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  1. Re 532/33 -- Vintageann - ask Eddie if he knows Rick from Bulwell not Clifton - he has been out with them quite a few times at the Bell when he is in the Country and is often in touch with Bob Clifford. Don't know if this thread is alive but thought I would mention it - not read this forum in ages and now going to start it again. :-)
  2. Woolworths are the best Supermarket in Australia - brilliant shop.
  3. Still don't agree - but whatever. Did you not notice I said I was old.
  4. How embarassing - do the silly old sods think they can sing. I am one of them but would never be assosiated with that load of old rubbish
  5. I worked at Town Arms in the 70's on Football Saturday's when it was run by Steve and Gail Hodgkinson. It was absolutely crazy but never seen a pub empty so quick at closing time, so quick infact we could get it all cleared up and be at the match before kick off time.
  6. I worked at Players for about 5 years from 1965 and absolutely loved working there. I was a "qualified secretary" as we were called in those days but had a flat to pay for so worked on the factory floor because the money was better than the office and worked as a factory clerk in Tobacco Factory then transfered to Qualtiy Control a couple of years later - loads of overtime if we wanted it to pay for our week-ends of pleasure. I played hockey for Players and we were given the best facilites and load of perks - week-ends away, all paid for and great mates to share it with. Yes they were stri
  7. Ian Smith used to run a brilliant Youth Theatre when Central had their studio on Lenton Lane and there was one at the Broadway that my son used to attend.
  8. That is what we used to do aswell mudgie49 and then put newspaper up the drain spout and set light to it so it made a right roar up the pipe. Another good one (we thought) was to lift the gates off then swap them around.
  9. I bought a pair of boots from Paul Smiths on Byard Lane - think they were what models wore then they sold them off in the shop but they were not cheap. Also bought some shoes from Lotus which I ordered from a catalogue and had them delivered to the shop - wore them until they dropped apart but they cost me 69/11 which was a fortune then. (got them on in this photo ) Spent all night outside Wallis' shop in Jan 67 (with your sister in law Mudgie) to get a pure wool red coat that was reduced to £4 then decided I didn't like it and sold it to a friend for the same money. Culotte dress from C
  10. Try the Mayfower Curry Sauce (it is powder when you buy it) from B & M - tastes just like Chinese chip shop sauce. I cook mushy peas in a pressure cooker - loads at a time and freeze them.
  11. And me - we could have our own reunion:-)
  12. Was a very good friend of ours in 60's - still see him now and again and he is still on the music scene in Nottingham.
  13. Condensed and Carnation Milk are available in all supermarkets and they do a Light version of them now. My OH loves very thick black coffee with just a little condensed milk in it.
  14. We were given that book when we worked for Hardy and Hansons - just seen it on Amazon for £64 There is an 8 track player and tapes in my OH "office" nay rubbish room
  15. My treat was a Frys Five Boys Chocolate bar and a tin of Carnation Milk !! My cousin was always allowed to have just the Carnation Milk without tinned fruit and bread and butter at Sunday teatime but my mother would never let me have this so when I did my grandmothers Co-op shop she used to put a tin of Carnation on the order and give it to me to have at her house. Why did we always have to have bread and butter with fruit and Carnation - worse than pobs. jackson - you used to get more pocket money than my Dad