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Modern Jive & WCSwing Competitons/Workshops 2008 by S.B (Member 10184513) on 27-Apr-2008
MODERN JIVE & WEST COAST SWING
FREESTYLE, WORKSHOPS & COMPETITION
SATURDAY 2ND AUGUST 2008
including the all new
**PROAM JIVE DIV... more >>
  
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AUDITIONS for a STAR DANCER 2007 by S.B (Member 10184513) on 21-Jun-2007
DANCE AUDITIONS//
We are looking for “funky” dancers to represent the UK in the World championships
In Germany JAN 2008//
Auditions to be held in
Hilton hotel, Blackpool, 20th July 2007//
More detailed informat... more >>
  
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Modern Jive & WEST COAST SWING Nights 2007 by S.B (Member 10184513) on 5-Jun-2007
MODERN JIVE & WEST COAST SWING (updated 6TH JUNE) HILTON HOTEL Nth Shore, BLACKPOOL 21 and 22 July 2007 (8pm till 1am)
Headliners invite you to the social evenings which will be part of the Headliners 4th Star Studded Championships on the weekend of 20 and 22 July.

This star studded event will feature special guests

Siobhan Dunn & James McLauchlan(Strictly Dance Fever, 1st&3rd in UK Swing ... more >>
  
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Psychic Readings by vicky leeson (Member 10109458) on 17-May-2007
Experienced Psychic reader can answer the questions you have been desperately asking. I am a Clairvoyant, an Empath and Medium. I am spirit guided but I can also read Tarot and Angel cards on request. I specialize in Love, money and bereavment. I offer a 20 minute reading for £10 but I have some special offers on at the moment. Why not email me with any questions liloroon74@yahoo.co.uk - Love and Light, Vicky   
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nicky huges aka foxcub by John Scattergood (Member 10078017) on 23-Nov-2006
Does anyone know this old blonde slapper, did live in Winsford, uses the cb in call sign foxcub. Had a really annoying bleep.   
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LOOKING FOR by lorna scott (Member 10143017) on 16-Nov-2006
a ronnie scahill originally from greenock scotland in his 50s would love to get some information on him as hes my uncle and i have never met him thanks   
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Paradyne Computer Systems by Mandy Croft (Member 10021839) on 29-Oct-2006
Wide range of blank media including CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R DVD-RW, Printable CD / DVD from TDK, Sony, Ritek, Infiniti, Philips, Maxell. DVD Writers.

Also printer labels, ink and inkjet photo paper.

www.paradynesystems.co.uk
  
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Glenis Owen, Charlecote Crescent. by tony davison (Member 10191137) on 7-Oct-2006
I love you. I have done since the moment we met and will until my dying day. Do you remember the friendly flotel at Northwich. I remember every second.   
  • Re: Glenis Owen, Charlecote Crescent. by tony davison (Member 10191137) on 9-Oct-2006
    In sober light of morning, we realise there Just might coincidentally be an actual person out there.If any offence or embarrassment has been caused by our fictitious drunken practical joke playing, we aplogise.

  • Re: Glenis Owen, Charlecote Crescent. by tony davison (Member 10191137) on 22-Nov-2008
    Glenis, This is Tony and I can't hide it anymore. I love you.

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FREE COUNSELLIN IN CREWE by dave owens (Member 10073612) on 18-Sep-2006
FREE COUNSELLING IN CREWE!
THE SOUTH CHESHIRE COMMUNITY COUNCIL IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE ACQUIRED THE SERVICES OF A NEW COUNSELLOR.
OUR NEW COUNSELLOR TRACEY, WILL BE AVAILABLE TO CLIENTS EVEY FRIDAY COMMENCING ON THE 29TH OF SEPTEMBER, 2006
THE HOURS WILL BE:
FRIDAY- 10A... more >>
  
  • Re: FREE COUNSELLIN IN CREWE by Sian Williams (Member 10258709) on 2-Mar-2011
    Hi, can you please advise if this service is still avavilable

    Thank you

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Calling all proud Crewers by charlotte (Member 10190946) on 9-Aug-2006
Are you a proud local who can talk with passion about why you love your home town? As an insider do you know the best places to go that would be of interest to vistors? Anyone who knows a bit of history about their locality (particularly if it’s a bit juicy or gruesome) would be fantastic. Any help gratefully received!

Charlotte@centini.co.uk
  
  • Re: Calling all proud Crewers by tony davison (Member 10191137) on 22-Nov-2008
    No. I'm 67 and never liked it as a child. I less like it now. The council must be one of the worst in the country. Although the are very good at horti and aboriculture, and I applaud them for that.
    Tell Glenis that I love her.

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Holiday Breaks in Blackpool by KEITH NODDINGS (Member 10006943) on 9-May-2006
Privately owned 6-berth Holiday homes available for hire on Marton mere Holiday Village, Blackpool. Visit www.l-k-holidayhomes.co.uk for more details.   
  • Re: Holiday Breaks in Blackpool by KEITH NODDINGS (Member 10006943) on 9-Dec-2006
    Taking Bookings Now for 2007 season.....Visit www.l-k-holidayhomes.co.uk for more details.

