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Old 07 March 2014, 11:17   #2111
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Disco passed the MOT, so that takes care of one little piggy

The other piggy should be ready to eat around 12:30 on Sunday

Marquee's up so Lisa from Macmillan will be set up in there if anyone needs anything or info etc

Crew2's sorted some name tags if anyone wants one so you know who you're talking to.

Weather's sorted

Press is sorted

Writing PBR story at the moment, I will need your support

Macmillan Cancer support has wished us well

A lady cried on me yesterday when I told her what we had done and the 'Out of Nothing' concept

So much work has gone into to this behind the scenes so I hope you all enjoy a nice relaxing lunch in the sun with great company.

Map attached of where we are and where the RIB Rides are running from...

Dry Run can fit about 20 - 25 ribs in rafted up, moorings are near the RIB 4 Macmillan sign on the map below...

And dont't forget the following information copied from KB's website...

QHM Portsmouth are still rigorously enforcing the regulations for boats entering and leaving Portsmouth Harbour. On slipping from the pontoons and again when in the vicinity of the Camber entrance you are required to call up QHM on Channel 11 and request to cross from Camber Docks to Ballast Pile and upon return request to cross from Ballast Pile to Camber Docks. Boats entering and leaving the Harbour should use the small boat channel on the Gosport side.

See you Sunday
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Old 07 March 2014, 11:18   #2112
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Looking forward to seeing you all on Sunday.
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Old 07 March 2014, 11:33   #2113
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We might have to cancel the day. I've swopped the boat for a jet ski. LOL
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Old 07 March 2014, 11:44   #2114
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Disco passed the MOT, so that takes care of one little piggy

The other piggy should be ready to eat around 12:30 on Sunday

Marquee's up so Lisa from Macmillan will be set up in there if anyone needs anything or info etc

Crew2's sorted some name tags if anyone wants one so you know who you're talking to.

Weather's sorted

Press is sorted

Writing PBR story at the moment, I will need your support

Macmillan Cancer support has wished us well

A lady cried on me yesterday when I told her what we had done and the 'Out of Nothing' concept

So much work has gone into to this behind the scenes so I hope you all enjoy a nice relaxing lunch in the sun with great company.

Map attached of where we are...

Dry Run can fit about 20 - 25 ribs in rafted up...

And dont't forget the following information copied from KB's website...

QHM Portsmouth are still rigorously enforcing the regulations for boats entering and leaving Portsmouth Harbour. On slipping from the pontoons and again when in the vicinity of the Camber entrance you are required to call up QHM on Channel 11 and request to cross from Camber Docks to Ballast Pile and upon return request to cross from Ballast Pile to Camber Docks. Boats entering and leaving the Harbour should use the small boat channel on the Gosport side.

See you Sunday
Bloomin' Nora, you have been busy
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Old 07 March 2014, 12:00   #2115
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Local weather is quoting 17/18 degrees. Might get the shorts out
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Old 07 March 2014, 12:12   #2116
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Nooooooooooooooooo
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Old 07 March 2014, 12:21   #2117
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We might have to cancel the day. I've swopped the boat for a jet ski. LOL
Could have been worse, you could have swapped it for a Justin Bieber CD

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Start on that tan me old mate
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Old 07 March 2014, 12:41   #2118
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Well done everybody! What a fantastic effort for such a deserving cause.

Thanks to all especially the boat builders team

Have a great day on Sunday. Too far away for me to join you all. Thinking about you.

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Old 07 March 2014, 12:59   #2119
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Well done everybody! What a fantastic effort for such a deserving cause.

Thanks to all especially the boat builders team

Have a great day on Sunday. Too far away for me to join you all. Thinking about you.

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Thanks Tony They were really nice words about the team

Believe me, they are all awesome people with hearts of gold
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Old 07 March 2014, 14:05   #2120
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My apologies I can't be there this weekend, I was loosely planning to be, but it's not to be.
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