October 29, 2005

The Clocks Are Changing!

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Don't forget!

Tonight we get an extra 1 hours sleep!

Don't forget!

(On another note, Natwest cash machines will be closed from 1am till 6am cos of the change. That's 7 hours! [i'm assuming 1am old time till 6am new time])


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  1. Dave Hughes

    Firstly nice anti-spam question! Ummm second I'am rather jealous of your brass soc and music socs, your social calendar is vastly superior to ours in the brass dept at the conservatoire! I think there needs to be a joint concert of brass bands organised where we go out, get very drunk play some brass and eat curry!!! Show us how it's done!!

    29 Oct 2005, 22:36

  2. Ch-ch-ch-changes, turn and face the pain… HC=CH-anges

    29 Oct 2005, 23:22

  3. 1) Dave!

    You found it! Well done!

    Uni of Warwick Brasssoc is the social way forward!

    But I think in a joint concert, you music students might just play a HELL of a lot better then a bunch of part-timers who do it for laughs!

    2) Geoff,

    Nice try, but it's a shame you couldn't get the triple bond!

    30 Oct 2005, 01:17

  4. Dave, if you are interested in a joint concert with our brass band just drop us an email at brassexec @ warwick.ac.uk and we will look into it. Although I admit you are likely to show us up on the playing side, we will be able to compete more than adequately on the eating/drinking performance.

    Bruce
    Concert Manager for Brass Soc

    30 Oct 2005, 13:09


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