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Posted: Tue 16 Oct, 2007 11:30 am
by dsco
The deleted messages are nothing to do with admin - and you're quite right it is rather confusing.Let me know if you want me to delete any threads.dsco

Posted: Tue 16 Oct, 2007 8:31 pm
by simonm
dsco wrote: The deleted messages are nothing to do with admin - and you're quite right it is rather confusing.Let me know if you want me to delete any threads.dsco BUT you did ban her didn't you???

Posted: Thu 18 Oct, 2007 9:30 am
by simonm
I take it no response is forthecoming?

Posted: Thu 18 Oct, 2007 10:33 am
by dsco
Hi Simon,Apologies - didn't spot your question there. Yes we did ban her.Cheers,dsco

Posted: Thu 18 Oct, 2007 6:07 pm
by simonm
seems very strange that a person is banned, for no real reason and the nall the posts is a particualr threead dissapear as well...You don't wear a black suit and drive round in a ford Lincoln continental by any chance???

Posted: Sat 27 Oct, 2007 12:22 am
by fred miller
hi armley feast was cancilled at last min due to the fact that marshall waddington decided to book the fair with the showmens guild and not turn up since then he and other tenents of the fair have billed for not attending

Posted: Wed 14 Nov, 2007 2:15 am
by liits
Crossgates had its own mini-feast. Comprised mostly of stalls [roll the penny, hoop the bottle, one armed bandits] and only ever one ride which was a waltzer.Held on the waseland beside the station [site of the Ritz cinema] it came to an end with the building of the Blockbuster video / Currys store, now M&S sometime in the 80's [82?].

Posted: Thu 15 Nov, 2007 12:04 am
by chameleon
Did the feast really run for so long? I remember being taken as a youngster in the late 50's - early 60's, the Ritz closing I think in '65. I don't remember the feast running much after that,

Posted: Thu 15 Nov, 2007 9:15 pm
by liits
Towards the end of the feast, ie the late 70's and I think 1980, the Crossgates "feast" didn't happen, but it certainly did in 82, because that was the last year in which I competed at the Civil Service Sports Day at Chiswick and the coach dropped us off outside the Arndale and we went in the Station pub and got pi***d then went on the waltzer before continuing on to the Devon to top up the drink.

Posted: Thu 15 Nov, 2007 9:21 pm
by chameleon
Looks like you're a long way from home these days liits. was it a few undulating turns on the waltzer after The Station that helped make room for the further offerings from The Devon by any chance!!