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Old 13th December 2016, 22:44   #1
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Old 13th December 2016, 22:59   #2
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Without mud and rain this year hopefully !
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.....and snow :xmas-smiley-010: :snowman4:
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Old 14th December 2016, 09:57   #4
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As Cofton park is from what I can tell is a public area, and possible a number of our members being fairly local to this venue, perhaps somebody would feel up to keeping an eye on the general condition of the park area over a couple of days prior to the event. This will hopefully avoid the same problems from last year.They would be able to advise on water logging, snow drifts and the like. I guess it would take some commitment, but only a few trips would soon ascertain the likely outcome and save countless members a futile trip to a cancelled event from all over the country, and abroad.
This is just a thought, and not expecting too much from this thought, but somebody may have thought of this too.
I am not able to do this as I am 68 miles from the venue, but there must be many more local who would be able to just take a look.
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Old 14th December 2016, 11:41   #5
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There is already a thread for POL in another section...
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Old 24th December 2016, 20:55   #6
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We always post as well because we normally have a convoy of sorts from Walsall. If you check you will see I have already posted my attendance on the main thread.:xmas-smiley-032:
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As Cofton park is from what I can tell is a public area, and possible a number of our members being fairly local to this venue, perhaps somebody would feel up to keeping an eye on the general condition of the park area over a couple of days prior to the event. This will hopefully avoid the same problems from last year.They would be able to advise on water logging, snow drifts and the like. I guess it would take some commitment, but only a few trips would soon ascertain the likely outcome and save countless members a futile trip to a cancelled event from all over the country, and abroad.
This is just a thought, and not expecting too much from this thought, but somebody may have thought of this too.
I am not able to do this as I am 68 miles from the venue, but there must be many more local who would be able to just take a look.
Yeah- I struggled to get there last year - see pic.

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If you do the convoy from walsall to POL again, please put my name down.
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Old 9th February 2017, 21:07   #9
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Hi will post info closer to the time of event



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