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  • #1062286
    Vaga
    Participant

    MANCHESTER……. IT AS EVERYTHING BUT A BEACH.

    #1062258
    the rev
    Participant

    sarfampton mush

    #1062143
    quietRIOT
    Participant
    DjSax0 wrote:
    Birmingham ;]



    love that picture…aceraaa you know where i be from ….south yorkshire

    #1062179
    Raj
    Participant

    bump :bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl

    #1061974
    Anonymous
    General Lighting wrote:
    Just curious (and testing our new poll facility)

    hey all any1 on here from portsmouth????thats where im from let me know

    #1062180
    Raj
    Participant

    welcome to partyvibe dangster

    :bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl

    #1062217
    Angel
    Moderator
    dangster wrote:
    hey all any1 on here from portsmouth????thats where im from let me know

    Hi Dangster:groucho: :groucho:
    Welcome to Partyviberaaa

    I’m glad you are here :groucho: :groucho:

    #1062294
    Insanity
    Participant

    Any one from Kent? 😉

    #1062256
    sexy_biatch19
    Participant

    im from guildford area… it smells :crazy: :you_crazy 😥

    #1062032
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    I’ve actually moved 150 miles East since this thread started two years ago!

    #1062081
    jonahug
    Participant

    THATS ALMOST WORTH HAVIN A MEGA RAVE FOR

    #1062129
    REDMAN
    Participant

    i live in the south east of england near the sea

    #1062295
    Insanity
    Participant

    I live in Ramsgate, Kent… It’s also by the sea.

    #1062297
    hannah_j_hughes
    Participant

    Hi,
    I have joined this site so I decided to write !!

    My name is Hannah, I am 17 years old and a student at college down in the south west of England, studying commerce and business. I also help to run a small family business.
    So that you can know me a bit better I have put together a short ‘Potted History of my life, likes and dislikes so read on!
    The early years.
    I was born on 31st Oct 1988 at a town called Kares Creek about 250 miles north west of Jo’s burg in South Africa. My first name is spelt the same back wards or faorwards, and my initials HJH (Hannah Jane Hughes) are the same, Neat h heh?. My father Jon, a Frenchman, ran a small engineering company there (with his friend/partner Peter, whose is still out there.) My mother, Eva had met dad whilst on holiday and married him.
    When I was five we came back to the UK, (Well back for my mother, not for me or father). I could not understand why we had left the warm home land for this damp and dreary place. My mother explained that she had to take over our grandfather’s business, but I was not impressed. We moved down to here in Devon and I was sent off to boarding school, in Kent and for the next 5 years I really only saw my parents at school holidays and occasional trips home. In the end I got to enjoy boarding life in Kent. When I was eleven my I transferred to senior school, this time a convent boarding school called “Mayfield” in East Sussex.. Life at Mayfield was great, especially in the upper school, I steered my education towards business/commerce because that was from early years that is what I had my heart set on, whilst my friends where planning on finishing school, I was focussing on getting the right grades for Uni.
    So that is my life history up to now. I am now in my 1st year at Plymouth Uni. That’s during the daytime. When I am not at Uni. I spend most of my time with practical experience of running the family business. We have a small hotel/pub and some shops.


    Ok so I live in an apartment, at the hotel which is in West Devon on the edge of the Dartmouth National Park. about 38 miles form Plymouth. It has : 23 bed rooms, 3 bars, 2 function rooms and a restaurant for 60.
    Ok that’s enough about home life for now!

    I love music and will listen to anything from classical to House music. But my collection and tastes have been some what influenced by my mother, she really loved rock. So now I tend to listen to older groups like The Who, Pink Floyd, Wishbone Ash, Doors, Curved Air, Black Sabbath, The Groundhogs just to name a few of the quieter groups!!!

    Do you like sports? I’ve just taken up golf, I try to have at least a few holes and a lesson once a week, other than that I seem only to get time to go swimming or out for a long walk on Dartmoor. I used to play squash, but I don’t seem any time for these days…I wasn’t very good anyhow.

