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Dave
I'D JUST LIKE TO RE-LATE THIS STORY THAT TOMMY HILL TOLD ME OVER THE PHONE YESTERDAY.
A FEW YEARS BACK,PETE DRUMMOND CONTACTED TOMMY HILL UP THERE IN TYNE AND WEAR. TOMMY SAID "POP UP AND WE CAN HAVE A GET TOGETHER. SO PETE NOT ONE TO MISS A FREE DRINK, JUMPED ON THE TRAIN UP TO TYNE AND WEAR. HE ARRIVED AT HIS HOUSE, BUT HIS WIFE SAID "HE'S DOWN THE ROAD THERE ON THE RIVER DOING A BIT OF FISHING, IT'S HIS NEW PASTIME NOW".
SO PETE HURRIED DOWN TO THE RIVER TO FIND TOMMY ON THE SIDE CRYING. "WHATS THE MATTER TOM" TOMMY REPLIED "I'VE LOST ME MATE IN THE RIVER" YOU KNOW OLD DRUMMOND NOT ONE TO FLINCH A CHALLENGE PROMPTLY DIVED IN TO LOOK FOR HIM. FRANTICLY HE SWAM UP AND DOWN THE RIVER LOOKING FOR HIS MATE, CAUSE HE'D WON HIS LIFE SAVING BADGE AT GOLDINGS DIDN'T YOU KNOW? TWO HOURS LATER HE GAVE UP, TOTALLY EXHAUSTED.
HE CLAMBERED UP THE BANK TO TOMMY "WELL TOM I CAN'T FIND YOUR MATE, WHERE WAS HE WHEN HE FELL IN" TOMMY SOMEWHAT BEMUSED REPLIED "IT JUST FELL OF ME BREAD.
THE MORAL OF THIS STORY "DON'T OFFER FREE DRINKS TO DRUMMOND OR HIS MATE"
COS HE CAN NEVER BE FOUND
23 September 2006

ANGELL
WE ARE THE HERTFORDSHIRE 4th INFANTRY,
WE FIGHT FOR BREAD AND WATER AND TO DATE OLD EMBOES DAUGHTER
21 September 2006 - LONDON

brian perrier | b.perrier@ntlworld.com
dave should that be 3-6-9
20 September 2006 - STEVENAGE ENGLAND

Dave Blower 1962-65
HERE'S ONE FOR OLD TIME,S SAKE,A SONG THAT BILL ROE ASSURES ME THAT WAS SONG AT GOLDINGS IN HIS DAY

2 - 4 - 6 - 8 AND WE'RE ALL IN LINE,
OUR PICKS AND SHOVELS THEY ALL KEEP IN TIME.
WE WORK LIKE TROJANS! THEN BACK TO OUR CELL,
THERES NO PLACE IN HERTFORD, LIKE THE GOLDINGS HOTEL

BILL ROE
19 September 2006

Peter and Heather Fogg

Email received
Dear Dave,
We were very sorry to read on your website that John Hunt had died. We were glad we had been able to chat to him on the day of the presentation of the seat. We had met him on other occasions too as he lived quite near our house. He was a fine gentleman and someone we shall always remember.
It was really good that he was able to see the seat installed at Waterford before he died. When we went to church tonight we noticed some beautiful flowers had been placed in his memory on the plaque on the ground beside the seat.
A lovely gesture.

Good wishes,
Heather
18 September 2006 - Waterford

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