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  1. Heyup Ben I don't know your budget but Web-systems at Bulwell have a selection of computers much cheaper than the high street suppliers. Might be worth a look? https://web-systems.co.uk/product-category/office-pcs/
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  2. Hi Brenda Just saw the link about Valentino 's on Alfreton Rd. We always used to visit. You catered for my 40th birthday on a very hot night in June 1984. You and Alex were always very kind to us and we loved your food. Went a few times to Redcliffe on Trent. Good times !!! Where are you in Italy ? Jeff & Ruth
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  3. Hi Jill, I'm Jennifer's partner Paul Grant, and Olive Wibberley was my auntie. Olive lived at Radford Boulevard along with her mother Harriet (Hattie) and brother Rex. My mother was called Margaret (Peggy) and she married Frank Grant who worked in Beeston at Broadgate Garage. We lived in Beeston and Chilwell before moving to East Leake. Sadly, Olive died a few years before her mother due to having a stroke. Her hairdressing business had dried up and she worked in the lace market to make ends meet. I know she had tried to commit suicide several times in the past. Hattie
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  4. Re your post on The Bobbers Mill crossing you and the chap who answered your post you are totally wrong with regards to some of the detail. I am Marie (nee Marshall) and I am the 3rd oldest of my 4 siblings. You were correct as far as our family name but were wrong in what you said about my mother. She didn't go around in an army greatcoat & boots pushing a "barrow" if your referring to my youngest sister Jaqueline I know for a fact that she had a push chair, the only one of us that had special needs was my brother Peter who was 4th of the 5 of us, he suffered with a heart murmur from bir
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  5. Hi Bigfish I was born and lived in Ekowe st New Basford untill i was 18 and went to Ellis School.
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  6. I was gifted these glass plate negatives some years ago. It took some time but I found the family involved and many of the vistas. Thought I'd share. http://haynes-photographs.com/nottinghamshire-images/
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