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REUBEN 123

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  1. The age UK shop at Crooks is closed down at the moment. They are having a refit.
  2. Don't take any notice of the SF police they love to pick the bones out of everyone else's posts.
  3. Hy. Does anyone on forum know if the cash for clothes place at Handsworth is still open?
  4. That's great news. He has probably been on the * razzle* lol.
  5. Yes it definitely sounds like Rowsley.
  6. They can,t agree on anything because they are all feathering their own nests.
  7. My parents used to call Wilson Gumperts the #dolls hospital #. I remember one Christmas when money must have been tight my favourite doll was taken there. I got it back completely renovated, a crack on head seam fixed and a new curly wig fitted. The doll was as good as new again. Mom made some new clothes for it and that was my Christmas present AGAIN.
  8. Wilkinson fuels used to deliver my smokeless fuel when I had an open fire. Can't praise them enough, very reliable, very friendly and competitive prices.
  9. Did Mr Majid attend endcliffe park for the fly by?
  10. Violet Brown emigrated to Canada along with her younger brother Ralph. Used to catch up with Ralph on his frequent visits home but I haven't seen him for a few years.
  11. No that is not the issue. The issue is she is a very well paid public servant and she is not serving the voting MAJORITY of the public.!!!
  12. Has anyone on here lost a German shepherd? There is one wandering around on Arbourthorne Road S2. Sorry I didn't try to catch him because I don't know his temprament.
  13. On fairleigh we had Unwins,which later changed to Hunts. Further down the road there was a shop called Maypole and the co-op,not many people used the co-op because it was a bit more expensive. Across the road was a shop called Broughs that was a great shop they had butter and lard in big slabs on the counter. The biscuits were all loose in big square tins at the front of the counter. Health and hygiene was not a big issue in the fifties .
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