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PhilipInCoventry
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226 of 243  Sat 1st Jul 2017 12:12pm  
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Hi all, The delight of a light breaky for two of us at the Mayors café in Bedworth. Very nice as well as the ambiance. A picture looking through the window where we were sat watching a grey squirrel, pigeon & blackbird all running around. The pigeon had tried to take off with a huge tree branch which even with turbo boost had to return to the ground. The blackbird entered the fray taking part of the branch whilst the pigeon was more successful with the lighter load with his second take off.
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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227 of 243  Sat 1st Jul 2017 12:21pm  
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Isn't Mother Nature the most wonderful thing. Wave
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Wearethemods
Aberdeenshire
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228 of 243  Fri 7th Jul 2017 11:18pm  
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On 7th Jul 2017 11:11am, LesMac said: Now then Mr Mods, you are showing your age. I would like to know the last time you visited Nuneaton Big grin As for the bird on the daffs, you are spot on.
Hi again sir. Came out the Navy in '79 and lived in 'Beduth' (Housing Assoc. flat at Croft Pool) until 1981 when I moved to Warwick, so that period would have been my last visit to Nuneaton. As an aside, an aquaintance from up here on the Moray Coast is down there shortly at a reunion/music fest. for veterans of the 'Greenjackets' Thumbs up Cheers Post copied from topic Wartime defences on 8th Jul 2017 6:48 pm
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LesMac
Coventry
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229 of 243  Sat 8th Jul 2017 2:22pm  
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Croft Pool, now there's a thing. There was actually a pool there. It belonged to the father of a mate of mine named Bing Twigger. His dad was known as Altie and owned a pub on Newtown Rd and the pub still has the name of Altie's on the front wall. In my view Beduth has been ruined. In the 50s it really a wonderful town.
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Kaga simpson
Peacehaven, East Sussex
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230 of 243  Sat 8th Jul 2017 2:44pm  
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LesMac, now there's a thing. Jack Hackett, Beduth councillor in the fifties, every time he came home on leave during the war he had on a different uniform, couldn't make head or tail of him.
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Roger Turner
Torksey
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231 of 243  Sat 8th Jul 2017 5:28pm  
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On 8th Jul 2017 2:22pm, LesMac said: In my view Beduth has been ruined. In the 50s it really a wonderful town.
You are not wrong LesMac. I worked with a chap whose favourite phrase was "There`s no place like Beduth"
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Kaga simpson
Peacehaven, East Sussex
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232 of 243  Sun 9th Jul 2017 9:46am  
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LesMac, Except that if you wanted to get into Coventry, then it was a case of 'Smoke gets in your eyes'
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LesMac
Coventry
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233 of 243  Sun 9th Jul 2017 9:58am  
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Kaga. Was that Hackett the one that had a dying trade in Beduth? The local undertaker.
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Kaga simpson
Peacehaven, East Sussex
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234 of 243  Sun 9th Jul 2017 2:45pm  
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LesMac. No, if you're talking about the Hacketts of Longford Bridge at the side of the canal (undertakers) Jack Hackett came from Lentons Lane.
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NormK
bulkington
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235 of 243  Sun 9th Jul 2017 3:20pm  
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Kaga.. Hackett are still in Bedworth on Leicester Road just up from Marston lane. Edited by member, 9th Jul 2017 3:35 pm
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Kaga simpson
Peacehaven, East Sussex
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236 of 243  Sun 9th Jul 2017 3:34pm  
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NormK. No, I had no idea they moved. Thanks, that family has been around a long time then.
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NormK
bulkington
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237 of 243  Sun 9th Jul 2017 3:37pm  
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They haven't moved Kaga, they are at Longford as well.
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PhilipInCoventry
Holbrooks
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238 of 243  Sat 23rd Sep 2017 1:29pm  
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Hi all Wave My friend & I enjoyed a lite-bite in Nuneaton today. The Tea & Chat café. It was very nice. Matching crockery gave it a Miss Marple feel (no table cloths) about it as I tucked into a mushroom & tomato omelette. Thumbs up
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PhilipInCoventry
Holbrooks
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239 of 243  Sat 14th Oct 2017 10:50am  
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Morning all Wave Things that have gone in Nuneaton
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PhilipInCoventry
Holbrooks
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240 of 243  Sat 18th Nov 2017 4:22pm  
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Hi all Wave A bit of license regards location, Atherstone just a bit further up from Nuneaton, the Larder Café which I have mentioned before, has come up trumps again. "Having often enjoyed breakfasts at the Larder, it was time for a late lunch today. Steak & ale pie, (a cross between a pie & pudding), served with peas & fluffy mash, it was scrummy. Camp coffee made with all milk was a delight although I am accustomed to that treat at the Larder. This was a dinner prepared by folk who aim to please & who delight in what they do. It didn't break the bank either for four of us.
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