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Old 07 April 2004, 13:31   #101
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Old 07 April 2004, 15:06   #102
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Ooh err!
That sounds like a quick handover, but maybe NW Ribsters can come up trumps? Lets hear it from the boys (and girls of course).
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I put this to some of the other NWR's before Xmas and it went down well with volunteers to help. Just thought the 2004 event should be out of the way before making any firm decisions. JK was ok with it as well.
If enough people are willing to make the trip from other areas there is no reason why not, and to tie in with another event, such as RTW, would add interest. Ireland is less than 50 miles away as well.
We can discuss this over Easter and the coming weeks.
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Does anybody know anything about the Red Funnel ticket/travel offer? It says on the RIBEX website that "a day return Hi-Speed ferry ticket + a 3-day entry ticket to the show is just 10", but there is no mention about the ticket being valid for all 3 days on the Red Funnel site.

The only reason I ask is that it would be cheaper to buy the ferry ticket with 3 day entry, than pay 4.50 on the door each day.
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Old 12 May 2004, 05:26   #104
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Does anybody know anything about the Red Funnel ticket/travel offer? It says on the RIBEX website that "a day return Hi-Speed ferry ticket + a 3-day entry ticket to the show is just 10", but there is no mention about the ticket being valid for all 3 days on the Red Funnel site.

The only reason I ask is that it would be cheaper to buy the ferry ticket with 3 day entry, than pay 4.50 on the door each day.
Give the guys at RIbex a call
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Old 12 May 2004, 05:29   #105
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From the RIBex website: "Please note: visitors staying on the Island will be entitled to show entry on all three days of RIBEX 2004 upon purchase of a single entry ticket."

Still seems a little vague though (does this only apply to people who book accommodation through Red Funnel?).

If you find out the definitive answer, please let us all know!

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Old 12 May 2004, 05:33   #106
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If you say your with me and the team you will never get in!!
You really do not want to be associated with us I promise

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I will be trying to give away my asst Phil.

He is a cross between Charlie from Busted and Frodo Baggins.

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Old 12 May 2004, 08:09   #110
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It will be bolted, chained, alarmed and electrofied just for you Mark.

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