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This is the place where Brummies come to chat about Birmingham old and new along with anything else that interests us.
We have Quizzes, Pizzas, Local History, News, Politics, Wedding Cake, Plum Pudding, Champagne, Easter Eggs and, above all, Respect for our fellow members.
see phil...i told you so...johns not interested....lol....well im just having another cuppa and then i shall plant some polys out in the front garden...was given a few the other day...whats your plan of action john...
, Tue Oct 19, 2010 12:13 pm
Well lads and lassies, Lu Lu's was nothing more exciting than a high class hat shop in London. Just got back from doing the job, now have another bigger job for, funnily enough another hat shop, but this time a very high class shirt, hat, and hosiers in Jermyn St. London. No rest for the wicked.
, Tue Oct 19, 2010 5:24 pm
I think each person convicted and then fined is charged a fixed surcharge of £15. The official explanation of what happens to it is this. "It will be paid into a fund aimed at helping improve services for victims of crime, and will be fixed at a flat rate regardless of the size of the fine." In plain English most of it will go in salaries for those managing and running the fund.
, Tue Oct 19, 2010 6:43 pm
It's just me after a typical night out, I'll tell you what it was a long time before Red Nose day was thought of. I was on holiday at Presthaven Sands Holiday Camp at Prestatyn in the early 70's that was before it was taken over by Hoseasons an organisation that I am not keen on.