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Source: (consider it) Thread: Gambit Memorial Shipmeet, January 21
Spike

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At the London meet last night, a few of us were of the opinion that we should set aside an evening specifically to celebrate Gambit's life. This would have to be in the new year and, obviously, the venue would have to pass the "Gambit test". The priorities are

  • Somewhere in Central London with good transport links so that non-London shippies can attend
  • Somewhere that serves Real Ale (Preferably Fullers ESB)
  • Somewhere where smoking is permitted



The Sanctuary in Tothill Street fits the bill perfectly.

I know that there's already a meet planned for 21st Jan. Do we want to combine that one with a memorial, or would people like to set aside a separate evening for a night of drinking and debauchery?

[ 11. May 2011, 16:34: Message edited by: Spike ]

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Jen.

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I would love to try and make this meet, even though it will mean going to London for the first time in 13 years.

And as far as I know, the 21st would be fine for me.

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Sounds good to me - I've put it in the diary!

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It's in the diary.

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sophs

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21st would be fantastic for me, as I will have just finished my exams. I'll be there.
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What about having one after the funeral when we get the date?

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Moth

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I don't have any objections to the date, nor yet to the Sanctuary - a fine pub, so ShadoK says, and he should know as he keeps ending up in there after work! However, I kind of wanted to go to the place Gambit found for the Cusanus meet. It was the last post of Gambit's that I read before I heard the sad news.

Still, I'll abide by the wishes of the majority.

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Wairua

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I had already got the 21st meet in the diary and would like to make the memorial meet so it works well to combine them on the 21st. I agree with Moth that as Gambit had already suggested a place to meet with Cusanus that is another option.
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Emma Louise

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(id quite like to go to the funeral - and would appreciate meeting up with shipmeets for a pint after that daisymay if thats what you were thinking?)

I start a new teaching job in jan and so cant make that date - but *do* go for it!

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Cusanus

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21st is already in my diary (of course. I'm happy ot leave the location ot the locals.

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Marvin the Martian

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I'm game. Not too fussed about the location, as long as it's going to have room for us all!

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Dave the Bass
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Like Emma and Daisymay, I would like to attend the funeral and any meet that happens afterwards. But I might also be able to make 21st Jan - I'll have to consult the fire-breathing one!
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Kelly Alves

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From eyeliner:

quote:
I would like to make a collection of photographs of James, as I don't have many. If anyone has any-taken at Shipmeets or anything-I'd love it if you could post them, not just for me but so they're here if anyone else would like to see them.
[Note: it was suggested that this request be posted here as people might be sharing print photos at the meet as well. Feel free to PM eyeliner if you want to help.]

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I threw out a lot of photos recently because of moving, but I'll have a look at the ones I kept.

Might be worth looking at 'shipmeet photos' threads.

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Spike

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quote:
Originally posted by Gill H:
Might be worth looking at 'shipmeet photos' threads.

Excactly what I was about to say. I'm sure there's one there somewhere of him doing his famous "fist in mouth" trick, which not only makes a good pic, but is also a pretty impressive thing to be able to do.

It's things like the fist in the mouth and the trademark cowboy boots that we want to remember on the memorial meet. It seems that the general consensus is that it should be on the 21st. The Queens Arms would be OK, but, as The Man Himself said, it's a bit off the beaten track. As this is a meet that may well attract a fair number of non-Londoners, I still reckon The Sanctuary is as good a place as any. (They do accommodation there too for people too pissed to get home)

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quote:
Originally posted by Spike:
his famous "fist in mouth" trick, which not only makes a good pic, but is also a pretty impressive thing to be able to do.

I can do that too, you know. It's just that I tend not to, what with it all being unladylike and stuff. I remember I told him once, and he was so disbeleving that he said that if I could prove it, he'd buy me a whole bottle of Bombay Sapphire, and some tonic, and a lemon to put in it.

He did as well. He was so shocked that I hadn't been bluffing that he had to...

quote:
Originally posted by Spike:
people too pissed to get home

Which, by the way, is exactly the kind of thing he'd have wanted at his meet...

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[ 10. December 2005, 17:34: Message edited by: Kelly Alves ]

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The Black Labrador
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21st is fine for me. Looking forward to raising a glass in Gambit's memory.
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Persephone Hazard

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Page two is such a depressing place to be.

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The trouble with the Sanctuary is its not a very nice pub. There's nothing specifically or obviously wrong with it its just too modern and clean and the staff wear uniform and there is no atmosphere and they close on time. Its a bit artificial.

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I'll try and see everyone there.

Tubbs

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Joan Henrietta Newperson
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I should be there.

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Jen.

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Ok. anyone suggest a hotel/b and b or something not too far away and not too expensive?

J// not been to london for 13 years

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Wairua

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quote:
Originally posted by Joan Henrietta Newperson:
I should be there.

It will be good to meet you - when I first met Gambit you were one of two people he said I should definitely try to meet.
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Hopefully I will be able to make this too...

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Kelly Alves

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Hosting

I just deleted a post in which somebody speculated on the Real Life identity of another shipmate.

Don't do that.

