Just checking whether Quinn's is showing the game this sunday
will be moving to london next weekend from istanbul ..
been away from edinburgh for 5 years now back to uk london for work .
some may know me from edinburgh used to run crown n cushion at jock`s lodge and buses from ther . or used to help sell club 86 or chartiy doo`s at hibs last one i did was...
where do you watch hibs games in london
looking to watch the hibs v rangers game 26th jan
will be staying at chessington side of town ...
Fairly new Hibee in London (new to London, not Hibs).
What pubs would you recommend to watch the semi final in this weekend?
I'm likely to be fairly central come midday.
I'll be coming to London from Chicago on the 9th and am wondering if any of the Hibs v. Irvine Meadow match will be shown on TV? If so, will there be any meetup to watch the match?
C'mon the Hibs!
I've recently moved to London:-)
What pubs show ESPN, where are people going for the game on Sunday?
Me and a mate are travelling up by hire car for the Motherwell match on Friday night. We have a couple of spare seats if anyone fancies a bit of a road trip. We will be leaving Central London at roughly 11am on the Friday and returning after the match so should get back in the early hours of...
As it says on the tin?
If not, I'm probably going to watch it at the Sheephaven Bay in Camden.
There is radio silence on this? What is going on? Hibs are only going to be on TV a few times this season, so it is a shame not to meet up.
If there is nothing going on, then I'll probably be in the Sheephaven Tavern in Camden/Mornington Crescent for the game if anybody wants to join me and Liam.
Is there going to be a meet up for this game?
I fear London Hibs is moribund.
Going by previous threads in the forum I assume the game will be on tomorrow? Just double checking though!
The next social event is our London Hibs Golf Day held at the,
Huntswood Golf Club
Taplow Common Road
Bucks SL1 8LS
Tel: 01628 667144
Fax: 01628 663145
Looks like the last meeting of London Hibs at Quinns was a great success with loads of hibees in attendance :notworthy: :thumbsup:
well done to those that got down to quinns.
Whats the next meeting / big social ? the burns night on the 30th Jan!!
Hey guys I'm trying to find out if anyone knows a hibee that moved to London 70's called Donald Fletcher? He was originally from the meadows area and a good friend of my father in law and he was hoping to make contact with him, he'll be in his mid 60's now.
Thanks for any help in advance
Looking forward to my first trip to Quinns tomorrow, will the pub be showing all the games after too?
How much is membership to the LHSC? Been meaning to get up Quinns for a while however work always gets in the way!
Im a season ticket holder and im in the armed forces and currently based at Northwood in North London. Im going to be stationed here for the next two years and would very much like to come along to any events or days out that you guys may have planned.
I cannot be down here for this long...
As mentioned at the last Meeting, I have today launched the London Hibs Supporters Club Facebook site. As part of our new communications campaign to involve as many Hibbies as possible, we will be advertising all our events and meetings on here and on Facebook. Members are asked to join up and join...
Is this in Camden?
Just passed a Quinns bar 10 mins from the underground and wondered if this is where people watch the game? Good to know for future games on tv.
How is everyone getting up to Edinburgh/Glasgow?
Train is only £37 from Kings Cross (with a railcard). Thinking of taking it after work on the Friday.
I saw McHibby who is based in Cambridge is travelling up through the night
Hi guys hope your all well, just a quick line to say hi and hope things are all ok?, hows things back there in London?, im loving it here in Hong Kong, and doing alright, cant say i miss the British weather!, even the London weather!, Mike i still have your number and promise to call you sometime,...
Anyone know if they're showing the game this afternoon?
I'm on my way there shortly and will catch some of the OF game before.
Hi guys, in London for the weekend and wondering if the SC will be at Quinns on Sunday for the first match of the season?
Quinns as per usual?
I assume there will be a gathering in Quinns?
Can anyone help?
Coming down to London for the w-end with my old man, will be in Quinns for the Hibs game, happy days!
I believe there's an OF game on @ 1245 too.
Must have been good to see a Hibs win in there for once!
Is it safe to assume Pierre will be preparing a fish dish for Friday?
Must've been an interesting day! :thumbsup:
Have The Quinn family got anything organised for Scotland fans for this game?
Is this going ahead this year?
People heading to Quinns for the Aberdeen game?
Hi, I've just moved to London from Manchester and would like to join/ know where you guys watch games?
Staying in London on Monday night, I've been booked in a hotel at Swiss Cottage, any recommendations where to watch the Hibs? Understand Spurs are on sky so all pubs I imagine will be showing that. What about Quinn's in Camden? Don't think that's too far from where I'm staying? Any...
I've missed both LHSC meetings this season, but with valid excuse each time:
In August I was in Oslo for the Scotland game and I was at *********** the other week.
The spooky thing is that on both occaisons I bumped in to Tony Connor outside the ground.
Is there some strange alien force...
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