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Tuesday, 3 February 2009

Then and Now,Val (Bailey Brooks on the R with friend playing it up at the Park Hotel







9 comments:

Val B said...

Correction Tommy, I am on the left in the lst photo. The other person is Pat Gadston from Mayfield Gardens who married Micky Frolich, a cuckooite who lived in Laurie Road. We were "entertaining" at the Park Hotel!

Del said...

Like the top picture, Val, it's the only one with somebody actually moving. When was it taken, as I don't remember any floor show from the occasions that I went there? Del.

tags said...

What no Bayley photo yet??

ValB said...

Del, what a floor show we were. Just used to get up and sing a load of "dirty" songs after having had a few. In those days I used to drink either Mackesons or half of bitter! I think it would be around 1960/61 when I was about 19ish.
JohnB I've got loads of photos of Bayley. He is a super puppy! Not that I thought so 10 minutes ago when I was cleaning the car after he was travel sick. I will send a photo to Tom later on when he hasn't got so many then and nows to do.

jim davis said...

Yes do send a picture of baylee Valb, but we are not interested in getting one of the sick thank you very much.

tommy said...

Val you need Edna to send in a photo of herself in the past pre years also one of now or we can take one out of the arcives,she needs to be more vocal on the site.As for Bayly throwing up in the car would be enough to see him of to the pound.Not much of a dog lover I am afraid allways preferred woman as my pets.

Del said...

1960/61? I was living in Notting Hill by then, but remember the years as I spent eleven months in hospital, after a motorbike accident, I was on the pillion. As for drinks, what happened to the Babycham then? Del.

Val B said...

Tom I emailed some pics to you a few days ago. Some of Edna and another of "The Baileys". It sounds like you didn't get them.
Bloody computers!

Tommy said...

Sorry Val,nothing arrived ,where you into your cups when you emailed them.Try again love would like to have them.