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Your choices are thus:
salts mill is awesome.
plus I think it's a city.
I'm gonna say Saltaire, cos it's like the scottish flag.
Liverpool and Cardiff have lots of fun things to do. Saltaire's lovely for an afternoon, and Gateshead is within walking distance of Newcastle.
The rest are shit.
a Chumblywumbly tour?
Go where the fuck you want
Give me an answer. NOW.
Herbert, Sherbert, Maggot and Rusty. i don't know where to start.
Maggot is a keen fisherman and loves catching fish for tea. He loves surfing. It's his favourite sport. He likes it so much he even enjoys surfing the Web!
now there's an image
that squadies will upset you.
Unless someone has a really, really good reason why I should go there. Which seems unlikely.
It's a bit like a school assembly room to be honest.
I've played there once and it was okay.
I'd probably choose Gloucester. I've never been to Gloucester though so can't really back that up.
They have the Singing Ringing Tree which is on a hill over looking the town and is a cool thing to see:
But even though it's up a big frickin hill the day I went there was zero wind.
after that evil TV programme.
when I googled Singing Ringing Tree
but what I have seen looked terrifying - as an adult.
It's clearly Gateshead. It has a place called Windy Nook, where I happen to live. It's like Beatrix Potter meets the Carry On films...
on top of that, a lovely big glass thing called the Sage.
Please don't imagine Gateshead as some sort of stacked up place. It's many things, but vertical it aint.
It's amazing. Almost makes me miss the shop Geordie Jeans.
and it never, ever fails to raise a smile
if so. Book now, superb venue, converted church, lovely sound and in a nice location in Cardiff bay. If your unlucky, you may bump into John Barrowman, just don't ask to see his portal.
Good places to drink too.