96Re: [croydoncrows] Re: Croydon Crows Medieval Pagan Camp - last chance for tickets!
- Aug 10, 2007Oooh, serving wenches? sounds great..but alas, I can't make it.. Oldest uncle's birthday in Kent.. big family event that weekend.. sorry..hugs-manips. save a serving wench for me.. I'll collect later :-ppps. I am sending in my representative- The fanouse Reggie `Loose cannon' Kwan'.. :-)
bluemoonwytch <bekie.bird@...> wrote:Hello campers! Hi-de-hi! :-)
The good news is that we are in for a heatwave starting in the
middle of August - HOORAY! - but don't forget that it is the last
few days to let me know if you will be coming to this camp. Glenn is
busy making a large table for the banquet which will ceremoniously
be burned on the fire afterwards, but I'd like to make him sweat a
bit more and insist he makes a HUGE one instead. Our serving wenches
and court jester are at the ready too!
We will have loads of fun.
See you all soon
- --- In croydoncrows@ yahoogroups. com, "bluemoonwytch"
<bekie.bird@ ...> wrote:
> We will be holding our first Pagan Camp in Park Farm Campsite in
> near the beautiful castle on the weekend of Friday 17th Sunday
> 19th August 2007. There will be a medieval banquet on the Saturday
> where you will have the chance to dress in your medieval finery and
> dance around the camp fire and this is included in the price! The
> banquet will include a main course (please let me know if you're a
> veggie), dessert and a glass of wine. Please feel free to bring
> wine with you if a glass won't do! We will have a camp fire on the
> Friday night as well, when we hope to do an `Earth Healing
> Ritual' so don't forget to bring your drums and suchlike along
> to make merry.
> There is also a medieval theme at the castle that weekend when on
> Friday you can try your hand at archery and on both the Saturday
> Sunday you can 'Meet the Miller and help the cook' at the Medieval
> Costumed Interpretation Weekend. Take a look at
> http://www.national trust.org. uk/main/w- vh/w-visits/ w-events/ w-
> d_event.htm? propertyID= 106
> <http://www.national trust.org. uk/main/w- vh/w-visits/ w-events/ w-
> nd_event.htm? propertyID= 106> for more details. There is a very
> near the castle which serves great food if you don't fancy cooking
> for yourself on the Friday or Sunday, and there are a couple of
> pubs near the campsite too.
> The campsite is large and child-friendly with a play area, and has
> showers and toilet facilities. It is also camper friendly and has a
> river along side it.
> Although we need to know numbers as soon as possible, the 50%
> not due until 10th August. Cheques or postal orders to be made
> to Mrs R A Bird and sent to: 1 Bourne Cottages, Whyteleafe Hill,
> Whyteleafe, Surrey, CR3 0AA. If you prefer to pay by credit card
> please call Glenn on 07885 114453.
> What you will need to bring:
> Yourself and any friends or family that would like a fab time!
> Something to sleep under (tent)
> Something to sleep in (sleeping bag)
> Something to sit on (chair)
> Food and cooker for other meals
> Usual camping stuff
> Medieval finery
> Date: Friday 17th Sunday 19th August 2007
> Place: Park Farm Campsite, Bodium
> Cost: £32 per adult, £18 per child including camping fees and
> Saturday's banquet.
> Deposit: 50% per person non-refundable due by 10th August AT THE
> Contact details: camping@...
> <mailto:camping@ ...> or Glenn on 07885 114453
www.pflondon.org - for info on Rituals & socials of the PF London.
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