Discussion in 'Calender Events' started by DaveRobinson, Jan 22, 2013.
The 23rd Nefta classic onthe 4th and 5th of may 2013 not to be missed
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Dont Forget to put this in your calenders
Nice one, cheers Dave. Just booked a room for Sat night
Hi and any body wanting to lend a hand setting up the day before however little would be much appreciated, even just to tickle round with a broom. Not be long now before we start looking which part of the wood we'll be using, Andy as ever has a million and one mega shots in mind. Be a shame to miss what i believe the hardest air rifle shooting comp there is to win.
Hard???? Been talking to pepe n connor they reckon its easy
LOL rrr well for the rest of us then lol
Its oreet...just been counting duck badges n thought beens as id got tin open i may aswell by mine for this year.....bought 16 of em
is it at Emley again Dave?
It is indeed Dave sat 4th n sun 5th May at Emley
Looking forward to it, always do.
If one of you northern monkeys lift me at the airport on the Friday morning I can brush up for a while!
am sure we can sort somet out..We can give you a tour of the best turnip patches in yorkshire
Surely you mean potato patches dave ???
Aye if weve time hes got a lot o sweepin up to do
Solid bronze turnip hand craft be Remington Farquar Jnr , based on the winning turnip from Eckington harvest festival 1982 (same year Calp was World Champ)
Solid platinum parsnip craft by Alfonso Singonsmyth , based on 4th prize from Eckington harvest festival 1991 (same year Calp was probably 2nd in World Champ's)
Bag of sprouts
Road cone & gimp mask
3 weeks all expenses paid in a one star B&B in Skegvegas
Signed Barry Manilow album
Another bag of sprouts
Tin of pilchards & an arab strap
Dont worry neil the prizes will be sorted later and a list will be put up...Thats not the most important thing at the min...
The important thing is the date 4th and 5th of MAY
Dave and Mark, you're both wrong it's Rhubarb patches that Yorkshire is famous for... or more specifically the infamous "Rhubarb triangle".
Tool, you're mental! But funny with it.
Conor, i'll pick you up at the Airport buddy, you'll have to travel light though as the rollerskate doesn't have much boot space, oh yes... and leave the gun at home as that won't fit, i'll lend you a boinger.
Conor you best come the saturday before to give you a week of root and fruit pleasure and delight that the county of yorkshire has to offer
Is a rhubarb triangle like a Yorkshire vagazzel ?
We have a jam mine in Lincolnshire near a village called Wooton , or so my Grandad used to tell me
I think that's a "South yorkshire vagazzel" They're a bit weird over the border.