Hampshire Country Fair!

#2
What are mouted games? Some kind of country thing?
 

ugly

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#3
Not sure, I suspect pony racing and tent pegging etc, I'll hopefully be too busy to find out!
 
#4
I might try to drag the wife and kids up there mate , I like the way the poster reads " Bank Holiday Sunday and Sunday" you would have thought someone would have noticed it ... :rofl:

Btw, what stall is it you have just so we can come and cadge a free cuppa ?
 

ugly

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#5
Not sure if I'll have the brew kit on the go but I'm working on persuading the wife. We will be in a Blue Marquee with Paws for Thought on the banner. It may turn out damp apparently, so nothing new, if it aint raining we aint trading!
 
#6
Lol, if it ain't raining it ain't Britain, hoping to get there Monday it's just a jaunt down the M27 .. :wink:
 

ugly

LE
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#8
We will be in the top right hand corner of the B arena, we have just returned to load the car for tomorrow, I couldnt set up the Gazebo/marquee as it was blowing like a ten man room on curry night. Hoping all goes well tomorrow. We should be easy to find splattered in mud drinking tea and looking like proper Brits on a bank holiday, dour!
Edited to add its the arena nearest the entrance I think!
 

ugly

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#10
I have sneaked some sort of brew kit on board, apparently the rain should clear by the afternoon. I dont care as all my pigs are fed and ready to fly!
 

ugly

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#12
Bright blue marquee, Paws for thought on the banner if its still upright, on the right at the rear of the first arena and before the food area.
 
#14
ugly said:
I have sneaked some sort of brew kit on board, apparently the rain should clear by the afternoon. I dont care as all my pigs are fed and ready to fly!
I thought they were dogs :D
 
#15
Ugly's stall was very busy when Mrs Tombs and myself got there in the afternoon, sadly we don't have a dog yet so didn't buy anything from him.
It looks like a great day out and is on tomorrow as well, I particularly enjoyed the terrier racing.
 

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#17
I used to be the Butler there. The CLA game fair put the county fair to shame but unfortunately I was to busy looking after the Multitude of VIP visitors invited to the house to fully enjoy it. :D
 

ugly

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#18
It went from doom and gloom last night, drizzle this am to a band of sunburnt bezzers.
Cheers henry, good to see you and Mrs Tombs around! See you at Putney curry perhaps?
I will do the wappenshaw as my Bisley swansong!
 

ugly

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#19
mediumwhiteamericano said:
See you there mate. I'll have the telegraph under my left arm and a red rose behind my right ear.
You LIE, well not completely, you had a brolly! Nice to see you and the family! We will be at Sussex next month, Parham park, a bigger fair by all accounts, I caught the carriage racing and the nutters on lawnmowers were well nutters!
 
#20
Nice to see you there mate; sorry for calling the wife and mother (in law?) ugly, I think I managed to talk my way out of that small but life threatening issue. Keep up the good work. The weather in the pm was fantastic although, sitting here on Sunday morning as the rain pounds off the window.....

Take care mate.
 

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