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Poor Old Duke of York - once the centre of Camberley life!

Here is the proud designer of the 1966 Camberley Carnival programme cover, next to the following page which explains that the Duke of York is the headquarters for the whole organisation.     11 more words


Where are Camberley's most 'congenial surroundings'?

Actually, it looks, from the adverts in this 1966 publication that there was something of a competition between Pages (Camberley’s original department store) and Harveys.  The latter have put, in big letters at the bottom of the advertisement, that they are OPEN ALL DAY EVERY MONDAY.   22 more words


Best Camberley fertilizer - from the sewage works!

I couldn’t resist including some of the advertisements from the 1966 Camberley Carnival programme – looks like the town was good at recycling even then?


A quote from Educting Rita

FRANK:  Do you know Yeats?
RITA:  The wine lodge?
FRANK:  No, WB Yeats, the poet.
RITA:  No.
FRANK:  Well, in his poem ‘The Wild Swans At Coole’, Yeats rhymes the word “swan” with the word “stone”.  19 more words


Old Hickory's Axe

Andrew Jackson nearly lost everything in 1795… He had worked tirelessly to build himself up from frontier orphan to respected lawyer and public servant.  Jackson was the epitome of the self-made man, a true American success story.  211 more words


Roundtable album review: Aeon Zen – Ephemera

Label: Nightmare Records

Release Date: 1 September 2014

Songs: 9

Length: 42 minutes

Genre: Progressive Metal

Studio Albums: 3 full-length + 1 EP

Location: UK 420 more words

Progressive Metal