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Wednesday, 27 February 2013

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8 comments:

Del said...

Who the hell is this idiot?

LVPR said...

hello everyone, this is my first time on your site, I hope you don't mind me asking some questions about the cuckoo estate? i'm looking to buy a house on the cuckoo estate, to me the area looks quite nice, quite and peaceful with decent people. Other people are tellng me there are gangs and trouble on the estate. i am worried as i don't know the area and i will be moving with 2 daughters.
Can you please give me your honest views of living on the cuckoo estate good and bad? Nowhere is perfect, I live in shepherds bush, people say stuff about living here and they are right, but it's not necessarily in your life. Anyway many thanks for taking the time to read this and any help will be gratefully received.

Freddie Reese said...

Good day LVR

AS YOU MAY HAVE NOTICED BY THE RECENT COMMENTS ON THIS SITE, THE LOCAL CUCKOOITE CONTENT HAS DROPPED OFGF TO PRACTICALLY ZERO. tHIS IS DUE TO THE SITE BEING OPERATIONAL FOR A LENGTH OF TIME WHEREBY ALL THE SURVIVING CUCKOOITES HAVE SAID ALL THAT CAN BE SAID AND ARE MOSTLY DISCUSSING EVERDAY MATTERS ON FACEBOOK IT WOULD SEEM.

THER ARE HOWEVER A NUMBER OF CUCKOOITES WHO REGULARLY LOOK IN WITHOUT COMMENTING, SOME OF WHICH STILL LIVE ON THE ESTATE, BUT MANY MORE LIKE MYSELF HAVE MOVED ON TO OTHER PLACES AND OTHER COUNTRIES.

IF THERE ARE ANY CURRENT RESIDENTS OF THE ESTATE STILL LOOKING IN MAYBE THEY CAN ANSWER YOUR QUESTION.

I NOW LIVE IN AUSTRALIA AND HAVE BEEN AWAY FROM THE ESTATE FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS SO UNFORTUNATELY I AM NOT IN A POSITION TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTION.

bob stevens said...

We, original contributors to this site, thanks to Tommy Higgingbottom, were either born and grew up on this lovely family driven estate or came and lived from an early age. No one can take these memories away from us.
When we return to the estate from wherever we chose to live, fond happy memories return. Blame today's governments for the changes in housing and residents from all over the world. Didn't have this problem in our young lives.

The Editor said...

ANONYMOUS>Please please stop posting your junk on our website no one cares what you think and you are just wasting your time and mine as the editor trying to figure out your motive.Please go away ,Stay away and never bother us again.You are just some sick lost moron who needs to find another hobby.

Tommy said...

I agree with you Bob,to me it is like going back to my child hood Camelot,where the grass was always greener,The fish and chips where the best I ever tasted.Tizer was better that Coke a Cola.Crisps where better than potato chips.Saturday mornings at the Granada was what we looked forward to all week.And our Mom's and Dad's loved and cared for us ,even though we had nothing we had every thing.

Freddie Reese said...

weel said Tommy on both counts..

Nice to hear from you Bob I must have missed you comments amongst all the purile nonsense post by the anonymous bunch.
Those wonderful early days in our lives will forever remain in our memories where life was so much simpler and yet so very much more enjoyable in many ways than the potted lifestyle of todays some what atrificial world.

Best wishes my friends

Jack Fender said...

Tommy, Freddie, I could not agree more. I often go to Google Earth to check on the old estate. Last time I looked my Mums& Dads old place at 1 Greatdown had new tenants. There were new curtains up and the old porch my Dad built is gone. (Council tore it down.)
For kids, the woods by the railway was a wondrous forest filled with imaginary characters we would create in our games. Camp fires, Bangers cooked on a stick, yummy. Bonfire night with a pocket full of penny bangers? I could go on for days. Kids today have no clue what it was like. Fancy games? No! An old hammer a few nails with scrap wood, add some old pram wheels and you had a trolley. Studland Rd if you dared.Or Westcott for a more leisurely ride.

Keep up the good work Tommy!
Thanks a million for all those memories.