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brothel by steve (Member 10174714) on 18-Jan-2006
are there any brothels in crewe,if so where are they and what are there rates   
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Rolling Stones in Crewe? by Geoff Collier (Member 10157782) on 11-Nov-2005
I just noticed a website that listed the "Town Tall" in Crewe as one of the venues played by the Stones in 1963. Normally I'd just see it as a misprint but there was no town hall that I was aware of. Does anyone know if there was a Town Tall?   
  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by Christine Cooper (Member 10008952) on 17-Nov-2005
    The Town Hall in Crewe which was also a dance hall. Stood in the spot on the corner of Earl St and Prince Albert St where the mindeless councillors now want to move the war memorial to.

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by Geoff Collier (Member 10157782) on 25-Nov-2005
    Thanks. I remember visiting the library on that spot so i guess it was the same building. Then I remember seeing it demolished in about 1970 from the new library area.

    Was the town hall used for a lot of gigs?

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by dave owens (Member 10073612) on 25-Apr-2006
    The Rolling Stones played Crewe Town Hall on the 10th November 1963 - Bill Wyman (former Stone) wrote to me on the 21st May 1991 and recalled: "We left Newcastle in the afternoon by van and drove to Crewe and played a show at the Sunday Star Club at the Town Hall (which was demolished in 1967) between 7.30pm and 11pm. Tickets were 5/6d. We arrived pretty late. I blew my bass amp again and also bro... more >>

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by tony davison (Member 10191137) on 12-Aug-2006
    The Stones played at the Majestic Ballroom in High Street (which is now Apollo Cinema, as did Gene Vincent, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Freddie and the Dreamers et al, Except the Beatles.

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by dave owens (Member 10073612) on 15-Aug-2006
    Hi Tony
    Sorry but I have to diasgree with you re the Stones at the Majestic.

    There is no record of this in Bill Wyman's mighty tome, 'Rolling with thw Stones'. As you may know, Wyman was the Stones' 'historian/diarist' and, as such, he kept meticulous records.

    Indeed, I have 2 letters from 'Old Stoneface' himself where he recalls the night the guys played Crewe - I'll submit these details ... more >>

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by tony davison (Member 10191137) on 15-Aug-2006
    I just happened to be there at the time.

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by Pete Houston (Member 10196331) on 26-Oct-2006
    I have no recollection of the Stones playing at the Majestic. The Beatles played there twice on consecutive Mondays in August '62, the first time with Pete Best & the second with Ringo.

    The Stones definitely played at the Town Hall in November '63, which I'm sure was their only appearance in Crewe. They were supported that night by a local group called Dene Wayne and the Exiles which I joined a... more >>

  • Dene Wayne & The Exiles by Phil (Member 10204103) on 8-Mar-2007
    Hello Pete, I saw Dene Wayne & The Exiles many times in Crewe between 1964 through to about 1971. I remember they changed their name to The Magic Moments around 1966 then reverted back to the original name. I always thought that they were really good considering it was just guitar, bass and drums with a vocalist. You bought Chris Dunne's (Ex Krinks) Fender bass didn't you? In 1964, I was a 14 year... more >>

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by Pete Houston (Member 10196331) on 27-Nov-2007
    Hi Phil, have only now returned to this site & found your message! I remember you and Vanda & the Vandals. Yes I'm living in Melbourne now, came out here in '83. The name of the band was changed in '64 when we were signed up to The Roy Tempest Organisation, he of the (un)Original Drifters notoriety. He chose the name, we all hated it and we had our legs pulled over it nearly everywhere we played. ... more >>

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by Ted Socha (Member 10226549) on 23-Jul-2008
    Hi Phil remember me vandas brother accordion player would love to hear from you or anyone else who remembers me Ted

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by STEVE KENNY (Member 10242121) on 5-Nov-2009
    ROY TEMPEST - - -

    Dear all,

    Roy Tempest is currently writing a book about his time in showbiz which is also being made into a movie with Spielberg being interested in direct... more >>

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by Adrian Drifter (Member 10245794) on 17-Mar-2010
    Not only Steven Spielberg has offered to make a movie out of Roy Tempest’s anthology of delightful short well written stories but I have reliable information that the BBC is in the midst of a bidding war with channel 4 over serial rights.
    Roy Tempest is a promoter, He was the manger for the following – Elvis, The Drifters, Grateful Dead, Led Zepplin,U2, Pink Floyd, Johnny Cash the Carpenters... more >>

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by Adrian Drifter (Member 10245794) on 17-Mar-2010
    I mean the Roy Tempest of Bethnal Green who managed the Carpenters and who owns the kentucku Fried chiken outlets in Arizona and Texas. He has written a superb book according to those who read the manuscript. His tree daughters are doing the publicity and marketing

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by Adrian Drifter (Member 10245794) on 17-Mar-2010
    You mean the Roy Tempest who brought Elvis to the Albert Hall. lived nest door to him in Wallance road off Brick Lane. Old Jewish family from Russia came to the East end in 1902 Roy was born in 1937 - He first became agent for Jhonny Cash in the 1960s but few knew that he himself was part of a band called the Moody Bloomies.