If people want to reveal themselves, that's their call. If you really have a question about somebody's identity, handle it via PM with the individual in question only.


Kel

[ 15. December 2005, 21:41: Message edited by: Kelly Alves ]

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I will be there.

I am making plans for a weekend away in London(Harrods, Fortnum & mason etc) for a weekend break. (I know I live in London(ish)

If anyone wants to join me on either Friday or saturday, please PM me.

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Nanny Ogg

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We can't have this on page 2 [Eek!]

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Cusanus

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Certainly not! Now... has any decision been made as to location? Are ken's objections to the Sanctuary supported by others?

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Persephone Hazard

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Am bumping, so that this can be seen.

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Spike

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When I spoke to Ken last week, he admitted that he was just being a grumpy old sod when he made that post and that he's happy to meet at The Santuary.

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Jengie jon

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quote:
Originally posted by Jenny Ann:
Ok. anyone suggest a hotel/b and b or something not too far away and not too expensive?

J// not been to london for 13 years

I've had recommendations for the YHA in London. Not sure if it is any good for this meet. You can even get private rooms.

Jengie

[ 26. December 2005, 11:05: Message edited by: Jengie Jon ]

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Emma Louise

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i missed the funeral in the end, so will try to be here,

Is it a meal or drinks? what sort of time do london meets start/happen/evolve?

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Spike

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The Sanctuary is a pub and does pretty good food.

Difficult to say what time London meets start. Gambit would invariably be the first to arrive sometime in the early evening and we stat til we're chucked out.

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J Whitgift

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Found lingering on second page (not a good place to be)...bumping up to top of the pile...[here we go...]

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quote:
Originally posted by Spike:
Difficult to say what time London meets start. Gambit would invariably be the first to arrive sometime in the early evening and we stat til we're chucked out.

James and I made a point of arriving at seven thirty, which was the official start time. It's just that everyone else was always late [Razz]

[ 30. December 2005, 16:39: Message edited by: eyeliner ]

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Persephone Hazard

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This keeps slipping onto page 2...

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J Whitgift

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quote:
Originally posted by eyeliner:
This keeps slipping onto page 2...

Bump back up to th'-top-o'-the-pile.

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I'm going to make the effort to get to this. So sad at this loss.

Kicking myself that I didn't know before the funeral.

A damn fine example of a human being! Still can't quite believe he's gone. Such a loss.

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Spike

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quote:
Originally posted by eyeliner:
James and I made a point of arriving at seven thirty, which was the official start time. It's just that everyone else was always late [Razz]

He must have been getting more "responsible" when he met you then! Before that, I think somewhere mid-afternoon was hisusual arrival time [Big Grin]
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We can't have this about to go back on to page 2.

I wonder if a passing host might put the date in the thread title? (Not wanting to tell them what I had to re-read the thread to see when it was).

I met Gambit once at a Croydon meet. I seem to remember this was the one he fell asleep on the train or something and didn't make it home until the following morning!

[ETA Choccie still can't spell]

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Spike

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quote:
Originally posted by Chocoholic:
I met Gambit once at a Croydon meet. I seem to remember this was the one he fell asleep on the train or something and didn't make it home until the following morning!


I think that happened more than once! I certainly remember one Croydon meet when he managed to get stuck between the train and the platform on the way home.

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****bump****

So it's Saturday 21st @ The Sanctuary!

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Can someone remind me where The Sanctuary is again?

Auntie Doris x

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J Whitgift

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quote:
Originally posted by Auntie Doris:
Can someone remind me where The Sanctuary is again?

Auntie Doris x

Auntie D, The Sanctuary is on Tothill St (nearest Tube - St Jamess's Park [URL=http://www.multimap.com/map/browse.cgi?lat=51.4996&lon=-0.1318&scale=10000&icon=x ]map here[/URL]). In order to get there from St James's Tube Station (Circle and District Lines):

1. Come out of the Main Entrance at St James's.
2. Cross the Broadway (you should see New Scotland Yard on your right).
3. Walk down Tothill St (towards Westminster Abbey) - you will pass a Pret a'Mange and an Eat.
4. Once you reach Eat, the Sanctuary pub should be just in front of you.

Total duration of journey (shorter than it'd take to pour a pint of Guinness [Biased] ).

Victoria Station (mainline and Tube) and Westminster Tube (Circle, District and Jubilee Lines) are also within 10 minutes walking distance.

LM

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J Whitgift

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Ooops, map here. The pub is on the corner of Tothill St and Farr St NOT where the red circle is!

[ 09. January 2006, 13:11: Message edited by: Lux Mundi ]

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Cusanus

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Looking forward to it... see everyone there. What time?

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Maybe a kind host or admin could put the date in the title?

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Ken

L’amor che move il sole e l’altre stelle.

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Grits
Compassionate fundamentalist
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I am the kind host, so I've obliged. [Smile]

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Lord, fill my mouth with worthwhile stuff, and shut it when I've said enough. Amen.

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Persephone Hazard

Ship's Wench
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Why thank you, kind host.

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A picture is worth a thousand words, but it's a lot easier to make up a thousand words than one decent picture. - ken.

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