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  1. Hi Symptoms long time since we've spoke hope your potatoes still cooking well in your spoon of oil🤔 I'm living in the land of Viktor Orban, don't think my mate mr Lavery would be impressed with that. Anyway remember the Howard arms was a Vaux pub Lorimers scotch on offer there rank the Sun & The Monkey were Cameron's Hartlepool brewer didn't like there strongarm & when Betty Stewart had the Northumberland arms it was a whitbread house unusual for a pub in Northumberland I believe but the worst beer in my opinion was Newcastle Amber ale it tasted like rats p*** anyway symptoms nice to see your about 


  2. 6 hours ago, Alan Edgar (Eggy1948) said:

    @Tonyp - the photo you just posted, did you mean to post inside one of your Albums eg. 'Old Photos' or 'Relatives?

    It is in the 'People and Events Gallery'  but outside of any Album - along with many more photos:).

    If you say which one is your brother and which one is Paul Cox - number 1,2 or 3, I will add their names to the photo.

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    Cheers alan your a diamond 


  3. 2 hours ago, Alan Edgar (Eggy1948) said:

    @Tonyp - the photo you just posted, did you mean to post inside one of your Albums eg. 'Old Photos' or 'Relatives?

    It is in the 'People and Events Gallery'  but outside of any Album - along with many more photos:).

    If you say which one is your brother and which one is Paul Cox - number 1,2 or 3, I will add their names to the photo.

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    1 Bill Porter 2 Deg Wilkinson 3 Paul Cox don't know the motorbike 

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  4. Thanks Alan I've been on there sites but not available thing is most soups in Hungary are made with chunky veg & meat goulash etc. Probably think I'm been pedantic but you can't get any liquid on your spoon 😂  But it's annoying remember when I was a youngster going with my grandma to my great uncles who lived in bells place on a Saturday for cakes & watching the wrestling nice times. My uncle had loads in he's kitchen some of them were solid silver "wouldn't mind some of them." Anyway just have to looking thanks again Tonyp


  5. I remember when I was a youngster the worse smell for me was the extraction plant at Glaxo Cambois,it was a horrible smell quite sickly. I remember my first job was there when I left school my clothes used to reak of the place I think it was an amine but on a windy day it could be smelt over Bedlington. Don't know if health & safety would allow it now after leaving there went to the navy,but will never forget the smell ugh ..

     


  6. Hi Symptoms 

    thats why China & India are raking the money pumping any old rubbish intothe atmosphere Trumps trying to get the old steelworks going,by the way are you still doing the nice roast potatoes lol . I've moved from Thamesmead now & have been living in Budapest for the last year pretty good place to be.


  7. Hi everyone

    with the passing of the great Marty hall R.I.P I think it would be nice to hear stories from other great teachers who educated the people from bedlington with affection & fondness. I'll name a few Mrs Grey the Oval Mr Curruthers & Matty of coarse Whitley memorial,Westridge Mr Douglas & Mr Cook & the few years at Bedlington high the wonderful miss Ramshaw. Scatty but very nice..I'm sure lots of you have lots of stories to tell.

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