More good news...(for me atleast!)

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  1. WebmasterPenny

    WebmasterPenny <marquee behavior=alternate><img src=http://www.di

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    Well, for those that have known me for a while, you might remember that I worked just off Oxford Street (Soho) - a great location with shops, restaurants, <b>pubs</b> but a year ago, due to our company taking over someone else, some of us got relocated to the Docklands :( Honestly, the two areas did NOT compare! And I wasn't too happy about it all...

    BUT...(and here's the good news) after working out their figures, they sussed that it was more expensive running buildings that far apart (well, duh...I could have told you that!) So after some shuffling (and a few redundancies :( ) they've moved me back!!!

    I'm so happy at being back in the middle of nice things instead of in a concrete wasteland, I can hardly believe it :) :) :)

    So, anytime someone fancies a mini-DIS meet right in Central London - count me in!!!!!

    Penny :)
     
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  3. Janice

    Janice Super Shopper

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    Great news Penny - now that sounds like a meet in the making :D :D :D
     
  4. Edayy

    Edayy Mouseketeer

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    I am so happy for you Penny, it really does make all the difference when you are happy at work.

    Look i a coming to London Next week for good so i will give you a shout and maybe we can meet up!!!

    Eda
     
  5. WDWfan uk

    WDWfan uk <font color=red>.... but you can call me Shirley :

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    ...... glad to hear you are moving back to where you want to be Penny :) !
    Sounds like you have more opportunity to spend your wages back in this location ;) ...... and be more sociable :D
     
  6. Mazzy

    Mazzy Obsessive Trip Planner!

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    I really do understand how happy you must feel Penny, as I went through the same thing a few years ago. :rolleyes:

    I used to work in the centre of Manchester and loved it, every lunch time I'd be out there shopping or just wandering round soaking up the atmosphere. Then they decided to move us to Old Trafford, which is just outside Manchester, it had nothing, just a row of local shops, I was SO depressed! The only good thing to come out of it was my flexi-time sheet look absolutely wonderful, as I didn't have 2 hour lunches any more! ;)

    ENJOY!! :D
     
  7. SpottyDog

    SpottyDog Guest

    Glad to hear it worked out in the end PennyMod.
     
  8. Astrid

    Astrid <font color=9933CC>Shoot for the moon. Even if you

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    Great news Penny - You'll be able to join the 'Ladies Who Lunch' next time!!

    Astrid
     
  9. BONZO

    BONZO <font color=660066>Has been known to go off topic!

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    Nice one Penny!


    I'm up for a lunchtime session!
     
  10. elisebutt

    elisebutt DIS Veteran

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    That area is just sooo handy - I used to work around there as well - ran away to London when I was 18 - LOL
    Worked in the intrepid Fox, Wardour St, New Casanova, Grosvenor st, and Barratts, Oxford St.
    i live in paddington so I used to cycle in - marble Arch - aaaagh!! in contrast, there is nothing in the Docklands.
     
  11. WebmasterPenny

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    Shirley you're right! Moving back to the West End is the equivelent to a pay cut because I spend more, LOL.

    Elise, I know the Intrepid Fox, just a couple of minutes round the corner from me :)

    Cool! Well, when the weather turns nice again, I feel a little lunchtime mini-meet coming on :)

    Penny :)
     

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