Tizer pop photos

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Post by Whyperion » 03 Nov 2013, 00:44

The three Lledo Days Gone that I am aware of.

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Post by Tripps » 03 Nov 2013, 11:41

The vans predate me, but good to see they got the address right, though perhaps they might have said New Moston. My primary school was very close by.
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Post by Tizer » 03 Nov 2013, 14:28

Thanks for that Whippy, it's good to know that Tizer is still appreciated! I wonder if Tripps' school gave the children Tizer instead of milk?

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Post by Tripps » 03 Nov 2013, 15:54

Tizer wrote:Thanks for that Whippy, it's good to know that Tizer is still appreciated! I wonder if Tripps' school gave the children Tizer instead of milk?
I don't think so. The nuns told us that chewing gum was made from dead cats and dogs - we wisely never asked about Tizer. :laugh5:
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Re: Tizer pop photos

Post by Whyperion » 08 Mar 2014, 21:10

Front Cover Of Alan Oxley's Book on Midland General, Robin Hood Publishing, 2000
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Post by Tizer » 09 Mar 2014, 10:32

I'm glad to see Mr Oxley has good taste! (What a lovely old bus, they don't mek `em like that these days!)

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