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There's no Bryden Street in my 1960 Burrows map of Nottingham, but there is a Dryden street.

 

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I'm the first to agree we need "banter" (whatever it is).  If the site was only about Nottingham and absolutely nothing else, it would become a bit academic and serious and only suitable for anoraks.

I completely agree with you CliffTon.  I still find this new set-up a real pain, having to scroll down looking for a topic I want to read and seeing pages of Word Games.   I used to spend a lot o

It is a pity that DJBrenton was not given counter arguments based on facts and research. It is called debate. He was just told to 'shut up' either because there was no counter arguments or because he

Thanks for checking, Compo. I will have another look. The family I was looking at had moved by 1911 to Clipstone Avenue, near Peel Street. Still there but looks to have been redeveloped.  It's a strange tale, involving what looks like bigamy, with links to Berridge Road School!

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Whatever happened to,  children behaving in restaurants ? It seems like kids can refuse their food because the game on the phone/tablet is more important. Or they can run around willy nilly. In my day, and no doubt in yours, you got taken out for a meal and had to behave. Discipline has gone out of the window it seems.

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Waddo,  some children behave when they're eating out.  Our grandchildren do and they're not the only ones I've seen.   Perhaps we only tend to notice the badly behaved ones?

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Margie, it's nice to know that there is some decorum, unfortunately i have not come across it these last few years. I still say that moral standards on the whole have declined as far as children in restaurants are concerned. Good on you for bringing your children up correctly, and that's been passed on. And know, i am not being patronizing, just sincere.

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When our own children were young, we NEVER went to a cafe or restaurant because we didn't have the money to do so.  I'm amazed that so many people with small children  can now afford to eat out - even if it's only at Wetherspoon's...    Now  I come to think of it,  I never went to a cafe or restaurant with my parents - the first cafe I ever went in was in Mansfield;  I went with some friends to have mushrooms on toast when I was about 18.  It felt quite decadent ....

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Fortunately for me, some might say, I lived with my grandparents who owned a cafe, so I had the pleasure of eating what i fancied. But i agree with you, how can people with large families afford to eat out with today's prices

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Little Chef, mainly on the A roads and much better value than Fortes or the others on the motorways, after the Olympic breakfast you never needed lunch.

If memory serves me correctly there was quite a few along the A1. The one at Doncaster was always a good breakfast after an early start heading north.

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On this topic, does anyone know if Mick 2me is still running the site, or done a runner ?  I liked his occasional inputs.

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Temporary, password restricted databases, worked in the closure of newsgroup's I was in, about 2007.

Most people had no intrest in 'social media' back then, thus the community died..

To this day I have no intrest in Facebook, 

There's some really good Nottingham pics on PinIntrest..shame I will never be able to view them.....

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loppylugs I can understand your views regarding Facebook, despite all the stories about it , there are many sites which are very interesting with photos and memories about Nottingham. "Nottingham way back when" is one which I visit regularly and find it very informative. There are also many others.

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My wife is on it Trogg.  So if I really want to I can see stuff there so my attitude sounds a bit hypocritical.  I just don't like the cynical way in which they seem to use their subscribers to gain advertising revenue.

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Don't like the format of the modern internet, for me the 'Golden era' was pre broadband..Although 2006 to 2010.. will probably be remembered as the best historically.

Loss of interaction between individual blog's was a major blow for me..

 

 

 

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