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39 minutes ago, Cliff Ton said:

 

Should be in the Apostrophes thread...;)

Should I give up? The grammer police are grinding me down?

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You tell em CT.

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40 minutes ago, FLY2 said:
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Keep em' coming HSR..i drift more than a randy Skyline on a skidpan!!

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You're doing a grand job HSR. Stick with it.

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Roll on Skeg & some of this, won't be long before summer !

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Always cheers me and Mrs P when we look at this picture,lovely memories of Llandudno and what a surprise meeting up with the catfans

 

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I well remember bumping into you & Mrs P on here Rog  !

 

 

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2 hours ago, radfordred said:

Yo posh youth knife,fork and plate! 

Well it was a Sunday Red !

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View of the Orme from the chair lift, Mrs P was not amused I took her on the chair lift, (no sense of adventure)

 

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Love Llandudno...........Rog or Catfan ,did you go in the Museum on the Great Orme.......to Randy Turpin ?

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We saw that small exhibition in the museum when we were there, about 5 years ago, Ben.   But I didn't look at it much as I'm not really  interested in boxing... sorry x

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1 hour ago, plantfit said:

View of the Orme from the chair lift, Mrs P was not amused I took her on the chair lift, (no sense of adventure)

 

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Rog

I always thought you were a bit mental Rog  !

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1 hour ago, benjamin1945 said:

Love Llandudno...........Rog or Catfan ,did you go in the Museum on the Great Orme.......to Randy Turpin ?

Yes Ben ! There's a nice bronze statue in the cafe at the top as well.

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16 hours ago, MargieH said:

We saw that small exhibition in the museum when we were there, about 5 years ago, Ben.   But I didn't look at it much as I'm not really  interested in boxing... sorry x

 

My Dad and most Uncle's loved Boxing Margie,,,and i got the love for it when very young,,i fully understand the Anti-Boxing brigade,,,the Randolph Turpin story is very sad,,.he actually owned the Hotel on the 'Great Orme for a few years.  It must have been that during this time that i was on the Beach in Rhyl when i was about 8 or 9,,when this black fella wearing a Mac came walking past me and me Dad,,,Dad said ''ey-up Randy'' and they had a little chat.  When he had gone Dad told me 'that was Randolph Turpin'' the man that beat 'Sugar Ray Robinson' and became world champ for a short while...........Read up on Randolph,, you will find him interesting and also sad...whether youre into Boxing or not........

             

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Giraffes outside the theatre in Edinburgh, the giraffes are made from recycled motor car parts

 

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Gretton road, Mapperley, winter 1986/1987.  Showing my Series III SWB Safari Landrover:

 

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Newark Castle - where Kong John died from dysentry in 1216. Photo taken about 2008:

 

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I go past Newark Castle four to six times a week and have lived in the area since 1962. The only time I’ve been round Newark Castle was on a Sunday school trip around 1950. I guess with having no roof there isn’t much to see inside. It does look impressive though as you approach it from the north. 

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Mrs P in Newark castle

 

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Rog

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Took this on my way back from Southwell

 

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Newark castle

 

Rog

 

Phil on your many trips to Newark have you visited the little museum in the Butter market, well worth visiting if not, take the tour of the council chambers and ballroom while in there

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