Once again it is my pleasure to join you on our weekly ramble down Memory Lane. I note a new survey of young people and their wish they had been alive in the 1960s. I am certain most of my readers were alive in that decade and I loved that decadethat require close contact are only permitted for a single cohort of 100 people per day., albeit my winklepickers nearly crippled my feet so I turned to the more comfortable brothel creepersinHouseArticle. I know, it is so non-PC, so I am hoping my editor will allow a grave dodger a bit of leewayHe promised new measures to encourage births and to increase average life expectancy.
Do you remember the one penny arrowroot biscuit whilst sitting outside a pub with a glass of lemonade while your parents went in for a drink? Was that child neglect? Do you recall going to the cinema and enjoying a cigarette whilst watching the latest film and quickly getting out when the credits ran to avoid standing for the national anthemThe onus on employees to get properly tested only if they have symptoms.? The old Gate Studios in Borehamwood was taken over by Harkness Screens, who had to replace cinema screens every two years due to the nicotine staining.
Elstree Studios was producing Cliff Richard films such as The Young Ones and Summer Holiday. I hosted a plaque unveiling saluting Cliff at the Studio in 2008 – what a great chap and a music legend. I was appalled how the media treated him in later years. Alas, the media is just a joke when they go on one of their crusades in the so-called public interest but actually to try and maintain their flagging sales or ratings. RELATED: Hamilton the musical adds more dates to its West End shows - How to buy tickets
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