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 Post subject: Re: Project 'Royal'
 Post Posted: August 26th, 2011, 7:56 pm 
 
well done guys, its nice to get noticed

off topic though what were ur thoughts on the transporter? i have one now as my workshop and im not sold on it, im sure the front subframes loose but VW say its fine! anyways as said well done guys, its not easy going it alone in business, im finding it hard and i have full franchise backing


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 Post subject: Re: Project 'Royal'
 Post Posted: June 22nd, 2012, 7:05 pm 
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Well it's come round again and the 2012 Royal Norfolk show is only 4 days away!

Michelle is in full on bakery mode at present with 4,500+ cakes to produce.

This year instead of using the red gazeboo 'shell has been working on designing a purpose built stand for the event, which. Has been in the drawing phase for the past couple of months but was finally completed last weekend.


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I've booked Tuesday through to Friday off as need to set the display up on Tuesday and generally get in the way on Wednesday and Thursday, I'll post a few pictures as things progress.....


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 Post subject: Re: Project 'Royal'
 Post Posted: June 22nd, 2012, 9:17 pm 
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Mmm that would fit nicely in our gazzebo (fully loaded of course) :lol: :lol: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Project 'Royal'
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yes,can see it now ,set up halfway down the fire up road,just as most need the energy :) ,best of luck with the show..........and when youve finished with it vic says that it will make a nice display cabinet for his RT trophys :)


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 Post subject: Re: Project 'Royal'
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The kiosk looks spot on. I shall judge it first hand on Thursday as I am coming to the show for the day. Any other of our throng want to join up and have a 'cake off' . See you there.

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 Post subject: Re: Project 'Royal'
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wakesupremo wrote:
The kiosk looks spot on. I shall judge it first hand on Thursday as I am coming to the show for the day. Any other of our throng want to join up and have a 'cake off' . See you there.


Yep, I'll be there Thursday with the boys.


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 Post subject: Re: Project 'Royal'
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wakesupremo wrote:
The kiosk looks spot on. I shall judge it first hand on Thursday as I am coming to the show for the day. Any other of our throng want to join up and have a 'cake off' . See you there.


WOT no Gary


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 Post subject: Re: Project 'Royal'
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I was there mate. I came and sampled a cookie but neither you nor your good lady were any where to be seen. I didn't stay in the food hall too long as I had my elderly parents with me and they were struggling with the heat in there, it was bloody warm. I hope you had a good few days though and it was worth all the effort.

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 Post subject: Re: Project 'Royal'
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wakesupremo wrote:
I was there mate. I came and sampled a cookie but neither you nor your good lady were any where to be seen. I didn't stay in the food hall too long as I had my elderly parents with me and they were struggling with the heat in there, it was bloody warm. I hope you had a good few days though and it was worth all the effort.


Must have just missed you chap when we took the boys for a walk around..


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