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Dressed for the beach

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4th Aug 2008, 12:36   comments (3)

Dalek Brain

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4th Aug 2008, 00:18   comments (8)

Turning his back

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4th Aug 2008, 00:14   comments (3)

Another Place

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A fantastic day. Thank you Martin. And thank you Laurence.

Art, more art at the seaside, Manchester's China Town for dinner and a
trip over the Pennines on the way home. Perfect.
3rd Aug 2008, 23:55   comments (5)

By order

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21st Jul 2008, 00:56   comments (8)

More from mum's 60s/70s wardrobe

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This dress is lovely. Slightly see-through. But lovely.

I'm not sure I can wear it out, it's white! Mum, how did you manage with it? I expect you never ate out in it!

The label tells me that it's a Blanes dress, made in England from Crimplene -- 'Terylene' polyester ICI(TM) fibre.
18th Jul 2008, 13:25   | tags:comments (29)

Charity Gig and your votes please...

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Samaritans are holding a fundraising gig in Leeds on Samaritans' national fundraising day 24/7 (Thursday July 27th 2008).

7.15pm Holy Trinity Church, Boar Lane, Leeds

Featuring:

The Rosie Taylor Project
Folk/country/pop
www.myspace.com/therosietaylorproject

With...
Lazybaby
Funky pop
www.myspace.com/lazybabyland

Zapiain
Melodic punk rock
www.myspace.com/1zapiain

Mel's Bells
AC/DC tribute

***Buying tickets***
Tickets cost £4 in advance and £5 on the door. Buy tickets from Crash Records (purchase online at www.crashrecords.co.uk) or Jumbo Records (purchase online at www.jumborecords.co.uk) in Leeds. Or I can get hold of them for you.

***Please bring your own drinks, alcoholic or otherwise. No glass bottles allowed***

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=19674883563

ALSO, http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/ are running a poll to select the five charities they will support ths year. Samaritans and CAP UK are included in that poll (both do excellent work), please consider voting for either charity (or the charity of your choice if you have a particular allegiance). The poll is at the bottom of the front page of the website (in the left hand corner). You don't need to register, all that's required is the click of a button. Thanks!
17th Jul 2008, 18:29   | tags:comments (3)

For Beth

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I do keep having to check...
14th Jul 2008, 13:23   comments (16)