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Re: Children in need tube challenge the film

Post by RJSRdg » 22 Nov 2016, 21:51

For the benefit of those who couldn't make it, what was the High Barnet issue?
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Re: Children in need tube challenge the film

Post by Das » 22 Nov 2016, 22:25

Fantastic words Josh,was a pleasure running around London with you as well,you are 100% right,it was a super day,the High Barnet issue wasnt too serious,just me too slow running up a hill for the bus,there was no way I wasnt going to continue,never a good connection for me between Barnet and Cockfosters might do it the other way around next time.

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Re: Children in need tube challenge the film

Post by Tube Geek » 23 Nov 2016, 07:15

J.Nichols-Ageros wrote:
A side note to Tube Geek, don't get involved with situations that don't involve you, you haven't met any of us before, you weren't there, so don't interfere - it won't do you any good in the future
So now I'm getting TOLD OFF for congratulating someone? Un-be-leviable
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Re: Children in need tube challenge the film

Post by Going Underground » 23 Nov 2016, 07:30

Thanks you Josh for those nice words and for making the effort to come out and support during the day together with all the other forum members that took time out of their day to come along :D
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Re: Children in need tube challenge the film

Post by J.Nichols-Ageros » 23 Nov 2016, 12:24

Well, Andi has unfortunately left the Forum, but what he has left behind is a huge impact and contribution on the Tube challenge world, and for that I say HUGE thanks! Good luck for the future my friend :-)

Das, your idea of another FNC when the Overground is working again sounds perfect, I'd really like to join you on that one. :-)

Tube Geek, I'm just putting it out there to you, putting out comments or joining sides in the way you did is unacceptable and is highly likely to cause issues. Come on now, life is far too short to start massive rowdy arguments or build up one. You are new to tube challenging and haven't even attempted one yet, let alone organised one, and believe me, it is hard work hence why I don't have my team anymore and that was only a few Zone 1 challenges, what happened last week to Years worth of hard work. One day you will realize.

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Re: Children in need tube challenge the film

Post by Das » 23 Nov 2016, 19:22

your on Josh,we will definitely arrange that next year,ill have to improve my fitness though to keep up with you and anyone else that joins us,Andy is a phenomal Tube Challenger,his run from Rickmansworth to Croxley was the stuff of Seb Coe in the 80s,There is so much I have learnt from him.

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Re: Children in need tube challenge the film

Post by Tube Geek » 23 Nov 2016, 20:42

I might join if in August....
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Re: Children in need tube challenge the film

Post by RJSRdg » 23 Nov 2016, 22:42

Das wrote:your on Josh,we will definitely arrange that next year,ill have to improve my fitness though to keep up with you and anyone else that joins us,Andy is a phenomal Tube Challenger,his run from Rickmansworth to Croxley was the stuff of Seb Coe in the 80s,There is so much I have learnt from him.
Calendar and fitness permitting I might be up for it too.
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Re: Children in need tube challenge the film

Post by DavidC » 23 Nov 2017, 20:10

Great teaser - thanks !
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Re: Children in need tube challenge the film

Post by dstock17 » 31 Aug 2018, 21:03

The premiere of this film is at Southampton Harbour lights theatre in 2 weeks time September 15th 18.30pm 6 quid a ticket. Feel free to promote the film or come along and watch a fantastic film an independant critic called it independant film of year

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Re: Children in need tube challenge the film

Post by A2 » 02 Sep 2018, 00:18

If it starts at 18:30, what time does it finish?
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Re: Children in need tube challenge the film

Post by dstock17 » 02 Sep 2018, 14:55

A2 wrote:
02 Sep 2018, 00:18
If it starts at 18:30, what time does it finish?
How do I know I haven't seen the film myself I have been told 93 minutes though.

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Re: Children in need tube challenge the film

Post by michael_churchill » 05 Sep 2018, 08:13

dstock17 wrote:
31 Aug 2018, 21:03
The premiere of this film is at Southampton Harbour lights theatre in 2 weeks time September 15th 18.30pm 6 quid a ticket. Feel free to promote the film or come along and watch a fantastic film an independant critic called it independant film of year
I might actually do this. Will I be able to pre-book tickets or is it just turn up on the day? It's not listed on the Harbour Lights' website (yet).

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