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What Difference Would Extra Income Make to Your Life ? by David Taylor (Member 10103609) on 31-Dec-2008

Why not make a new resolution to change your life in 2009. I am looking for people who have experience in the Financial Services, Utilities or Sales Industries. I can offer a good opportunity for those who are prepared to put in effort on a part-time basis with a Footsie 250 Plc company to earn a regular residual income for life.

Visit my website for further info... more >>
Invite To Bristol Social Forum by munkeeunit (Member 10166886) on 22-Nov-2007

This is an invitation to join the Bristol Social Forum egroup. As a subscriber you will receive an average of 2 digests of regional group emails per week, so as not to overload your inbox, as well as being able to email your events, news, or resource requests and offers to all 1,000+ subscribers.

To join our egroup please send a blank email to the address below and then wait for, and ... more >>
My Berry Tree by LeCoach (Member 10169670) on 11-Sep-2007
The Berry Tree Overview:
You can make $1336 per month without sponsoring anyone or having to sell anything.

You can earn on everyone in the company. Even on people that joined before you!

This patent pending plan is totally unique, no one has anything ... more >>
Regional Media Expansion - Publish Your News! by munkeeunit (Member 10166886) on 11-Jul-2007

If you are part of an organisation, please pass this information on to other groups and individuals across the South West.

http://bristol.indy... more >>
More 'Votes' Than Evening Post - South West Welcome! by munkeeunit (Member 10166886) on 24-Mar-2007
More ‘Votes’ Than Evening Post – Bristol Indymedia – Publish Your News!

http://www.bristol.indym... more >>
Bristol Social Forum Invitation by munkeeunit (Member 10166886) on 12-Dec-2006

The Bristol Social Forum was launched on 30th April 2005. In that time our egroup has grown into a large and successful outlet, of over 700 subscribers, for activist and community news around Bristol, as well as regionally and nationally.

This is an invitation to join the egroup, and to receive news of events from group members. As a subscriber you will re... more >>
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.   
Uwist psychology reunion by brian (Member 10125747) on 13-Aug-2004
UWIST reunion seeking BEVERLEY Lee seeking SABINE Meigh/Mcveigh Richard BENDELOW, BLAIR McClure,GAYNOR Pierce UWIST Reunion late 70s/early 80s disco bar buffet 0 1482 21951 0 best interest seeking BEVERLEY Lee, SABINE Meigh/ McVeigh Cardiff Reunion late 70s/early 80s disco 0 1482 21951 0 best interest seeking BLAIR McClure www.psyreunion.comCardiff Reunion seeking GEUNOR P... more >>   
IWTV in Hurdcott by Anna-Louise Croft (Member 10120167) on 18-Mar-2004
IWTV is looking for camera people in Hurdcott, the candidates must own a digital handycam or be able to get hold of one. It is not necessary to be a professional cameraman/woman.

The job evolves around a great variety of sports, from football to martial arts, from skateboarding to darts, so having an interest in sports is a plus.

For more information please email me with your contact details... more >>
adoptee / birth parent search by gina (Member 10064319) on 5-Dec-2003
Born to be Found offer a Tracing Service for Adoptee's searching for Birth Parents. We also offer free advice to Birth Parents trying to trace Adopted persons. If you'd like to post a free message on our boards, please visit There is no obligation to use any of our offered Services. Good Luck Gina Gingell   
The East London Advertiser Online by dean saliba (Member 10045372) on 24-Oct-2003
Have you left the East End of London recently? Maybe you were born there and left when you were a child? Maybe you still have family and friends who live in the area? Would you like to read about what is going on around the East End of London? - -
Wilts Net by Alan (Member 10064267) on 4-Jun-2002
Wilts Net is officially being launched on 1st July 2002. Parts of our site are already open including our Business & Services Directory; Clubs & Organisations Directory; Wiltshire Events Guide; Free Classifieds; Discussion Forums (including Genealogy and Desperately Seeking...) and our latest edition - the Free E-Pals Services. Why not give us a visit at   
ha ha ha by davie johnson (Member 10037285) on 13-Jul-2001
At last stoner Gatch has got his dope cartoon and rastagatch site up - check out   
Searching for stepbrother by Marsha Highfield (Member 10024350) on 22-Mar-2001
Looking for stepbrother, 56-57 yrs. old. Father's name R. Gordon Cole. during wwll, 1943-44, was stationed at Aldershot, was a gunnar instructor in the Canadian Armored Corps. Went into London on leaves, Returned home to Canada when injured in bombings. Mother's name possibly Emma, not sure, only hope that son was told of father and given a name. Anyone knowing anything on this situation, please c... more >>   
Phone masts by Richard Miller-Williams (Member 10008277) on 20-Jan-2001
If you live near an electricity sub-station, particularly one owned by Southern Electric, and there are no mobile phone masts near you, beware. Southern electric might well allow a mobile phone company to install a mast and base station on their premises before the laws are tightened. At present masts can be within 50 metres of homes, but new legislation will bring in a limit of 200metres (in Aust... more >>   
Hurdcott Hill. WW1 Arrmy Camp site by John Woods (Member 10010533) on 21-Apr-2000
This army camp must have housed many thousands of Anzacs during WW1. They left behind a scuplture of the map of Australia and a number of medals in the chalk hillside. I would like to hear from anyone who has photos of the time and whether it would be possible to erect a small memorial on the site of the old Army Camp.
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