1. I love you all very much, and believe that we should keep the G-Girl flame alive by having a pyjama party. I propose someone's house the week after next on a saturday night?
My house is available, but its probably not the best considering the number of siblings/parents/significant others who will be there. Plus theres only one tv and so on. so suggestions?
2. Anybody who does want to go on a Graveney Girl camping trip in Easter jump on the bandwagon now, so we can get an idea of dates, budgets etc. We don't know where we want to go yet so suggestions. I think people would prefer to be in a field rather than a camping place, but if we're stuck then camping place suggestions are also good.
3. If people still are planning to go to Reading this summer. if they cost £195, and working it into a budget, that will probably be a total of £350, including food for the weekend and travel there (unless of course we can drive by then). but the £195 is the stuff we need to be producing soon.
I would love to go but i might not be able to pay for it.
Happy Valentine's Day
Let us take a moment, to think of those less fortunate...
Monday is secret santa. It will be held at break (people go to Gin-Sing Lunch at lunch so i think it should be break)
For the ease of buying presents for people who might not have known eachother for that long (or even just difficult people who have) i suggest we each tonight write our names on a peice of (white lined) paper and with it three adjectives describing a present that you would want.
for example, i might put:
and the person who gets me would think "thank god for those words, now i know that she wants a red stripy woollen scarf!" or even three small presents that include one of those things.
Ok so anyway
i'm up for ideas on money.
what kind of value would you like to place on your friends?
6 pounds each for groups of four (including skate hire) but one must be an adult - it doesnt say what age classes as an adult though.
Yay or ...nay?
we can be all wintery!
Well done to the Graveney Girls.
Before we came back to school we were all contemplating the split of the group...5/6 weeks in and we're still as strong.
Loving school at the moment apart from general tiredness and althou we dont see each other as much as we used to, we still all go out toghether on the weekends and do GGirl things and yeah...
bit of a gay postbut i dont care
hello graveney girls, we're all officially back in the country on ENGLAND...[jessie your still away but your in england still]
HALINKA: only one thing to say really ONLY WE'VE GOT SIX CHAFFING FEET
ANNA: remember, pros cons, happy-unhappy, da dum.
ROSANNA: The welsh is back in town. BIKE RIDING SOON?
MORWENNA: heard about your grades you naughty beasty! havent seen you in t-i-m-e soon dude.
GLORIA: you scillie [stole that one off of charlotte] hope you enjoyed your travels!
CHARLOTTE: ping go laa soon you beast!
CASSIA: welcome back after a month, was really great to see yar last night!
LUCY: last night was great, thanks for helping me out with the fosters lol
GEMMA: well done on becoming a B. thanks for accompanying me to the toilet.
EMMA: it was wondeful living with you, i left a top, my hairstraighteners and £2 [in your blazer poke it] all at your house! thakns for having us frenchie! "are you hungry"
JESSIE: your still away but yes i did that thing you wanted me to....expect a fonecall!
LAILA: woooooop, i got so excited to see your name on my screen when u called me yesterday, was great for seeing you
WELCOME BACK <3
meet at Clapham Junction at 10.00 to get the train.Please try not to be late.
Invite whoever anyone wants, but make sure theyre on time :P
Return Child tickets cost £2.65
THERE ARE SPECIAL DEALS ALL OVER THE PLACE SO GET ONE!!
Love you ladies
If we get 10 or more people to go we can get in for £21 each but Im trying to find out if we can get any special promotion tickety things. Or we could go as secondary school students, but I think we'd need some teachers for that...theres always around that?Anyone know of any special offers?
Getting there -
Regular South West trains run from Waterloo direct to Staines. The 950 shuttle link operates from Staines station to the Park running every half hour. Trains also run regularly from Reading and Guildford to Staines Station.
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