Bath Roll Call - The Rec Jan 22nd

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Bath Roll Call - The Rec Jan 22nd

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Ticket allocation has been sent out by email from LR
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Yep
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Hi just picked up a ticket off the Bath web site in West Stand corner Block H anyone else in this part of the ground ?.
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footrush wrote: December 8th, 2021, 12:35 pm Hi just picked up a ticket off the Bath web site in West Stand corner Block H anyone else in this part of the ground ?.
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Anseo x2
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Dyson stand seemed to be where the OLSC said Leinster fans would be.

Currently the two cheapest places in town to stay (cheap being relative to the prices of most other places in the city mind you!) Are the YHA by the uni, and the Waterfront Travelodge.
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anybody any recommendations on getting a pre-departure Antigen test in Bath/Bristol ? Travelling at 0600am Fri so there's no chance of getting a full PCR test in Dublin that will last the 72 hrs before return (1400 on Sunday). I've found the NHS site which offers Antigen testing in Bath (but you should be a resident of Bath), and as of now you can book appts up to 15th Jan.
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If you can do it you can attempt to get a LFT from any pharmacy over here and pay for it, but LFT are in very short demand over here currently. Alternatively there's this place I've found for PCRs but looks very pricy: https://www.goodbodyclinic.com/bath-clinic-location
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thanks FLIP, I saw Goodbody alright on a Google search. In general it seems to be difficult to get an Antigen test that's not self administered.
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Yeah, the standard in England for most antigen tests is self administered. Does mean that you can get away with this though:

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That would be a positive result
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Laighin Break wrote: January 4th, 2022, 3:16 pm That would be a positive result
Which means lots of school kids and lazy people can get off work and school doing just that!
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desperado wrote: January 4th, 2022, 12:13 pm thanks FLIP, I saw Goodbody alright on a Google search. In general it seems to be difficult to get an Antigen test that's not self administered.
Bristol Airport do testing. It's close to the departures security entrance.

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Hornet wrote: January 4th, 2022, 6:41 pm
desperado wrote: January 4th, 2022, 12:13 pm thanks FLIP, I saw Goodbody alright on a Google search. In general it seems to be difficult to get an Antigen test that's not self administered.
Bristol Airport do testing. It's close to the departures security entrance.

https://www.bristolairport.co.uk/covid- ... quirements
https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/p ... 10723.html
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looks like Antigen tests will not now be required
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Hornet wrote: January 4th, 2022, 6:41 pm
desperado wrote: January 4th, 2022, 12:13 pm thanks FLIP, I saw Goodbody alright on a Google search. In general it seems to be difficult to get an Antigen test that's not self administered.
Bristol Airport do testing. It's close to the departures security entrance.

https://www.bristolairport.co.uk/covid- ... quirements
thanks Hornet. That would have been the business, but as per BnrB it's great the testing regime for travel has been relaxed.
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We might have a spare Terrace if anyone short.
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So how many have decided to go..?
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We have cancelled our trip so there are up to 4 tickets in the dyson if anyone wants them. Face value.
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johng wrote: January 13th, 2022, 2:14 pm We have cancelled our trip so there are up to 4 tickets in the dyson if anyone wants them. Face value.
I will be making a final decision to travel on Sunday. Have an outbound flight booked for Thursday but no return as of yet. Will pm you if you have a ticket spare Monday.
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