Im so sorry i thought id posted :/
We are still blown away by the experience. The odds were against us, bad planning and a rubbish sat nav app meant the journey from nottingham led us through the centre of stockport at rush hour. What a depressing place?! We hit traffic at every possible point, even midday trying to get to the m1 in nottingham. Half way there we realised we had no airbed pump and were missing a tent pole id taken out to get replaced but argos hadnt replaced yet.
We got there just as dusk was approaching and as soon as we turned onto the lane the butterflies were overwhelming! We semi errected the tent it was pitch black by now, we were on a steep incline, covered in cow pats and getting a bit cold!
We had missed the bbq and it was too dark to go back and get the chairs from the car (car park was full so we parked down the lane) there was such an anazing vibe (yes i know thats a cringey word) around the screen, we quickly bought some beers and found a wall to lean against. To get to the film you had to scale the hill, a stile and a small stream, ah so thats why they said bring a torch!
Everyone was so friendly and the film was so much funnier surrounded by 'friends' when they were around the cottage in the film everyone shrieked as the cast walked to the bits where we were sat, it felt very intinate and special.
There wasnt too much heckling and you could feel the love for the film.
The wine was certainly not the finest know to humanity but we managed three bottles between the two of us and a few beers too, everyone hang round after, and Tim, our new idol came out and chatted with people, there was a real party atmosphere and my head hurt a lot the next morning. I woke at 6 and found the tent covered in ice, we also had a camp invasion from some rather surprised looking rams!
Dslr pics to follow, but this is what i have in photobucket tight now (im on my mobile)
Some new friends
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