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89 Saving Days

Discussion in 'Vintage collectable airguns' started by Binners, Sep 13, 2021.

  1. Binners

    Binners http://kemptonclassicarmsfair.co.uk/

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    Sunday 12th December, we are back indoors and possibly on 2 floors. Better than that, there may be a book signing table for the long-awaited. best ever BSA collectors book.
    [​IMG]
     
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    pjbingham Prime Kentish Beef

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    Great News! Count me in Pete :thumb:
     
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    JDE64 Engaging Member

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    Sounds like a great day out, I don't suppose dogs are allowed or is it OK if they stay in the car in the car park? Might drive up from Plymouth.
     
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    Binners http://kemptonclassicarmsfair.co.uk/

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    Binners http://kemptonclassicarmsfair.co.uk/

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    Hi Jim
    Dogs are allowed at our outdoor fairs and some people bring dogs when we have an indoor fair. although they are not allowed in the building, they can come into the grounds. Not sure the long drive from Plymouth is ideal for a dog unless it has a good run before the return trip, but that is your shout.
    I would like to add that all of my staff are dog owners and if the timing is right, would hold your dog while you peruse.
     
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    Where?........

    What book?
     
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    I was thinking of driving up the day before and staying over and making a weekend out of it so she would have a good walk before we sauntered over to the event.
     
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    Binners http://kemptonclassicarmsfair.co.uk/

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    Ah I see Jim
     
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    Great news. Will be attending that one for sure. Better start putting some money aside.Can't wait
     

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