    Do you like playing the guitar! I can play a little. When I was at school we had to be able to play three instruments, mine being the piano, flute and clarinet. But one of my room friends, a Spanish girl called Marie Amazona was very good, her father was a professional player (Spanish acoustic) and was always giving concerts all over the world, she took after him.

    Well I seem to have gone on for a good while. Maybe you will fell like mailing back. If you don’t I will understand. But if you do I would really like it. Send a photo if you can. I will certainly answer you, you might find I will surprise you!
    Have fun everyone .
    Yours Hannah.



    #1062181
    Raj
    Participant

    welcome to partyvibe Hannah

    :bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl

    nice to have you here 😉

    #1062273
    Shit Robot
    Participant

    Welcome to PV Hanah:bounce_fl:bounce_g::bounce_fl:bounce_g:

    #1062298
    Annie Haz
    Participant

    Hi to all on partyvibe, I’m new to the site but not to Parties! I’ve been doing them for 38years! think I’ve got quite good at it now! But you’d have to ask the people that come to them for an unbiased opinion on that!
    The last big one was at Tintagel, last month, had a wicked time and would like to publicly thank everyone that made it happen, and worked so hard to make it good! THANK YOU. Also thank you to everyone who bothered to drive (or walk) through appalling weather, to attend, we love you all. Next year will be even bigger.
    Last month there was a really good party at Gunwalloe beach, this prompted an article in our local paper (The West Briton) saying that the police had thought it “Too Big” for them to do anything about, this in turn prompted a letter from a local resident (or so they say!) suggesting that next time the police fail to turn up and stop us dancing someone puts a “12bore to the DJ’s head….or take a large piece of agricultural equipment and smash up the sound-system…this should get the police in attendance”. I object to this!!! I’m pretty sure the DJ would object too!! I have already mentioned this on the southwestunderground site, but feel it’s important enough to mention again. The fact that a newspaper would print such a suggestion fills me with horror. I can see things going horribly wrong one Sunday morning at 3am!! I rang the editor to tell him just how upset I was and he put the phone down on me!! Pissed off? Oh yes, I was well miffed. So I wrote to him, to date my letter has not been published, and no, I’m not surprised. It is, I admit, a bit of a rant, but since the man is actually suggesting using a shotgun to end the party, is it any wonder that I was upset. So here it is, in it’s entirety, for you to read, or not, as you like. feel free to discuss.
    “Dear Sirs,

