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Monday 25th will be a good meeting .

John Grundy is giving the talk.

Last month was excellent . A talk on Smail’s shop in Morpeth. There were a host of funny stories both from the talk and the memories of the audience.                         
Living back in the ‘ Shire’  is very relaxing.

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1 hour ago, Maggie/915 said:

Monday 25th will be a good meeting .

John Grundy is giving the talk.

Last month was excellent . A talk on Smail’s shop in Morpeth. There were a host of funny stories both from the talk and the memories of the audience.                         
Living back in the ‘ Shire’  is very relaxing.

Cheers @Maggie/915 - I have posted your comment on the Bygone Bedlington Facebook group where in response to some info I posted about the Seven Sisters on the Ha'penny side of the river one member replied :-  Margaret Speller -  Thanky ou for this information, I'd never heard about this.  Bedlington is certainly a wonderful place to live. 
I'd love to join a history group.

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