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Re: Tigers Catering Feedback.

Post by BJ. » Mon Dec 16, 2013 5:20 am

Isambard wrote:Apparently there was a Xmas fair but I didn't find out about it until inside the ground and then assumed it would be too much hassle to go out and come in again. Which was a shame. Maybe I missed signs on the Aylestone Road which said Come to the Christmas Fair it's on the other side of where you are.
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Re: Tigers Catering Feedback.

Post by Isambard » Mon Dec 16, 2013 3:53 pm

Yes. I either didn't receive them or didn't read them. Would help if the club sent its magazine now and again.

I don't regard email as a significant form of communication.

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Post by Noddy555 » Wed Dec 18, 2013 12:50 am

I remember going to the Christmas Fair in 2010, I think it was held on the day we played Clermont at home in the Heineken cup pool match, and it was very good, well signposted and lots of stalls. However this years effort was lamentable compared to that one. Far fewer stalls, inadequate signposting and the people serving on the stall looked fed up, or they'd had a heavy nights partying on the
day before. Must do better.

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Post by BJ. » Wed Dec 18, 2013 4:04 am

Isambard wrote:Yes. I either didn't receive them or didn't read them. Would help if the club sent its magazine now and again.

I don't regard email as a significant form of communication.
I didn't receive these messages as emails. I copied their URLs directly from the news section of this website.
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Post by Rizzo » Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:59 am

I seem to recall a little banner advert about the Christmas market last week- obviously not there now though. I suppose they had to put it where there was more room and less obstruction to fans.
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Re: Tigers Catering Feedback.

Post by longlivethecrumbie » Sat Dec 21, 2013 7:44 am

Isambard wrote:Yes. I either didn't receive them or didn't read them. Would help if the club sent its magazine now and again.

I don't regard email as a significant form of communication.
Plus I'm sure it would be in the programme on the day and the games leading up to and I know it was announced on the tannoy during the previous home game.

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Re: Tigers Catering Feedback.

Post by Caerlyr Osprey » Sat Dec 21, 2013 9:49 pm

slightly off topic but after being in that bar in the east stand at Saracens today, I'll never complain about the final whistle again. Mind you there was a better choice of cider.
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Re: Tigers Catering Feedback.

Post by sapajo » Sat Dec 21, 2013 9:51 pm

Caerlyr Osprey wrote:slightly off topic but after being in that bar in the east stand at Saracens today, I'll never complain about the final whistle again. Mind you there was a better choice of cider.
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Re: Tigers Catering Feedback.

Post by Caerlyr Osprey » Sat Dec 21, 2013 10:05 pm

sapajo wrote:
Caerlyr Osprey wrote:slightly off topic but after being in that bar in the east stand at Saracens today, I'll never complain about the final whistle again. Mind you there was a better choice of cider.
Cider know your talking I love it what did you have?
Thatchers and Old Rosie on tap topped up with some home made sloe gin. Better than the muck in offer at WR.
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Re: Tigers Catering Feedback.

Post by sapajo » Sat Dec 21, 2013 10:06 pm

Caerlyr Osprey wrote:
sapajo wrote:
Caerlyr Osprey wrote:slightly off topic but after being in that bar in the east stand at Saracens today, I'll never complain about the final whistle again. Mind you there was a better choice of cider.
Cider know your talking I love it what did you have?
Thatchers and Old Rosie on tap topped up with some home made sloe gin. Better than the muck in offer at WR.
Lovely jubbly :smt023
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Re: Tigers Catering Feedback.

Post by Scrum » Sun Dec 29, 2013 3:15 pm

Had a gem at half time during the game. Serving girl had to fetch a supervisor to remove the metal top off of a bottle. Couldn't use the opener! I haven't made it up.

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Re: Tigers Catering Feedback.

Post by BJ. » Sun Dec 29, 2013 6:54 pm

Scrum wrote:Had a gem at half time during the game. Serving girl had to fetch a supervisor to remove the metal top off of a bottle. Couldn't use the opener! I haven't made it up.
It doesn't surprise me.
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Re: Tigers Catering Feedback.

Post by wormus » Thu Jan 02, 2014 1:15 pm

Rumour has it that Keith Vaz distinguished Leicester MP was at
Luton Airport allegedly recruiting Romanian and Bulgarian Bar Staff
for Tigers. Ideally for the sell out on Sunday v Bath.
This may mean that an excellent bar service is achieved by people
that want to serve you. "May be their Spirits will be high!!"
Oh how we can live in hope that 2014 gives us better service and
better toilet facilities for all on site especially the Crumbie..

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Re: Tigers Catering Feedback.

Post by Tom Tom » Thu Jan 02, 2014 1:20 pm

wormus wrote:Rumour has it..;.;..................
Oh how we can live in hope that 2014 gives us better service and
better toilet facilities for all on site especially the Crumbie..
Don't hold your breath!!!!!

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Re: Tigers Catering Feedback.

Post by wormus » Thu Jan 02, 2014 1:29 pm

Tom Tom wrote:
wormus wrote:Rumour has it..;.;..................
Oh how we can live in hope that 2014 gives us better service and
better toilet facilities for all on site especially the Crumbie..
Don't hold your breath!!!!!
Agreed Tom Tom but in some of these toilets you HAVE to hold your breath!

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