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#338171 - 24th Jul 2009 6:00pm The Big Lunch event-Seacombe 25th july
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Part of the initiative to bring back community spirit!
Meet your neighbours and stuff your face.
Tomorrow 25th july. Noon- 4pm
St pauls church hall, church road, seacombe.


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#338182 - 24th Jul 2009 6:36pm Re: The Big Lunch event-Seacombe [Re: RUDEBOX]
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..and whilst they are in the street being a community the scumbags are breaking round the back into the empty houses!

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#338195 - 24th Jul 2009 7:28pm Re: The Big Lunch event-Seacombe [Re: ]
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last time they had something like this was the queens coronation i think.

Peeps are a lot busier with work commitments and what not these days.
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#338198 - 24th Jul 2009 7:38pm Re: The Big Lunch event-Seacombe [Re: _Ste_]
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In 'theory' i think its a nice idea
Forum housing did one last week, market st, birkenhead. I know someone who went and enjoyed it.
'ours' not as well advertised- ive saw ONE poster in a shop window.
To me, community is important and now that the kwiky is gone and i no longer do the school run, there is nowhere round here to 'bump into' people.
Chances are it will be full of kids, filling their faces and creating a nuisance but hey! Am an optimist
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#338205 - 24th Jul 2009 8:38pm Re: The Big Lunch event-Seacombe [Re: RUDEBOX]
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I don't know if it's a Merseyside thing or a national campaign. They did one over at Toxteth last week end.

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#338207 - 24th Jul 2009 8:49pm Re: The Big Lunch event-Seacombe [Re: Softy_Southerner]
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I can not make it gutted got tunnel to be visited smile

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#338209 - 24th Jul 2009 8:53pm Re: The Big Lunch event-Seacombe [Re: Pete_Robbo]
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Hmmm.
Tunnels or food? Hard decision. I get ya. Lol
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#338390 - 25th Jul 2009 3:13pm Re: The Big Lunch event-Seacombe [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Well, i went. The one in birkenhead you got burgers and chicken, salad etc- this was a poor mans version- paste buttys and out-of-date crisps. The organisers were at the wine that they had stashed in the back.
They were trying soo hard to create a buzz but it wasnt happening.
About 5 adults and 7-8 kids. Had a lovely bit of carrot cake and discreetly left after an hour or so.
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#338392 - 25th Jul 2009 3:27pm Re: The Big Lunch event-Seacombe [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Rrrr, sad, at least you went, communitys aren`t like they used to be anymore, people don`t seem to be close like they were years ago.
Societys changing and won`t be the same again.

The organisers must of been dissapointed to say the least frown
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#338400 - 25th Jul 2009 3:51pm Re: The Big Lunch event-Seacombe [Re: _Ste_]
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Apparantly the Big Lunch is a new yearly initiative nationwide, started by the Eden Project. Other parts of the country have had great success.
The organisers admitted they didnt advertise very well but will do next year.
I had a daydream sitting there in a church hall with union jack bunting+ kids tea party food- i could sense what the homecoming parties after the war would have been like. Aw it was nice.
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#338408 - 25th Jul 2009 3:58pm Re: The Big Lunch event-Seacombe [Re: RUDEBOX]
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It would be great if it does take off and communitys get together like they used too.
Fingers crossed smile
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#338423 - 25th Jul 2009 5:45pm Re: The Big Lunch event-Seacombe [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
Well, i went. The one in birkenhead you got burgers and chicken, salad etc- this was a poor mans version- paste buttys and out-of-date crisps. The organisers were at the wine that they had stashed in the back.
They were trying soo hard to create a buzz but it wasnt happening.
About 5 adults and 7-8 kids. Had a lovely bit of carrot cake and discreetly left after an hour or so.


Did you bring back a doggy bag for everyone at Wiki?

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#338428 - 25th Jul 2009 6:07pm Re: The Big Lunch event-Seacombe [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: PaulWirral
Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
Well, i went. The one in birkenhead you got burgers and chicken, salad etc- this was a poor mans version- paste buttys and out-of-date crisps. The organisers were at the wine that they had stashed in the back.
They were trying soo hard to create a buzz but it wasnt happening.
About 5 adults and 7-8 kids. Had a lovely bit of carrot cake and discreetly left after an hour or so.


Did you bring back a doggy bag for everyone at Wiki?
sadly not. Sowwy. Lol. Just a bag of wheat crunchies for mr rude- he was expecting a chicken drumstick!!
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