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Hen & Stag Do's

Still ages off I know, but if we know what we want we can work out affording it!

I want a silly girls night out in Blackpool. I never do anything cheesy and just this once I'd like to go out and be utterly girly and pink!

I've been looking at this site: Blackpool Hen Parties, but I'm wondering if I can wangle it cheaper "per hen" by organising it myself rather than go through a 3rd party as it is currently suggesting £68.00 EACH to go to hire a limo, go to funny girls and see a strip show, and that's before getting into the Flying Handbag and Flamingo club...

Yorkie, on the other hand, wants a weekend doing Field Archery in Ireland!! Impressive yes? So I sent out an email on his behalf as I could find NOTHING to fit his critira on the web:

Hello

I am looking to book a stag trip to N Ireland next year in June. Can you recommend any where that 6 to 10 people could try out field archery for a weekend? And any accommodation near by?

Thanks Mark


And this is the responce I've had so far:

Hi! Folks,
Received this unusual request on Sunday Night
after the British Championships. If you have any ideas
please pass them on to Mark ????
Kindest Regards
Adrian

Dear Mark ????
I have sent this to several other archers.
Adrian


This does not inspire hope!!!

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