Monthly Archives: January 2009

Maryon Park

Maryon Park, in the heart of London’s Woolwich area, is a quiet and beautifully tranquil place of tall tree-lined dark secluded pathways and of steps that lead to another meadow of breeze ruffled trees swaying in motion with one’s inner thoughts and aspirations. It … Continue reading

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The Grove

Marilyn has booked us excellent seats for The Grove Theatre’s forthcoming presentations of ‘Aida’ ‘Tarandot’ and ‘Swan Lake’ so it’s time for a carton of Kiora-orange, a lolly, and a bag of popcorn! No rocking in the back seats though please.

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No Christmas Stuffing for Me!

It would be around about 4 in the morning of the 28th of December, when Marilyn decided to put me through the hoops for not having bought her a Christmas present or Card. Well, my decision might have been based … Continue reading

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Enid Stamp Taylor – Actress 1904 – 1946

Enid was born in Percy Avenue, Whitley Bay, during the early hours of the 12th of June 1904. She lived most of her adult life in the West End of London, and where she suffered from a blood clot in her brain whilst in the bathroom of … Continue reading

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