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Chatsworth?

 

I was going to suggest this - hence asking what time of year. And a gourmet picnic in the grounds might be an alternative to a meal there?

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For my dads 80th we had a party at the Thorncliffe Arms at Chappletown, it was lovely. The landlady and landlord couldn't do enough for us and were brilliantly accommodating. I am not 100% sure if the same landlord and landlady are still there though, I heard they had left.

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madasafish and gwyneth - just checking out those picnics - sounds like a great day / evening out - theres another one for the list of possibilities!. Thanks.

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i know you are corker - i am used to it from you lot up there!. Just seen the comedy stuff on line, sounds like what we maybe looking for. Will put that one on the list too - cheers

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madasafish and gwyneth - just checking out those picnics - sounds like a great day / evening out - theres another one for the list of possibilities!. Thanks.

 

There are music nights too on occasion which might be fun.

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i took the mother in law out yesterday!!!!! one clean shot, job done, lol

sorry!!!!!!

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I know where I would take my mother-in-law

 

to the VERY edge of a cliff

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Try Moo la la. It's a new restaurant in West One, it's all Sheffield stuff and their service was fab - they really looked after me on my birthday.

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I know where I would take my mother-in-law

 

to the VERY edge of a cliff

 

but would you push her! lol

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but would you push her! lol

 

pushing her would be murder, no spin her round and eound and round to play pin the tail on the donkey but whoops she wobbled over the edge

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