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Hel and Sam,
We used to live in Gee Cross.
Once you have settled give us a shout it would be nice to meet up with you.
We came over in November so are newish to a lot of things like you.
Are you coming to the beach on Sunday?
If so hope we get to chat.
Hope things are as good as you expected?
Rob Mel Fin and Pip
i'm hoping to make it tomorrow, it would be great to speak to someone other than my darling husband for half an hour!!!
As far as schools go, we visited all three in the seaford area, all seem very well resourced, large bright and airey, everyone is so enthusiastic its really nice. There's nothing to choose between them from one brief visit so we have just decided to send the youngest to seaford rise as its the closest to our rental, we'll see how it goes. The eldest will be going to seaford 6-12.
It'll be great to meet up.
So pleased for you - it must be great escaping this British 'Spring' even if you will be coming into winter soon! I've been reading lots of posts on here and am becoming quite tearful. We so want to be in Adelaide with our family but we are at the very beginning of our 'journey' and it could take 2 years.
Have a wonderful new life 'down under' If you want to adopt a granny in a couple of year's time - let me know! Til then, Happy Easter
it'll fly by, you'll soon be on your way, i'm definitely up for adopting a granny, although your probably my age!!!!
What was that place I used to occasionally drink in as a youth? Shades - would that be it? Oh, and Jekyll's in Hyde - pure class! Made a change from Manchester. Ah, happy days!
i used to go to those in my underage drinking days!!!!
They used to have a under 18s night on Sunday night...
I remember getting as much grog down your neck before we got there on the 388 or 389 bus.
Dont remember the bus trip back!
Jekyll's in Hyde is now a curry house that has tribute acts on never went but believe it was OK.
We should all meet up soon and swop stories from the area.
Rob and Mel