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Diet Coke is probably better than poo to be honest
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Diet Coke is probably better than poo to be honest
You'd know, you eat poo!
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Gaz, are you covered in mud, blood, sick or poo? i can't tell
It was about 10% diet coke, 90% DC Vodka. Or that's what I heard...
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It was about 10% diet coke, 90% DC Vodka. Or that's what I heard...
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I'm really keen to come up for the weekend and camp at the track if people are doing that. If anyone from the South East region has extra room and wants some gass money PM me.
I really want to get out for one of the nationals as I missed the Eden Park National.
Hi Dan

Give the usual suspects a call - I am not sure of their arrangements but you never know. Phil Le Maistre normally heads up by train but the others will drive like Brookie, Stu Band, Nathan, DC, Boults, etc.

If you need contact numbers or e-mail addresses, LMK.

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Weather wise, Saturday is currently looking to be the best......

http://weather.uk.msn.com/local.aspx...KXX0139&vv=600
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This weekend is one of the "Music in the park" weekends.

The top end of Victoria park will be hosting the summer classics concerts on Friday and Saturday nights.

M-people and The Chirstians will be the acts on Stage for Friday.

Saturday sees performance from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra with Natasha Marsh. There should also be a fireworks display on the saturday night.

You won't see the stage from where the track is, but will certainly be in very good range for listening and seeing the fireworks display.

Tickets are £25, but look to be sold out already.

http://www.visitsouthport.com/site/e...ummer-classics
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This weekend is one of the "Music in the park" weekends.

The top end of Victoria park will be hosting the summer classics concerts on Friday and Saturday nights.

M-people and The Chirstians will be the acts on Stage for Friday.

Saturday sees performance from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra with Natasha Marsh. There should also be a fireworks display on the saturday night.

You won't see the stage from where the track is, but will certainly be in very good range for listening and seeing the fireworks display.

Tickets are £25, but look to be sold out already.

http://www.visitsouthport.com/site/e...ummer-classics
Does this mean it may be difficult to get into the park late on friday night?
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Lee i dont think the party is in where were racing. I think its just called "party in the park"
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Thanks for that ben i thought they were using the rostrum as the stage

I just mean in terms of traffic in and around southport
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When there has been a show on, such as car show, the organisers have sent people into the racing field which we camp in, for parking. Ive even seen them charging people to go in, which racers have been able to blag.

Im sure it'll be fine, but id be tempted to recommend arriving early enough just incase.

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Thats my problem chris, i wont be arriving till late on, i may have to come down early sat morning
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How late? Im sure the organisers of the gig will notice something is going on, im sure one of the Southport guys will confirm. id say not to worry about it, shame you could miss M-people though. rave!
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M-People? Rave?
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I dont think i will be home till after 7 on friday and then pack the car and a 2.5 hour drive, so half 10 ish

I wanted to see the original pineapple head too
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I hope the noise will all be stopped for 11pm, just like the gennys.....

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Yeah, if not i will bring along my info pack and go and show them
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Dont think you'll have a problem lee. Depends on which way you come i guess. But at that time you'll be going against the traffic so it should be easy for ya.

They wont be using the field for parking, they didn't last year. Most people use the Park-and-rides. We'll all be there till late probs setting up anyway so we'll sort it
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The top end of the Park where shows take place is not operated by the council, but by an events company. I don't know if they own it or just have a 100year lease. When events are on the interconnecting gates get closed to sperate the public park from the events section.

Parking for the concert is on the park a ride, which is just a very short walk from park to concert gates.

Only BRCA National drivers, organisers and SRCC members should be allowed to bring vehicles in the park. Other visitors and spectators will have to street park.

SRCC Club members will be on hand on friday and saturday to direct parking.

Access to the park is at the discression of the council and they normally specifiy that access to national competetitors, caravans and camping is allowed from about mid afternoon onwards (maybe Burgie or Eric has the "offical time"), so please don't turn up to early.
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