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  • Bench near footbridge on Horncastle Road, opposite chip-shop, in good view of B-Lez's house (always good place to hang up your wet trousers).
  • Boston Central Park is a great place to just chat, have some lunch, eat an ice cream!
  • Theres no such thing unless your good friends with Mandy 'Whore' i.e silly fat slapper/ex prossie/inbread.
  • ppl usual meet-up at asda bout 1 o'clock
  • best place to stand if you want to get served at the Post Office is the end of the queue.....OUTSIDE the Postoffice on the pavement. An interpreture would speed things up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • skatepark or anywhere really
  • after dark vip lounge for those with a bit of class, i welcome break from the scum that clutter the main part.
  • gotta b the park!!
  • The legendary 'Scrubbers island' has to be my favourite!!
  • The back of wollies on the steps, great for eating chips cheese and mayo in your school luch hour whilst 'avin a fag'
  • The in the centre of town.... it's ded cute especially on a sunny day and they even have a little bird sanctuary bit. Aw!
  • The Low semi-circular stone wall outside Maccy D's. (And when things 'move on' round the back of the stump)
  • West street alot of hookers at night especially near the cinema.
  • New mc donalds drive thru full of boy racers
  • Outside JJBs, is a good place to meet your mates or outside Woolies if you don't mind townies (but lets face it, who doesn't mind townies!). A good place to eat Mcdonalds or Fish and Chips is at the Herbert Ingram memorial and outside the library. Good place to hang out is near the social security office and the police station. Or at the back of the stump or near spooky's.
  • Top of queen street on bargate bridge ready for a full pub crawl into town is a good meeting point, pleasant views of the brown river.
  • It's got to be outside Boots. The classic place for the Boston slapper to meet up with her equally reppellant friends.
  • pilgrim fathers memorial - hook up spot for agrophobics anonymous
  • No point in hooking up in boston as the entire resident populous are joeys
  • In Superdrug doorway, waiting for the missus to leave bingo.
  • Outside Woolies (being right in the centre of town) is a classic place to meet your friends whether you are going shopping or just hanging.
  • i'll have u know that those 12 - 13 years old have a name! TOWNIES ! !
  • mmmmmmm perhaps outside woolies where the 'oh so cool' townies often choose to meet. Be a blonde, wearin 6 inch heels n tacky new look gear n let ya vocab consist of probably 2 words n u'll fit in fine!
  • The back ally down by the IQ
  • Roundabout outside Boots... many's the hour we sat there swigging Woodpecker.
  • Boston is great for the 10-12 year olds, they spend every night, sitting on benches in the freezing cold. by the time you are 13 your in the club!
  • McDonalds seems to be a favourite spot for the not so many teenagers that don't get into any clubs
  • I always dug the bench outside the chippy at the end of Norfolk Street/Horncastle Road. Best place to meet other people wearing long coats in '85...youth of today rejuvinate this place !
  • The back of Boston college, about a hundred yards off the halfpipe with a large waxed curb. The ramp is bumpy and has a slight extension. Also the back of the libary with a drop, rails and walls.
  • The new meeting place in Boston is the new Whetherspoons pub Moon
  • The main place these days seems to be outside McDonalds in the Market Place especially for the boy racers.

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Last updated: 2008-10-14

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