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- Fri Oct 27, 2006 5:54 pm
- Forum: General Chat - Non CH
- Topic: Davebythesea is closing in
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Sometimes cats arrive and demand to be taken in. No amount of putting them outside or sticking notices up in the Post Office window seems to do any good. The odd thing is, that they never do this in an anti cat household. I'm not anti-cat I'm non-cat. And have a fear of having to look after a livin...
- Fri Oct 27, 2006 5:38 pm
- Forum: General Chat - CH Stuff
- Topic: Confessions Of A CH Pupil
- Replies: 120
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Pinky was the nickname of a teacher who had been there years but left in the mid-90s, just can't remember his name. Think he taught in the prep block in my day. "Pinky" Palmer ? 'Pinky' Wright I would suggest 'Hemel' Hempstead and 'Hammer' Alexander also come to mind. Yes, "Pinky" Wright, that's th...
Tooting comes from the original settlement founded by the 'Tota' people in the 5th century. how on earth do I know that?! must have read too much local history! And Bec (as in Tooting Bec) comes from the French abbot who owned the land. There is Becmead Avenue in Streatham and other Bec things.