield. I attended the Portland meet and thoroughly enjoyed it - well done Ian G.
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You can count us in Matt, never been there before...
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I'm game for this as well.
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I see that Lord Rover is thinking of organising a meet at the Bovington Tank Museum and Tyneham village is just around the corner, so it might be a good idea to combine the two.
This might encourage folk to come from slightly further afield. I attended the Portland meet and thoroughly enjoyed it - well done Ian G.
Yeah do you know what that would work perfectly as well.
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Great idea two fantastic places to hold a meeting and also remember our brave men and women who gave their lives for us look forward to seeing you there .
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Sounds like a good day out - I'll make it if I can. However, l've got a pretty busy diary until mid September.
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Hi guys n girls itís been on my mind to do a picnic at tyneham in Dorset,this is a lovely place to visit so Iíve been told, itís a village in Dorset where time has stood still,Iím just getting the views of others who would like to attend this meet before i go ahead and advertise it as an advertised meet,so dates etc that you canít make and suggestions of drive up stops etc would gratefully appreciated
Thanks again matt
this is a great place to visit Matt £2.00 donation for the car park , a great day out
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Yes I must get this sorted as soon as ratty and val are back as I know they were really up for this one so as soon as a date is sorted I will update the thread
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