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Re: Rule of Six
« Reply #18 on: Friday 11 September 20 12:35 BST (UK) »
My mother changed her 90,th birthday celebrations to breakfast with ,5 others lunch.with another household and afternoon tea with another group of 6 ..,it was mostly outdoor lots of precautions but it worked well

I didnt attend so others could and also because im near Leicester

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« Reply #19 on: Friday 11 September 20 13:25 BST (UK) »
"To make matters worst some big overweight guy will more than likely break whatever rules are in place by visiting every dwelling on the planet in one night unless of course exemptions are in place".

I hope he's going to test his eyesight first before setting off on such a long journey?  ;D

"Will there have to be decisions at Christmas regarding who doesn't get invited to Christmas Dinner amongst your family?"

You mean I might not get my Christmas dinner? Yikes! This covid thing has suddenly got serious!!  ;D

I suspect most people (obviously not the people contributing to this thread!) will be a lot less pedantic and will just get on with it. Happy Christmas!
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Re: Rule of Six
« Reply #20 on: Friday 11 September 20 13:37 BST (UK) »
I love your sense of humour jillruss  ;D ;D

Beginning to get worried too about our Christmas dinner. We will maybe have to stay at home gnawing on a chicken leg between us.  ???

I do hope the big fat guy goes to spec savers well before his long journey and doesn't trust a trial run of around 30 miles  :-X

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« Reply #21 on: Friday 11 September 20 16:05 BST (UK) »


I suspect most people (obviously not the people contributing to this thread!) will be a lot less pedantic and will just get on with it. Happy Christmas!

Not patronising at all, then.
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« Reply #22 on: Friday 11 September 20 18:17 BST (UK) »
My granddaughter is due to return to her house in Sheffield, plus 6 other people share her student dwelling, I wonder how she will get on with the rule of 6, all of these students, 7 of them  have been paying rent since they all returned home when lockdown started, they really cannot afford to keep paying rent and not being allowed to return next week to university

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« Reply #23 on: Friday 11 September 20 18:32 BST (UK) »
I fear that Santa's biggest problem will be self-isolating when he arrives in the UK.  Will he leave the UK to last or maybe come early then travel to all the other countries?  Interesting thought.

Feast of St. Nicholas is 6th December. His timetable is likely to be:
c.6th December: some European countries
c.9th-23rd Dec. isolation period
24th-25th Dec. Britain
26th Dec. -4th Jan. isolation
5th-7th Jan. Russia + European countries not visited in December
N.B. Timetable subject to change or cancellation.
 
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Re: Rule of Six
« Reply #24 on: Friday 11 September 20 18:42 BST (UK) »
My granddaughter is due to return to her house in Sheffield, plus 6 other people share her student dwelling, I wonder how she will get on with the rule of 6, all of these students, 7 of them  have been paying rent since they all returned home when lockdown started, they really cannot afford to keep paying rent and not being allowed to return next week to university

Louisa Maud

Households of more than six are allowed to mix and socialise together. Although there isn't any any explicit mention of student households in the English Government's guidelines I'm sure the same rules apply to them as per any other household.

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2.10 When can I gather in groups of more than 6?

If you live in a household with more than 6 people, you can continue to gather in and attend all settings together. This same applies for your support bubbles. All venues should continue to accomodate groups larger than 6 who live together or are in the same support bubble to gather in and use their services and venues.

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Re: Rule of Six
« Reply #25 on: Friday 11 September 20 18:56 BST (UK) »
I fear that Santa's biggest problem will be self-isolating when he arrives in the UK.  Will he leave the UK to last or maybe come early then travel to all the other countries?  Interesting thought.

Feast of St. Nicholas is 6th December. His timetable is likely to be:
c.6th December: some European countries
c.9th-23rd Dec. isolation period
24th-25th Dec. Britain
26th Dec. -4th Jan. isolation
5th-7th Jan. Russia + European countries not visited in December
N.B. Timetable subject to change or cancellation.

What will happen about all the other countries like US and Australia etc?

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Re: Rule of Six
« Reply #26 on: Friday 11 September 20 19:18 BST (UK) »
Rishile reply #25. St. Nicholas will visit 1 continent per year. Apologies for any disappointment. Substitute Santas are on furlough. Many are in an "at risk" group.
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