Your mums are well cool. Not least because they won't stop you from doing it just because they can't be bothered chumming you. A fellow who lives quite close to me isn't allowed to go and thats just the way it is but he was up for meeting b4. Thing is, the way we are doing it is good because there will be a group of people who just don't know each other all getting together in a public place.
I dont know how much actuall parkour we will do as we will just be getting to know each other and discussing how we are going to solidify this thing. I was kinda thinking we should register as a club or something so that it is official which would make it safer, if we had the club names list, contact details, bla bla. I don't want to get heavy like but these are the sorts of things we need to talk about over coffee.
Anyway, mums are welcome. Lets remember, this is the FIRST MEET
Post by Richy forgot password on Jan 14, 2005 11:04:32 GMT
;D Dat is klkl dat u r considerin a move 2 mussie its a great place for parkour, i probz b at da meetin but i'm not guarenteein it. Up endinburgh is klkl as well like a wil probz bring sum friends along c u there.
Can someone please bring a digi cam so we can get a group photo of the Edinburgh Parkour founders?! We may get it in the papers some day and it would look great on our first newsletter (if we should go for that sort of thing). My digi cam is knackered
Re; Halloween... doing dance base as well huh?! I am giong to be the most unfit person there! Who cares.
How does this sound by the way guys, Lothian & Edinburgh Extreme Parkour...LEEP for short?!
They'll all important!! You need to be there to join the club. You have to be able to fill in the register (basically your name, address, contact details and next of kin in case of emergency. Also you get your picture taken which will go into the web site and you'll get the newsletter. Becoming part of the club means you'll get a contact details of others and will then be able to meet folk closer to you during the week.