    Further to the letter you printed in last weeks West Briton, from a “Mr Tony Dean, of The Lizard”. I am appalled at the bigoted and divisive letters you are regularly printing regarding the parties held at Gunwalloe, or any other out-of-the-way place.
    Who exactly do you think attends or organises these parties? Beings from another planet? or perhaps some new class of sub-human being? I’d like to make it absolutely clear that every single person at Gunwalloe was a “Member of the British Public”! Albeit ones specifically invited to the celebration. No aliens, monsters or unclassified species. The unifying factor was a love of dancing, music, laughter, FREEDOM AND LIFE!
    The music, varied though it is from Reggae to Abba or Glen Miller (Yes, really! thanks DJ.), may not be to everyone’s taste, (I, for example, do not like Opera, but I would defend TO THE LIMITS OF MY ABILITY the right of those that do to listen to it) but it is ONLY music and fun that is being participated in. We are not kidnapping children, raping old ladies or committing armed crimes! Sound systems make every effort to point the speakers AWAY from inhabited areas. Ie: Out to sea. Has Mr Dean, or any other unhappy local, thought of coming to ask the systems to turn it down a bit? The people running the systems are not monsters, they’re people. I absolutely guarantee that the person asking would not, under any circumstances, have a gun put to their heads. You do not have to threaten a sound engineer, or a DJ, with death to make him listen to a polite request. They are playing records not Weapons of Mass Destruction. These parties are almost exclusively on land that is open to The Public. That’s us: The Public! The Dancers, the DJ’s, Engineers, Children, Mothers, Fathers and Grandparents.
    Tony Deans letter is an incitement to violence and, potentially, murder or at the very least, damage and destruction of property. If I were to write to all my neighbours suggesting they took a shotgun to the owners of the Stock-car track, or maybe take a large earth mover and dig up the track, there would be an outcry. I have to listen to the incessant drone from the track (which is several miles away), all day when they’re racing; Very audible in my garden and still annoyingly noticeable inside my house. Yet you publish, for THOUSANDS of people to read, that one way to ensure the police attend, and perhaps stop an event, is to put a shotgun to the DJ’s head!! At what point does Mr Dean advocate pulling the trigger? Or maybe smashing up the equipment would be a good idea? How dare you?! Does Mr Dean perhaps support The Taliban? Or maybe Hezbollah? or the IRA? If we do not share his views he will shoot us for exercising our right to express our love of life.
    A couple of years ago the police in Czechoslovakia shot dead a young party-goer at just such an outdoor party. Shot. Murdered. For DANCING IN THE OPEN AIR! This is England, this is Cornwall. To live is to have feelings and emotions. Are you really saying that we can only express our love of life by dancing inside filthy, smelly clubs or pubs, and listening to government sponsored musical pap? Shame on you! The reason for our parties is NOT to piss people off, it’s to spend time in the places we love, expressing our joy at being alive, watching the sun rise over the edge of the world and marvelling at the beauty of our County.
    Does Mr Dean imagine the people (that would be US, then!) who attend parties and drink the alcohol they bring with them, are too ignorant or irresponsible to elect a driver who does not get too tired or too drunk, to drive home? Maybe everyone leaving towns in a car, on any night of the week or even a Sunday lunch time, should be given field impairment tests? Or maybe everyone leaving Church after Communion? After all, one sip of wine too many and ‘Whoops’, death and destruction by an out-of-it Christian worshipper! I do not drink alcohol, at all, EVER. One sip of wine would indeed be all it takes to render me incapable of walking, much less driving, so Hey, guess what? I don’t do it! I’m never, ever too drunk to drive safely.
    The party goers of Kernow are PEOPLE: College Students, Teachers, Social Workers, Musicians, Artists, Doctors, Mid-wives and Farmers. We are representative of all walks of life. i.e.: WE ARE MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL BRITISH PUBLIC. We make determined, and largely successful, efforts to clean up ALL our rubbish, after a party (when allowed!). Which is more than can be said for beach goers on a Saturday afternoon at, say, Perranporth (or Gunwalloe!). We’re not the ones eating Solero Ice Creams at 3am, but whoever ate one at 3pmdidn’t give it a second thought when they dropped their wrappers on the sand and then went home. Our beaches, by-ways and lay-bys are all too often a disgraceful mess of rubbish of all types, it wasn’t party goers who did that, it was people like you, Mr Dean.
    We are supposed to be a Nation of Freemen, women and children. Free to practise our religions, beliefs or way of life without fear of death or reprisal. Go to Afghanistan, Mr Dean, the Taliban would welcome you and your friends with open arms….No Music, No Dancing, No Fun unless authorised by The Ruling Party and then only very quietly!
    I would also like to point out that it was NOT a “Rave”, the police quite clearly called it an illegal gathering, NOT a “Rave”. Though to my mind neither occupation should be a crime, certainly not one that I might get shot for attending. I suggest EVERYONE reads the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act, 1994, to see just how few of our ‘rights’ we have left. The next time your child has a birthday party and the Mums and Dads gather in the kitchen, listening to music, going outside for a cigarette and maybe doing a little dance for joy, you’re breaking the law! Playing music, outside, and dancing. That’s a crime. This is fast becoming a Police State, with “Big Brother” deciding what music we can listen to, who we can talk to, what we can talk about, where we can dance and what time we should be in bed.
    I will NOT bow to oppression of this kind. I am a 51 year old Grandmother and I WILL dance in the moonlight to music of my choosing with people I love. Go to the devil, Mr Dean, and take with you all like minded bigoted fools. YOU are the minority; WE, the members of the General Public who love to party, despise you and the mean-minded, sad and lonely people like you. How many people come to your parties Mr Dean? Do you have 1000 friends who know you, and love you and want to celebrate life with you? If so – get to a beach or a quarry and celebrate the fact! You are obviously jealous of us and our more joyous leisure pursuits. Stop trying to incite others to mean-minded and criminal actions – Take a shotgun to the DJ??? You sad little man. You must be very lonely, bitter and un-loved to think that one up. Feeling smug and self righteous that you single-handedly stopped people having fun? I pity you and all those like you.
    I am a Member of The National Trust and, as such, I have a perfect right to be on GunwalloeBeach, at anytime I like. Those funny little men in strange clothes, who like to knock a ball around with a stick on a Sunday morning, would do well to remember that their right to play Golf is as ephemeral as our right to dance! Under Cromwell’s Government they would not have a Golf Course open to them on a Sunday morning, when they should be in Church. It really annoys me to hear them hitting those little balls around, and to see them wandering like Burberry clad ants across one of Cornwall’s beautiful hill sides. But I don’t advocate shooting them, or breaking their golf clubs. If enough members of The General Public (us) hated Golf, we could probably outlaw it. To be vilified for playing golf is as outrageous a proposition as being vilified for partying.
    Choose laughter Mr Dean, choose music and dancing, CHOOSE LIFE!!

