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Hi all does anyone remember Peppers in Erdington it was at the side of The Queens Head pub it was good there was a bloke in the Disco in a black leather jacket he would encourage the girls to have a ride on his motorbike i think his name was Ken not sure .
Hi Astonian i used those tokens on the buses when i was an apprentice travelling to Brooklyn Tech in Great Barr from Clifton Road Aston that was between 1968 to 1972 they wouldn't need them nowadays because they have cars . x
Hi Williamstreeter i use to go to these pubs from 68 to 72 not so much the Top 10 Bar but manly The Grapes on a Friday night and then over to Rebeccas to dance the night away At the time I was going out with a lovely girl in 73 Jane from Shirley Solihull i bought her a nice leather handbag...
Hi all my best mate Colin Hunt worked there as a Carpenter until the strike wrecked his job he worked out of Telsen Stores , maintaining the pubs making Back Fittings , Counter Tops etc etc it was a good job Colin enjoyed it his dad Frank also worked in the stores at Telsen. RIP Colin >
There was also the Top 10 Bar and The Grapes Pub which i used to go to before going to Rebeccas with my mate Colin Hunt We took two girls from Wales one night and they couldn't believe it had three floors different to the clubs back in Wales we had a good night Raz
Hi all i also went to the Temple Bar the cellar bar was done in a ships theme
and the barmaid was Reene she was brilliant she was pouring your pint before you had ordered it and there was Clive the other barman he was a 'nice' man, would often meet up with my brother Eddie and my best mate...