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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #15 on: Monday, November 7 2011 11:02PM GMT-1 »
Yarmouth Town, Jordan, Amsterdam, Broomfield Hill, London Town, et al:  (The 2012 Bellowhead Coach Excursion Schedule   (bagsy me the back seat))

The JonJon sat nav comes with a choice of eleven voices and has automatic updates of gig venues.

Update: Latest version has only ten voices as the Paul option has been disabled due to a malfunction. I'm told that it kept saying that there was no need to leave just yet as there was plenty of time!
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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #16 on: Monday, November 7 2011 11:43PM GMT-1 »
has automatic updates of gig venues.
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I *need* one of these - my navigation may be slightly iffy, but my ability to find gig venues is unparalledly awful!  ::)
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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #17 on: Tuesday, November 8 2011 12:19AM GMT-1 »
has automatic updates of gig venues.
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I *need* one of these - my navigation may be slightly iffy, but my ability to find gig venues is unparalledly awful!  ::)

We found the Time Gentlemen please venue with no problem (or maps or satnav) whatsoever. It was trying to get away from it that was the bother and that was with the satnav (although, admittedly, your satnav does hate me)
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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday, November 8 2011 07:54AM GMT-1 »

The JonJon sat nav comes with a choice of eleven voices and has automatic updates of gig venues.

Update: Latest version has only ten voices as the Paul option has been disabled due to a malfunction. I'm told that it kept saying that there was no need to leave just yet as there was plenty of time!

 :D

Already panicking about getting to the gig on Sunday - after last year's Mersey Tunnel fiasco!


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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #19 on: Tuesday, November 8 2011 08:46AM GMT-1 »
My advice would be to key in the street address rather than the postcode - that should ensure we don't end up under the Mersey again!

We're still waiting for a Bellowhead calendar aren't we?
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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #20 on: Tuesday, November 8 2011 10:47AM GMT-1 »

We're still waiting for a Bellowhead calendar aren't we?
Yes, that occurred to me, too.

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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #21 on: Tuesday, November 8 2011 10:48AM GMT-1 »

We're still waiting for a Bellowhead calendar aren't we?
Yes, that occurred to me, too.
That would be lovely...I always need a calander. And there's never a folkie one I can find. ;)
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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #22 on: Tuesday, November 8 2011 08:02PM GMT-1 »

We're still waiting for a Bellowhead calendar aren't we?
Yes, that occurred to me, too.
That would be lovely...I always need a calander. And there's never a folkie one I can find. ;)

Yes I know. I would not do one without permission from the band and I have not got it. Sorry.

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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #23 on: Tuesday, November 8 2011 09:19PM GMT-1 »
Yes a calendar would be fab. I have had my Songlines one on the wall all year at work, just so I can have the fun of the December picture - If Bellowhead had been earlier in the year I would have chucked the calendar away (well recycled it) and replaced it with some nice wildlife photos:)

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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #24 on: Tuesday, November 8 2011 09:53PM GMT-1 »
Well I'm sure there would be a few sales for a calendar!  After all there are 11 of them.  But I suppose it would be too late now for 2012 even if permission was granted

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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #25 on: Tuesday, November 8 2011 10:32PM GMT-1 »
Yarmouth Town, Jordan, Amsterdam, Broomfield Hill, London Town, et al:  (The 2012 Bellowhead Coach Excursion Schedule   (bagsy me the back seat))

The JonJon sat nav comes with a choice of eleven voices and has automatic updates of gig venues.

Update: Latest version has only ten voices as the Paul option has been disabled due to a malfunction. I'm told that it kept saying that there was no need to leave just yet as there was plenty of time!

And I'm guessing that the Benji option includes loads of amazing although completely irrelevant trivia?  ;D
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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #26 on: Tuesday, November 8 2011 10:51PM GMT-1 »
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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #27 on: Tuesday, November 8 2011 10:58PM GMT-1 »
Oh - and the Bellowhead Limerick Book, of course!

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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #28 on: Tuesday, November 8 2011 11:21PM GMT-1 »
Great days out with Spiers and Boden

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Re: BELLOWHEAD CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
« Reply #29 on: Wednesday, November 9 2011 12:45AM GMT-1 »
Vivienne, KarenD - you're on a roll. :laugh:
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