    Annie
    Party goer for 38 years, and proud of it!!”

    #1062218
    Angel
    Moderator

    :weee: :weee:

    Hi Annie 🙂

    Welcome to Partyvibe:bounce_g: :bounce_g:

    #1062274
    Shit Robot
    Participant

    Wow! Excwllent letter Annie,shame the fools wouldnt print it,Me in N Devon big up Westcountry Massiveraaaraaaraaaraaa

    #1062182
    Raj
    Participant

    welcome to partyvibe Annie

    :bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl

    #1062299
    Annie Haz
    Participant

    Sorry, but you’re going to have to put Cornwall down as an independant country. I don’t feel much like part of England, or Europe or even Russia and I’m definately not from Wales, Scotland or Africa. But hey, who cares?:group_hug love love.

    #1062033
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    welcome to partyvibe Annie!

    The paper should have at least published an edited part of your letter; and challenged the local persons incitement to violence.

    Also although the bulk of ravers are peaceful a rave is still a large male-dominated group and IMO it would be very dangerous for someone to try to take matters into their own hands, even if armed…. feelings are running high these days everywhere in society..

    #1062108
    Signal Jammer
    Participant

    Hey annie….you made it then!!!

    Tintagel was mentol and I look forward to next year when we can combine forces again. Thank god you were at the Malpas partay earlier in the year else it wouldnt have happened.

    Your a star :love:

    ….fight the power….:groucho:

    #1062157
    stax
    Participant

    i live in a wee town called reepham about 10 miles from narrwich.

    its a little ol place

    so is reepham

    right on Annie, i can believe they have printed the barbaric views of a pissed off farmer yet they wont allow for our side of the coin

    shame

    #1062034
    General Lighting
    Moderator
    stax wrote:
    i live in a wee town called reepham about 10 miles from narrwich.

    its a little ol place

    so is reepham

    right on Annie, i can believe they have printed the barbaric views of a pissed off farmer yet they wont allow for our side of the coin

    shame

    from what she says its not even a pissed off farmer (TBH most are fairly pragmatic about the situation with regard to raves even if they don’t agree with them) – its merely a nimby local who thinks they are hard talking from behind a newspaper.

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