Author Topic: Day Trips on Allenways chararbangs in the late 1940s & Early 1950s  (Read 4284 times)

Andy Capp

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Re: Day Trips on Allenways chararbangs in the late 1940s & Early 1950s
« Reply #11 on: January 11, 2007, 12:07:22 AM »
GRAHAM I AGREE NONE OF US HAD MUCH MONEY. BUT IN THE STREET SOMEONE WOULD ORGANISE THE DAY TRIP. THEN COLLECT A BIT OF MONEY EACH WEEK OVER A YEAR TO PAY FOR IT. MOST STREETS HAD SOME ONE LIKE THIS IT GAVE FOLKS SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO. ANDY CAPP

Jacqueline

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Re: Day Trips on Allenways chararbangs in the late 1940s & Early 1950s
« Reply #12 on: January 12, 2007, 12:22:05 AM »
Aww thanks guys. Was not kicking off. Meant it to be funny.....YES I HAVE A DRY SENSE OF HUMOUR AT TIMES.

Will check with mother tomorrow [a bit late now] and solve which coach company was at stockland green.

One of my grans funny moments was on a coach trip. My money grabbing uncle [her son] was the driver of a day trip to a seaside location. The tight fisted so and so told his mom not to speak to him on the trip then got her to raise a collection when they neared home.

What a performance ??? I could understand it if the guy was poor but he was not. Sorry to say i never liked my only uncle.