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    Restaurants In Birmingham 1960s

    They restaurant was the Dragon Gate and the Chemist Associated Chemists Birmingham.
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    Restaurants In Birmingham 1960s

    Dragon Gate and the Chemist Associated Chemists Birmingham
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    Birmingham City Police 1839 - 1974

    Hi Do you know his first name(s) and where he served .
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    Birmingham City Police 1839 - 1974

    Bob has very recently passed away. Not sure re Jim. he last time I spoke with Bob i seem to recall him saying that Jim was suffering with Dementia
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    Birmingham City Police 1839 - 1974

    I remember your Dad very well and Pat Gould. Knew her well. She spent some time on the Cheque Squad. Please remember me to her next time you speak. Thanks
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    Restaurants In Birmingham 1960s

    All I remember is the it was in Livery Street
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    birmingham 1969-73

    There was an Alf's Cafe on Soho Hill at then junction with Hamstead and Wretham Roads. Hope this helps.
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    Restaurants In Birmingham 1960s

    That was the Dragon Gate Restaurant above Associated Chemists
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    orford st

    Orford Road,Park Road Hockley is not a road and apparently never had been. It is a terrace yet it is officially designated a road.
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    Stretton Road Aston

    It was R.E & N.P Wood Newsagents at 37 Rocky Lane
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    Birmingham City Police 1839 - 1974

    I think the CI could have been Mackenzie. A Scot. When he retired he became the licensee of Thew Brittania Proctor Street Nechells.
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    Birmingham City Police 1839 - 1974

    Beefy was Beefy Osmond Dendy.
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    Birmingham City Police 1839 - 1974

    Yes I remember both Larry Hogg and Pat Gould.
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    Birmingham Nightclubs of the Past - Memories

    Thanks Phil. Spot on with The Gaylord Club
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    Birmingham Nightclubs of the Past - Memories

    No Phil it was before that one. The one I ask about was owned by Bunny Johnson as I said. I remember the Porsche and knew the owner of that as well. Chap called Von Reid.
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