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How did the big meeting go? has a new partnership been formed?

 

 

by my calculations we have at least ten people with a grand to throw in

 

we need another fifteen I think, in order to get it kitted out, buy stock and have a few quid to pay the outgoings until it gets self funding

 

the concept at the moment seems to be Boutique football pub meets bohemian gentleman's club

 

the official prospectus will be launched soon

 

the downside of having 25 partners is that we have to have a committee

but on the plus side the meetings should be more fun than SOS committee meetings

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by my calculations we have at least ten people with a grand to throw in

 

we need another fifteen I think, in order to get it kitted out, buy stock and have a few quid to pay the outgoings until it gets self funding

 

the concept at the moment seems to be Boutique football pub meets bohemian gentleman's club

 

the official prospectus will be launched soon

 

the downside of having 25 partners is that we have to have a committee

but on the plus side the meetings should be more fun than SOS committee meetings

 

Fellas, I could be interested in chipping in if you are struggling for the numbers and you are looking for people to invest.

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the boho gentlemans club would be a different site though, i'm still working on that ;)

 

 

is this in Hope St? when's that going through? shouldn't you be requesting access/plans etc so you can put your proposal together? keys are in the office dude

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Just call it the St.George and Dragon. Like a proper old school boozer, nothing trendy.

 

The sign says St George now. But it had a bad name as the St George.

I don't think you could go back to the Dragon without going back to the boozer that it was, with the nights it had on

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