Monthly Archives: July 2015

Polar Bears

Here is a picture which is almost as fake as the famous “ice floe with a polar bear on it” when the UNCCC claimed that the Bear population was in danger of extinction. There was a well-known Russian publication in … Continue reading

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Cherry Oak School Leavers

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Where in the world is this?

It should be possible to triangulate this, but guesswork should be enough. Clue – it is not up….

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Getting the Star – presentation plaque.

Peter picking up the Star presentation plaque for Professor Carl Chinn to give to Ian Lavender. This is NOT the one that will appear on the Broad Street pavement! This is to go in his home so that he will … Continue reading

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Ian Lavender

Private Pike was the hero of Dad’s Army – at least to people like me. He was the butt of many jokes, but part of that great company of actors sadly reduced now. What a really nice man he is, … Continue reading

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A very brave Lady

Lance Corporal Abby Martin was honoured in the Birmingham Walkway of heroes for her brave actions. She took part in the War in Afghanistan, as a member of the Royal Army Medical Corps. She was born in Suffolk, and won … Continue reading

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Vandalism

The demolishers are sent in to deal with the only 18th. century house in Weoley/Northfield. It had the finest wood panelling in South West Birmingham. Locally grade A listed, home to the Cadbury’s and alma mater to many Birmingham University … Continue reading

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