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High Peak Noggin

Post by ScimmyMike » Tue Jan 11, 2011 8:52 am

Meeting tonight at the usual time 8:30-11:30pm at the Olde Pack Horse. Chapel en le Frith SK23 0NT, all members current and new welcome, if you happen to live in the Manchester, Cheshire or Derbyshire or any other area, pop along, you'll be very welcome.
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Re: High Peak Noggin

Post by wik » Sun Jan 30, 2011 8:17 pm

Hi Mike,

When is your next meeting ? I live in Huddersfield and never been to a meeeting maybe its time to try and make one in !

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Post by ScimitarMatt » Sun Jan 30, 2011 9:02 pm

Hi Wik,

it's this coming Tuesday, if you need a map etc, there's one on our website - www.highpeaknoggin.co.uk

see you there, Matt


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Post by ScimmyMike » Mon Jan 31, 2011 8:43 am

Hi Wik,

You'll be more than welcolme, where abouts in huddersfield are you, just thinking of what would be the best way over for you.

And a reminder to the rest of you noggineers don't forget 1st Tuesday is the 1st of February this year, so get you those scimitars and get over to Chapel en le Frith

Cheers, hopefully see you all tomorrow night

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Post by ScimitarMatt » Mon Jan 31, 2011 8:29 pm

ScimmyMike wrote: And a reminder to the rest of you noggineers don't forget 1st Tuesday is the 1st of February this year, so get you those scimitars and get over to Chapel en le Frith
Does that mean I can't come over in the van then Mike? :lol: I'll see what I can do and will probably bring a coupe as my GTE had a serious issue today, I'll tell you all tomorrow, it a bit 'bottom lip' :(

cheers, Matt

p.s. will you be in your scim too? :w

(a little cut and paste form the yahoo emailed reminder)
Title: High Peak Noggin - updated!!

Date: Tuesday February 1, 2011
Time: 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Repeats: This event repeats every month on the first Tuesday.
Location: Chapel-en-le-Frith, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK23 0NT
Phone: www.highpeaknoggin.co.uk

Notes: The High Peak Noggin would like to invite you to join Mike Simpson & the other noggineers to the Old Pack Horse, Chapel en le Frith, Derbyshire, everyone is welcome to drop by and join in the fun. Contact Mike Simpson (Noggin Sec) for more details - highpeaknoggin-web@yahoo.co.uk - or come and see us at our new website - www.highpeaknoggin.co.uk - we regularly have 10-20 members and plenty of Scimitars and the occasional Sabre in the carpark, all in all, a nice evening out.


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Re: High Peak Noggin

Post by ScimmyMike » Mon Jan 31, 2011 9:29 pm

Matt, Hoping to be in the scim tomorrow, bringing Simon, told him to wrap up warm :lol:
Running rough at the moment but at least it's running again, loving this petrol thing wowa


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Re: High Peak Noggin

Post by wik » Wed Feb 02, 2011 7:54 pm

To all,

Just a quick thank you for making me welome last night. I'm blown away by everyones knowledge! It was just a joy to listen to everyones experiences and the banter. Looking forward to the next meeting assuming you will have me back.

I'm sure that a new issue of slice has been published however I'm still waiting for my copy. Is there anyone I can contact to organise another copy ?

Wik.



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Post by ScimitarMatt » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:02 pm

Hi Wik,

It was a pleasure to have you along, you're more than welcome to darken our door again ;)

As for the latest slice, I think there's one due in a week or so, the one Mike had at the Noggin has been out a while but if you need a copy you could try emailing the club secretary (details on the main site)

See you next month (and hopefully your GTC too)

Cheers, Matt


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Post by philhoward » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:09 pm

Traditional publishing (doormat) date of Slice has been the first weekend of the second month on the cover. Being a bi-monthly publication, 237 (Jan-Feb) is due this weekend (or early next week). I can confirm it's at the printers, though... With a lot of changes to the way we produce the magazine over the last 18 months or so, it had slipped for many reasons but thanks to the very hard work of Terry (editor) - with some nudging from me - we're now back on track.


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Post by ScimmyMike » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:20 pm

As Matt said Wik, great to see you there last night, would have said that when I got home but my pc decided I should have gone straight to bed and threw it's toys out of the pram, just got it back up and running.
How I hate the 'sorry windows can't repair the problem this time' message eek! :?

Looking forward to seeing the GTC in all its glory though doesn't sound too bad to me.

See you next month hopefully, (if our scimitar stories didn't scare you off that is) don't forget bring a list of questions and we'll have a bash at answering them for you.

Not bad 3 months as noggin sec and 2 new members, hope this keeps on going. :D

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Post by ScimitarMatt » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:28 pm

ScimmyMike wrote: Not bad 3 months as noggin sec and 2 new members, hope this keeps on going. :D

Mike
Always knew you were the right man for the job Mike, you're doing a far better job than I could have hoped to do with the pressures on this year

I reckon our noggin will go from strength to strength, maybe even Nick will think we're good enough for free cheese at the noggin pub again soon :lol:

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Re: High Peak Noggin

Post by Corky » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:48 pm

Did someone mention free food............ :lol:

Yes it was good to meet you Wik, after many GTC themed emails... :lol:

You chose the right kind of Scimitar and don't let Matt tell you anything different...if it's got a lid, it's just a car..... :w

Looking forward to next month chaps !


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Re: High Peak Noggin

Post by ScimmyMike » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:52 pm

Matt,
No worries, just glad me taking it over from you has helped in some small way in what is going to be a big year for you and your intended, just hope you're both as happy after 21 years that me and the missus are :lol: or should that be :w

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Re: High Peak Noggin

Post by wik » Mon Feb 28, 2011 8:20 pm

Hi Guys,

Do we have a noggin's meeting tomorrow night ? If so i'm unable to attend. My better half wishes to attend a meeting with the kiddies school to argue with the goveners about an application thats being made for academy status.

Wik

PS Can I buy tickets through the club for Tatton?



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Post by ScimmyMike » Mon Feb 28, 2011 9:06 pm

Wik,
we sure do, shame you cannot make it, can you PM me your email please your name on the email you gave me last month is different from your details name, email bounced back on both.

Cheers, Mike
PS good luck with those Govenors, I am one he he, from what I'm hearing the best way of getting gov't funding will be via the academy route.

Not too sure about Tatton tickets though would be surprised if we can't get any for you, don't think we get a discount, much discussion elsewhere on the forum about ths topic at the moment, if your car is on the stand you can get them, let me know and I'll let you have the necessary


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