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    Enjoy your holiday Helen - sounds like good chaos!

    Love Ellie.
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    Hi Helen,

    I wondered why we didn’t see you at the meeting yesterday. I suspect you were busy packing. Enjoy your holiday and make sure the family spoil you.

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    Thanks Ellie and Barry.
    I will let you know how we get on.

    I was disappointed that I couldn't make the meeting. I think it might have been quite entertaining!

    I'm really enjoying watching Wimbledon this week, now where's my Pimms......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newbie17 View Post
    Thanks Ellie and Barry

    I'm really enjoying watching Wimbledon this week, now where's my Pimms......
    Just to make some of you jealous and to say it's worth biting the bullet. My day at Wimbledon was fabuuuulous! I applied for tickets in the wheelchair ballot, after a friend sent off my name without telling me. I was worried about getting there (I've already posted that the assistance for our train travel was exceptionally good) and was not sure what to expect when we got to SW19. EVerything was fine. Our seats, on centre court, were right at the back, under the side of the roof. We had a fantastic view and the wheelchair spaces were in a separate area (a bit like a box at the theatre) which was air conditioned!! A accessible loo was nearby and the security guys were on hand if help was needed. We took our own picnic which included strawberries and cream as well as Pimms. It took me a few days to recover but was definitely worth it.

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    Well do Miranda;

    What a fabulous achievement for you and a great day out.

    Love Terry

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    Sounds Ab Fab Miranda!
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    Yes, I did feel it was an achievement!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellie View Post
    Sounds Ab Fab Miranda!
    Yes it was a bit Ab Fab!

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    That sounds lovely Miranda! It's not knowing how things will go that's a worry. I think we are quite lucky in the UK for disabled access.

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