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    Hello everyone on the Bedlington Forum... My name is Ian Brown, 27 years old from London. I am searching for any information on my Grandad, Dr John Brown. He died in Bedlington in February 1996, three months after my Grandmother Eileen Brown in November 1995. From what I know and have been able to find out is that as well as being a Doctor in Bedlington he also had a great interest in the cricket club in the town. I am also trying to find out where he is buried. I believe he is buried along with my Grandmother in one of the church cemeteries of Bedlington but as to which one I am unsure. I have very fond memories of both my Grandparents but due to circumstances at the time was never able to pay my respects at either funeral. So, if anyone as any information on Dr. Brown or where he might be buried I would be most grateful. At some point I would like to visit where they are buried, lay some flowers and tell them that I love them, miss them and still think about the wonderful times they gave me. Many thanks for any information and any help that you may be able to give. Ian.
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    The Premier League season will soon be upon us, as we get ready to cheer on our beloved Black'n'Whites as they pit their wits against the might of Chelsea, Man United, Liverpool et al. Excitingly, this means that Bedlington's foremost prediction league is also back, back, back! If you played last year you should be still entered for this season's installment. If not, simply follow these simple instructions. Go to this site: http://www.predictthepremiership.com Register your username, then activate your membership. Then go to "Mini-Leagues", press the "join league" button and enter the access code 13450 to join the Bedlington League. Once you're in, simply enter your predictions for the next set of Premier League fixtures. Have fun with it!
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    Fix up, look sharp! Prediction league catch-up time. Straight to the top of the league is Johnny-come-lately-new-kid-in-town Fourgee, with a hefty double digit score. Standings: Fourgee 10 pts Davepa 8 pdean 7 hamburger pimp 6 ruddoug09 6 Supermac 5 TonyC 4 There's another packed premier league programme this weekend, so get down and get with it, predictioneers!
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    Hi again from Norman Let me first inform the uninitiated what a penker is, a penker also sometimes called a steelie, was a much prized steel marble, normaly a ball bearing from a coal truck wheel, if you or a relation were in with the fitters. The song; Aa was playin wiv me penker, playing wiv me penker, playing wiv me penker, doon the Shiny Raa, When it rolled intiv the cundy, rolled intiv the cundy, rolled intiv the cundy doon the Shiny Raa, An aa cudn't reach me penker, cudn't reach me penker, cudn't reach me penker doon the Shiny Raa. So aa went an fetched the claes-prop, went an fetched the claes-prop, went an fetched the claes-prop, doon the Shiny Raa, Still aa cudn't reach me penker, cudn't reach me penker, cudn't reach me penker doon the Shiny Raa. So aa went an fetched me marra, went an fetched me marra went and fetched me marra, doon the Shiny Raa. But we cudn't reach me penker, cudn't reach me penker, cudn't reach me penker doon the Shiny Raa. So aa went an got sum pooder, went an got sum pooder, went and got some pooder, doon the Shiny Raa. An wi stuffed doon the cundy, stuffed doon the cundy, stuffed it doon the cundy, doon the Shiny Raa Then wi set lite tae the pooder, set lite tae the pooder, set lite tae the pooder doon the Shiny Raa Noo thers nowt left o thge cundy, nowt left o the cundy, nowt left o the cundy, doon the Shiny Raa
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