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What region is Aylesbury in
« on: April 01, 2009, 13:47:03 PM »
Checking out the regional board, but cannot decide which region Aylesbury falls into,sort of south midlands on the map ??? and not many pins near me either, a couple in Wycombe/Oxford area. Feel a bit lonely here :'(  ;D
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Re: What region is Aylesbury in ???????????????
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2009, 13:54:05 PM »
Bucks should have it's own special section imo 8) :D. I spose I would say Aylesbury would be classed as South East for the sections available :)

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Re: What region is Aylesbury in ???????????????
« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2009, 14:25:13 PM »
At a guess, next to Blackpool (I don't get out much as you may have sussed out).
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Re: What region is Aylesbury in
« Reply #3 on: April 02, 2009, 20:19:53 PM »
At a guess, next to Blackpool (I don't get out much as you may have sussed out).
Is aberdeenshire the one next to cornwall??  :D ;D
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Re: What region is Aylesbury in
« Reply #4 on: April 02, 2009, 21:05:37 PM »
Checking out the regional board, but cannot decide which region Aylesbury falls into,sort of south midlands on the map ??? and not many pins near me either, a couple in Wycombe/Oxford area. Feel a bit lonely here :'(  ;D

Technically you're in the Home Counties, so probably the South East.  However, you are in the fortunate position of being between several different regions, so you can take your pick of a number of different regional meetings:
  • Colchester in East Anglia - drop down onto the M25 and round to the A12
  • Northampton in the East Midlands - join the M1 at Milton Keynes
  • Birmingham in the West Midlands - up the M40
  • Bristol in the South West - drop down onto the M25 and round to the M4
  • South East - depends on where meets are held, but ironically likely to be the most difficult to get to, because you'd probably have to get round London to get to them.
  • Oxford - someone did organise a meet in Oxford a few years ago

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Re: What region is Aylesbury in
« Reply #5 on: April 03, 2009, 13:46:06 PM »
Technically you're in the Home Counties, so probably the South East.  However, you are in the fortunate position of being between several different regions, so you can take your pick of a number of different regional meetings:
  • Colchester in East Anglia - drop down onto the M25 and round to the A12
  • Northampton in the East Midlands - join the M1 at Milton Keynes
  • Birmingham in the West Midlands - up the M40
  • Bristol in the South West - drop down onto the M25 and round to the M4
  • South East - depends on where meets are held, but ironically likely to be the most difficult to get to, because you'd probably have to get round London to get to them.
  • Oxford - someone did organise a meet in Oxford a few years ago

as you say, I am maybe fortunate being stuck in the middle of blighty as it does offer a lot of options. Mind you if there is more than 1/2 dozen dishes on a menu I can be all night choosing what to have  :-\  ;D I will just have to keep an eye on the board to see whats going on.

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