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Paul Bavill
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LRP Fair thanks

Post by Paul Bavill »

Can I say a big thank you to all the traders from the forum that came along to the LRP fair over the weekend.

I hope you had a really great time and that we will see you again in the future.

It was a pleasure having you all there and I received many good comments from roleplayers about being able to find traders and goods that are usually outside the Live Roleplay scene.

Thanks a lot.
Paul Bavill
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Post by sally »

It was a fun event, always nice to revisit a 'scene'from our youth! (the weapons are way better now than the gaffa tape ones we used to have twenty years ago though) :lol:

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Post by Fox »

Thanks Paul.

I had a ball as ever.

I have come to the conclusion that something in the construction of the LARP weapons gives off fumes that unhinge you slightly, but lovely people nevertheless.

It's probably related to whatever armour polish gives off, right?

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Post by Steve Stocker »

Thanks Paul, we had a fine weekend. Nice venue!
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Post by House of De Clifford »

Hey Paul,

it was brilliant, thanks for all your hard work, we had a fab time again, looking forward to the next one

love ya
Miranda x
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Post by mogey »

Thanks Paul,

Daughter and friends came back with armfuls of gear, and grins from ear to ear. (Think their wallets were considerably lighter though :wink: )

(and they brought back a bottle of mead for me too :D )

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