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by Adrian Drifter (Member 10245794) on 17-Mar-2010
    I remember the Elvis concert well - Roy went to Germany and organised Elvis when the singer was on a three day leave from the Army. I would love to read the book and the background to this. I think Roy wrote the lyrics of Mosse Den. I first saw Roy when he was debating in the Oxford Union - The motion was - Does Post Colonial Britan deserve a perment seat in the Security Council. A brilliant speak... more >>

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by rick (Member 10247250) on 21-May-2011
    Whatever happened to the promised Roy Tempest book
    It was expected in December 2010
    Any news ? is it going to be published ?

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by mark edgley (Member 10270800) on 17-Feb-2012
    The rolling stones defiantly played in crewe in 1963 , i can confirm this 100% because my grandad Richard Edgley booked them .
    HE booked artist`s under the name of Edgley Entertainment ,and the stones were one of many top artist`s that played at the town hall i have still got the posters advertizing the group`s and photo`s of the artist`s on stage including mick jagger and the stones.

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by mark edgley (Member 10270800) on 17-Feb-2012
    The rolling stones defiantly played in crewe in 1963 , i can confirm this 100% because my grandad Richard Edgley booked them .
    HE booked artist`s under the name of Edgley Entertainment ,and the stones were one of many top artist`s that played at the town hall i have still got the posters advertizing the group`s and photo`s of the artist`s on stage including mick jagger and the stones.

  • Re: Rolling Stones in Crewe? by Andy Pennance (Member 10282987) on 17-Feb-2013
    Mark Edgley - Hello Mark, would be interested to use your photo of the Stones at the Town Hall and any other info you may have re your Grandad's involvement in the local music scene for a book I am putting together. Hope that is possible? if so give me a ring on 07403 283725,
    Cheers, Andy

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Looking for sex in crewe by stevek4 (Member 10168875) on 9-Nov-2005
is there anyone in the area looking for a regular discreet daytime sex???   
  • Re: Looking for sex in crewe by tony davison (Member 10191137) on 12-Aug-2006
    Yes please, recreational daytime sex. I would definately love that. However, you MUST be female.

  • Re: Looking for sex in crewe by tony davison (Member 10191137) on 7-Oct-2006
    Are there NO ladies who aren't frustrated in that department?

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Megan bonnell by xxpixie1987xx (Member 10148306) on 11-Oct-2005
hi does ne1 no megan bonnell,i no she lives in crewe,was jus wunderin wb ne1 hu doesx x x   
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Ash Road, Crewe by Malcolm Jackson (Member 10123942) on 6-Sep-2005
I lived at 11 Ash Road from 1954 to 1956 and went to Beech St school. Used to go to the Saturday morning pictures at the Odeon and the local methodist church on Sundays. Hated Sundays. All my pals out playing and my sister and I had to stay indoors. The hypocrisy of it all. My farther tried to set up a hair dressing business and thought that if he looked religious and attended church he would get ... more >>   
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Bipolar Self Help Group by dave owens (Member 10073612) on 5-Jul-2005
The South Cheshire Community Council, a service user led mental health charity based in Crewe, would like to hear from anyone who would like to form a Bipolar self help group.

The SCCC, based in the Imperial Chambers, Prince Albert Street are able to offer free usage of our Community Room to anyone interested. The room will be available for weekday evenings.

For further information contact u... more >>
  
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Evelyn Harris by Ivor Hoole (Member 10012646) on 16-Apr-2005
I'm still trying to trace Evelyn Harris (maiden name)who used to live in Crewe and during the early 70s worked at Morning Foods. Evelyn will now be about 54. She is disable. If anyone has information I would appreciate it.   
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Volunteer Counsellor Required by dave owens (Member 10073612) on 14-Mar-2005
The South Cheshire Community Council would like to hear from a suitably qualified counsellor who is able to work on a voluntary basis for us - although we are willing to pay counselling supervision costs

The SCCC, established in 1991, is a mental health support group/charity based in the Imperial Chambers, Prince Albert Street Crewe.

For further info ring 01270 252600, or call in - we are s... more >>
  
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ROUND TABLE by Mike (Member 10148128) on 12-Mar-2005
Males age 18 to 45 (& your families if applicable) - Would you like to make friends with other like minded individuals, have great nights out, AND benefit your local community by helping to raise £000's of pounds of charity money? Meet fortnightly + occassional weekend socials - great opportunity for existing and new people to the area. Ring Mike on Crewe 01270 522762 for further info   
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