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    We're (me and friends) off to the Millennium Square in Leeds this evening to watch the England match, although it's drizzling and a bit windy at the moment. Do you think there'll be a lot of people there? Basically the BBC have put up a huuuuge screen and have been playing sporting stuff all day on it, and it's free to go and watch. Do you think people will be kept indoors by the weather? I don't want to turn up and find there's nobody there.
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    (Original post by elpollodiablouk)
    We're (me and friends) off to the Millennium Square in Leeds this evening to watch the England match, although it's drizzling and a bit windy at the moment. Do you think there'll be a lot of people there? Basically the BBC have put up a huuuuge screen and have been playing sporting stuff all day on it, and it's free to go and watch. Do you think people will be kept indoors by the weather? I don't want to turn up and find there's nobody there.
    go for it!!! people arent going to be put off if its raining! hell we're english, we're used to the rain!!!
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    I'm not sure, it's a bit overcast but dry here in Brum.

    My general impression though is that today's match seems to be a lot more lowkey - which is strange, seeing as the nation's fate depends on it (oh, the irony :rolleyes: ).

    *Edit* it has just started drizzling as I type, lol - it looks like a pants day for it to be honest - I'm staying at home to watch it.
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    go for it! if worse comes to worse then just go to the nearest pub, they'll be plenty people there
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    Well, we're going
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/england/webcams...e_webcam.shtml
    That's what they've got up - it'll be fantastic as long as there are enough people about.
 
 
 
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