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Old gits.

 


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“What’s riding high”. All about ?

Are you really that sad you get off on that....?

Must be a Brighton Troll surely ?

God bless old Staffie life oking down on this

 

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Originally posted by Brentmiester_General

Old gits.

I'm so old my first gig was seeing Beethoven live. Rubbish it was too. He never even finished his last symphony of the evening.

 


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Originally posted by Rudi Hedman

Wasn't free pal.

Now bowling is either for the kids to waste cash or a sh1t night out for workplaces that can't think of anywhere else to go. People pretending to enjoy themselves. Would rather watch emmerdale.

Bowling, a war crime for your soul.

 


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Originally posted by Park Road

I wasn't aware of the tit for tat exchanges before I posted that. I thought it was taken off just because of subject matter.
Pity though, it would have been amusing to me anyway, reading the fighting talk between two of our fans over a thread about violence.
The irony is too much

It lacked the kind of quality that would get it into gold talk. It was no Bellymans Missus

 


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Evening Midland,you are right it was around 1963-66.Do you remember the Thursday night gigs at Wallington Public Hall,was called the Kazzoo Club.
4/6d addmission to see bands like the Animals etc,The Herd were the resident band.

 

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When and where was wallington's first pub? Some suburbs with homes for families have either never had a pub or only just had one.

Carshalton Beeches - never.

Sanderstead - never.

Selsdon - only recently although I think a shack was a bit down from Aldo's.

 


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Originally posted by Rudi Hedman

When and where was wallington's first pub? Some suburbs with homes for families have either never had a pub or only just had one.

Carshalton Beeches - never.

Sanderstead - never.

Selsdon - only recently although I think a shack was a bit down from Aldo's.

You may mean the social club opposite Aldi

I think there was some kind of covenant on the land precluding a pub. Quakers or some such.

The Wallington Arms used to be called the John Jackson by the way.

 

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Originally posted by Mapletree

You may mean the social club opposite Aldi

I think there was some kind of covenant on the land precluding a pub. Quakers or some such.

The Wallington Arms used to be called the John Jackson by the way.

The social club I know of and isn't a 'pub.'

Someone recently told me of some kind of shack a bit further down from the Aldi, on that side. Maybe they got that wrong but they reckon there was a licensed bar there. Roughly or maybe where the makeshift florist is.

 


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Originally posted by Mapletree

You may mean the social club opposite Aldi

I think there was some kind of covenant on the land precluding a pub. Quakers or some such.

The Wallington Arms used to be called the John Jackson by the way.

From Wikipedia:

One of the more curious aspects of Sanderstead is that it has no pub. The reason for this is that some time ago, both the Atwood family (the Lords of the Manor) and the Rector of the church were against drinking. At the British Library there is a letter from the rector writing to both the parishes of Sanderstead and Warlingham (which lies to the south of the village) calling the latter "sinners" as they visited pubs.

I assume Selsdon may have been on the edge of that 'no pub' area.

Edited by Mapletree (14 Nov 2017 7.17pm)

 

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Originally posted by gerry theagle

Evening Midland,you are right it was around 1963-66.Do you remember the Thursday night gigs at Wallington Public Hall,was called the Kazzoo Club.
4/6d addmission to see bands like the Animals etc,The Herd were the resident band.

I'm afraid that Wallington wasn't on our circuit. I lived in Worcester Park at the time and went to school in Kingston so used to hang out at all points between the two

 

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Originally posted by Mapletree

From Wikipedia:

One of the more curious aspects of Sanderstead is that it has no pub. The reason for this is that some time ago, both the Atwood family (the Lords of the Manor) and the Rector of the church were against drinking. At the British Library there is a letter from the rector writing to both the parishes of Sanderstead and Warlingham (which lies to the south of the village) calling the latter "sinners" as they visited pubs.

I assume Selsdon may have been on the edge of that 'no pub' area.

Edited by Mapletree (14 Nov 2017 7.17pm)

Yeah, the rogue residents of Warlingham, sinning in those bars of ill repute off the green with a ploughmans lunch. Good God, heaven forbid Sanderstead should ever go to hell like that dreadful place, Warlingham green.

Whatever would they have thought of Charlie Kray living in Sanderstead.

 


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