Events

Events List

Title: event tests
Reporter:
Date Start:13/10/2013 14:00 GMT
Duration:0 hours
Description:dafhjvvg
Title: test event
Reporter:
Date Start:19/09/2013 00:00 GMT
Duration:0 hours
Description:nothing here description
Title: hhh
Reporter:
Date Start:16/09/2013 07:30 GMT
Duration:1 hours
Description:hhh
Title: tt
Reporter:
Date Start:13/09/2013 19:17 GMT
Duration:2 hours
Description:desc
Title: yyy
Reporter:
Date Start:18/08/2013 07:57 GMT
Duration:2 hours
Description:yyy
Title: www
Reporter:
Date Start:18/08/2013 07:48 GMT
Duration:2 hours
Description:www
Title: newest event
Reporter:
Date Start:16/08/2013 03:15 GMT
Duration:2 hours
Description:test
Title: test country
Reporter:
Date Start:04/08/2013 18:39 GMT
Duration:1 hours
Description:anton test
Title: new event
Reporter:
Date Start:03/08/2013 10:45 GMT
Duration:5 hours
Description:test from Anton
Title: Green Challenge
Reporter:
Date Start:02/08/2013 22:00 GMT
Duration:3 hours
Description:test only
Title: aa
Reporter:
Date Start:01/08/2013 18:42 GMT
Duration:44 hours
Description:sss
Title: party at the bay
Reporter:
Date Start:30/07/2013 02:00 GMT
Duration:5 hours
Description:Get together to discuss environmental concerns that are affecting the bay and surrounding areas.
Title: testing event
Reporter:
Date Start:25/07/2013 10:30 GMT
Duration:1 hours
Description:no description
Title: tt
Reporter:
Date Start:23/07/2013 08:54 GMT
Duration:5 hours
Description:dd
Title: evebt
Reporter:
Date Start:23/07/2013 08:48 GMT
Duration:5 hours
Description:scz
Title: qq
Reporter:
Date Start:23/07/2013 16:59 GMT
Duration:1 hours
Description:qq
Title: t
Reporter:
Date Start:22/07/2013 14:00 GMT
Duration:0 hours
Description:t
Title: Sunday night event
Reporter:
Date Start:14/07/2013 10:00 GMT
Duration:2 hours
Description:a test for events only
Title: sdfd
Reporter:
Date Start:13/07/2013 11:43 GMT
Duration:0 hours
Description:dfsdf
Title: test
Reporter:
Date Start:13/07/2013 11:31 GMT
Duration:0 hours
Description:sdafaf
Title: test
Reporter:
Date Start:13/07/2013 11:23 GMT
Duration:2 hours
Description:desr
Title: test1
Reporter:
Date Start:13/07/2013 19:16 GMT
Duration:0 hours
Description:aad
Title: dfds
Reporter:
Date Start:13/07/2013 14:12 GMT
Duration:0 hours
Description:fgfd
Title: ad
Reporter:
Date Start:13/07/2013 14:06 GMT
Duration:0 hours
Description:sdfsdf
Title: event test
Reporter:
Date Start:12/07/2013 08:40 GMT
Duration:0 hours
Description:afd dfsd sdfsd
Title: pop
Reporter:
Date Start:10/03/2013 14:00 GMT
Duration:0 hours
Description:pop
Title: ttt
Reporter:
Date Start:08/03/2012 14:00 GMT
Duration:0 hours
Description:ttt

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