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Well done Vic now can you add the details School year, names. You should be able to add script info and then down load the photo via attached files.
Your efforts àre appreciated and 5he history invaluable.
Hi if my memory serves me well it was the Anderton Family. Quite a posh house and one of the few houses that had a telephone. Mr and Mrs Anderton had a daughter and son but I can't remember there names. But that could have been no.25. Are you related to Marlon who lived at no. 27?
you got me canned by Joe Parker because I was talking to you at our desk do you remember? Sad news is that John Mullen has been ill lately in Ireland, informed by a neighbour. Still in touch with Michael Ward whos now a farmer on the west coast of Ireland as well.
Regards to you.
Micky I do believe a book could be written about those times and the people of those iconic times even a film or TV series.
Any way Bugsy has organised another reunion on the 10th of December at The Old Contemptible Pub in Livery St. down the side of Snowhill Station from 2pm onwards. About 100...
Hi all there seems to be one club on here that's never been mentioned. The Mews Club in Moseley. It may have lasted 18 months in total but what was unusual was that they gave you a meat and potato pie when you paid your entrance fee in and around 1967ish.
Sticher its a great photo of what they called the "Crush Hall" which is a corridor built on steel stilts and brick that runs across your photo, it stretched from Bourneville lane to Q block where the printers where it must have been nearly half a mile long and at 7.42am and 4.42pm you would know...
Sorry to mention thisCDJ, but this is for Schools football teams of the past, there is another thread for Birmingham Amateur football teams that I suggest you need to transfer too.
I do like your photos CJD but its always more interesting to have names and details of the dates and leagues they...
Sorry to report that "The Velvett Fogg" otherwise known as Keith Law whom blogged on Brum Beat about all groups and bands that played in Brummagem night clubs and wrote about our famous singers and musicians has sadly passed away and reported by our old member Mossey on Facebook.
Hi Sean T. Duffy is still about and Chris was Chris.
We are having a meet up of all the old Whiskey guys and girls this Saturday 8th April at the Old Contemptible Pub at the top of Livery Street from 2.30pm onward
Hello Spike and Mical, thanks for your interesting posts, Yes Spike your correct in your spelling for Ronnie's last surname and yes he's still about, and I do remember the incident with your white leather coat, Ronnie was worried that one of the heavy dudes there would nick it. If you need his...
Hi Sean T I do remember those toilets and thanks for your post. We have had 2 major reunions in 2007 and 2012. We do have the occasional meet-up for drinks and a chat about old times. Unfortunately I don't think there will ever be another reunion as some of the hard core dude's have passed on to...