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Andy Del 1:16 Tue Jan 10
Caister Soul Weekenders
Talk to me.

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Andy Del 11:16 Wed Jan 11
Re: Caister Soul Weekenders
Cheers everyone. Someone told me the off-site Hotels are a bit of a nightmare to get to and from dispite the Minibus Service but for May on-site is all booked so might go for a Hotel anyway.

CasualKen 1:35 Wed Jan 11
Re: Caister Soul Weekenders
The Prom is a blinding hotel to stay at, good bar to kick off proceedings

CasualKen 1:32 Wed Jan 11
Re: Caister Soul Weekenders
Top tip, don't stay on site if your not into the caravans. The best caravans go to the groups who have been going years and to the girls. Blokes will end up with the shit ones. You can stay in one of the many hotels on the website and they send around a mini bus to the hotels and ferry you in and out for a pound each. I like the smaller room there that does a bit of old house on the Fri and Sat. If you ain't been it's the bollocks.

aldgate 10:50 Tue Jan 10
Re: Caister Soul Weekenders
Not been for a while but upsides were top music and a weekend away with your mates
Downsides were staying at a holiday park in a caravan surrounded by people who get out once a year

Northern Sold 9:23 Tue Jan 10
Re: Caister Soul Weekenders
I imagine ` I believe in Miracles' by the Jackson Sisters gets played about 50 times... Living it up by Level 42 probably about 30 times...

Glenn Roeder 6:28 Tue Jan 10
Re: Caister Soul Weekenders
Soul Weekender that happens twice a year. 3000 adults of varying age, mostly over 45, drinking, dancing, listening to music, and for some a general meet up to shag the bit on the side for the weekend.

Good vibe all weekend, no trouble, if you like soul, jazz funk, northern, old school hip hop, house and garage then you should be alright.

joe royal 2:10 Tue Jan 10
Talk to the SPLATT!!!!!

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