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  • OurMuslimUmmah
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    whats all this finanigan about strawberries?
    why don't you all just go sainsburys?
    anyway here's a link to fruit picking. i think this is the one near Thorpe Park, im not sure.
    http://www.crockfordbridgefarm.co.uk...efarm_home.htm
    Last edited by OurMuslimUmmah; 23-05-09, 01:42 PM.

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  • Ibn Sina
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    they let u pick strawberries n eat'em?!

    i need to find this place ... need strawberries :D

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  • lonerider
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    ah so young then... :o

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  • Supernova Nebula
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    Originally posted by Te'oma View Post
    LOL it's funny...many of us that live in the northern climates dream of living in tropical paradises while those that live in the tropics dream of living somewhere where the seasons are radically different
    well no place like home i have to admit. missing the other part of the world is normal i think, esp when u have the experience living there.
    Last edited by Supernova Nebula; 23-05-09, 07:53 AM.

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  • Te'oma
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    Originally posted by Supernova Nebula View Post
    yea, a lot:(, the weather, my orangy uni, my teachers.... (esp Helen Graham and missing having arguments with that fascist a little) senate house library, the National archives, the woods in college that I call "jungle" (the english girls gave me this weird look when I said jungle lol), the fruits, the flowers, the walking in cold weather, the snow and a lot of other things:(
    LOL it's funny...many of us that live in the northern climates dream of living in tropical paradises while those that live in the tropics dream of living somewhere where the seasons are radically different

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  • Supernova Nebula
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    Originally posted by Te'oma View Post
    methinks someone misses the UK
    yea, a lot:(, the weather, my orangy uni, my teachers.... (esp Helen Graham and missing having arguments with that fascist a little) senate house library, the National archives, the woods in college that I call "jungle" (the english girls gave me this weird look when I said jungle lol), the fruits, the flowers, the walking in cold weather, the snow and a lot of other things:(

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  • Joha
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    Originally posted by AbuHaneefah View Post
    Question to the OP - why is it that so many Women that by there own admission are very bad with navigation refuse to use SAT Nav? Is it because they don't like taking instruction from someone / thing that knows what it is doing?
    Hmm...I refuse to have a sat nav, I hope I never ever do. It's killing the art of navigation - and men are the worst culprits, most men in their quest for 'gadgetry' will buy a sat nav. When that sat nav fails...which it does..

    In most of these places you can eat as much as you like whilst you're there...

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  • Te'oma
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    Originally posted by Supernova Nebula View Post
    yea, it's lovely:inlove::inlove:
    methinks someone misses the UK

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  • Supernova Nebula
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    Originally posted by Loobna View Post
    Theres Garson farm http://www.garsons.co.uk/
    If I remember correctly its off the A3 somewhere - it says Esher on the website (theres two places) they have lots of fruits -strawberries, apples, plums(which are delicious!), and veggies too. They usually send round their leaflet in the local paper which tells you which months which fruits and veggies will be available there. Last time we went we spent a couple of hours just eating plums!!
    yea, it's lovely:inlove::inlove:

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  • aadil77
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    its a couple of quid per basket ( clear plastic ones)

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  • PhoenixRising
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    Originally posted by insomniac View Post
    know of any in and around London? need to take some kids there.

    My sense of direction is really bad :o and I refuse to use navigation system....

    so does anyone know of anything within 20 mile radius of London?
    ohhhhh i love strawberry picking. There is one in hertfordshire just outside the M25. not sure of the address.

    y

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  • AbuIbraheem.
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    Originally posted by Salman Al-Farsi View Post
    These things don't mention cost!

    how much does it cost to pick strawberries?

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  • zaitoon
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    I should have read this last year :( been to the UK and i bought every stawberry i saw cos their taste way better than the ones we get here...

    No one took me strawberry picking :(...

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  • Salman Al-Farsi
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    These things don't mention cost!

    how much does it cost to pick strawberries?

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  • AbuIbraheem.
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    There is one very near my house:

    http://www.copasfarms.co.uk/newsite/home.htm

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