Canada Water UG - Barnardos - 19/5/09 - added

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Canada Water UG - Barnardos - 19/5/09 - added

Postby adamsapple » Thu May 21, 2009 6:34 pm

Name: adamsapple
Date: 19/5/09
Charity: Barnardos
Location: Canada Water Underground Station
Rag: Bonds
Total: £773.11
Added: yes!

I did 7:00 - 9:30 and 16:45 - 21:00, fitted around work, making this by far the best total I've ever managed from a part day collection. If I'd been there all day I would have been a shoe-in for another Wallace (albeit a 14 hour one), so my verdict on Canada Water is: pretty damned good.

Incidentally, this now brings to £50k my total collected as a Ragabond or Panda Raggie.

And enough of blowing my own trumpet. :oops:
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Re: Canada Water UG - Barnardos - 19/5/09 - added

Postby Tigger » Thu May 21, 2009 11:02 pm

Blow away, mate, that's quite an achievement.
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Re: Canada Water UG - Barnardos - 19/5/09 - added

Postby Big Dave » Fri May 22, 2009 9:19 am

adamsapple wrote:And enough of blowing my own trumpet. :oops:


Rib operation a success then?

Well done on your collecting successes as well!
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Re: Canada Water UG - Barnardos - 19/5/09 - added

Postby pandamonium » Fri May 22, 2009 10:44 am

Big Dave wrote:
adamsapple wrote:And enough of blowing my own trumpet. :oops:


Rib operation a success then?[quote]

Curse you! :evil:



I wanted to say that! :cry:
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