Discussion in 'SMB' started by becs, Jan 11, 2018.
I think posters should be able to quote and post as they feel.
Absolutely, the fumes off the cars will get them long before a terrorist bomb.
Currently on the Dlr from a ruff as sticks boozer in deep East end territory to my safe space on the Isle of dogs. No acid, no bombs and no knives as of yet. Not sure if it's the right stop mind, all the signs are in arabic
It can be bad here but London kids grow up with it. A protected group of children from the north ( or anywhere), have every chance of being absolutely fine.
I went at that age with the school, only time I've been in central London.
They are too scared to bite.
In sure it'll be fine, as long as they're well supervised, which I'm sure they will.
As an aside, I went on a school trip to New York 2001. Somehow got served with beer for everyone so everyone got pissed up, and I had the worst hangover of my life while visiting the twin towers the next day. Absolutely ill.
What date in 2001
My daughter is at university in London and o ne of her mates from Beijing who is now studying in Baltimore wanted to visit - her mates mother said no as there were too many terrorists in London and it wasn’t safe, I laughed especially when her kid is living in Baltimore. It’s holland where they burn politicians you need to avoid
Visited in february, they came down September
Actually i think @mux may have been there too.
Luckily it's not a rough school. I believe only staff went on the trip anyway. My daughter isn't old enough to go on overnight trips yet so not 100% certain.
The more experiences in life my kids can have the better.
Other parents pulled out due to the terrorism threat so the trip was cancelled. My daughter is gutted.
They can but the point being if you don't bother to read any of the thread and just reply to the OP it can make you look like a bit if a tit...
Not surprised. I'd be furious at other parents.
Can you not take her yourself next time we have a game on in London.
For 280 quid you could take your Bairns down there for a weekend and make a holiday of it. On the train as well if you play the advance tickets game.
Separate names with a comma.