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General Discussion / Re: Licence fee.
« on: May 22, 2009, 09:27 AM »
it costs 142.50 for colour and 48.00 for b/w. wonder how many have black and white?

Ask a question.... / Re: New Charter
« on: May 22, 2009, 09:21 AM »
new charter is a housing organisation and took over properties that were prev. owned by tameside council. they also funded the new school that will soon be opening which was hartsead and stamford and last year bought all the school uniforms for both schools ready for this new charter acadamy.

Ask a question.... / Re: New Charter
« on: May 22, 2009, 01:11 AM »
had a letter from new charter yest. saying they couldn't get access to my property to inspect my new bathroom. WHAT! I havent a new bathroom and new charter don"t own my property. We do however pay rent to them for an extended garden which was 17 pounds ayear now 170 pounds. inflation????

Talking about Ashton / Re: Old Refurbished Market Hall
« on: May 19, 2009, 08:35 AM »
yes jan maybe east anglians are lovely but I still love the northern down to earth banter. Maybe I've lived here too long unlike you and am biased

General Discussion / Re: Expenses Sweepstake (Poll)
« on: May 17, 2009, 10:33 PM »
I'm also voting UKIP this time and after speaking to my son and partner today  they are of the same mind and I think a lot of people will be doing the  same and choosing alternatives from the usual 3 parties.

Talking about Ashton / Re: Old Refurbished Market Hall
« on: May 16, 2009, 11:06 PM »
I also been today as off work at moment till wednesday and although the character of old market isn't there its nice to be able to go there still. I bought pork pie and some burnt muffins and salmon paste. The friendly market workers make up for having a different building. You just can't beat northern people for their customer service as just back from ely cambs. and notice difference!!!!!

I have mixed feelings about my time at AGS but there were good times. My favourite teachers were Mrs Brett Mr Brayne Mr crompton and Mrs Hetherington who also taught my husband at philip howard glossop. I always felt sorry for Mr shepherd science because he couldn't cope with the discipline and this was picked up by pupils.

Ashton's Night Life / Re: Recommended Ashton pubs
« on: May 13, 2009, 10:51 PM »
when we want to go out to a pub we find either AShton utd. or Lord Nelson, Nook Lane very friendly and reasonable prices but must admit it's cheaper but not sociable to buy from supermarkets and we like to talk to people so it's good to have a nice local.

Ask a question.... / Re: Parochial school.
« on: May 13, 2009, 10:34 PM »
I was at parochial from '66 until July '72 and would love to hear from people from the same. Mr Gillyatt? was the headmaster then and had a book published for the 11+ practise made perfect to enable us to go to grammar school and a lot of us did but I wonder if it was an advantage for us sometimes or not.

Ask a question.... / Re: Capitals & Lowercase words
« on: May 13, 2009, 10:12 PM »
hi big sister! Better make sure I make no mistakes here lol. You are right. We can be a bit lazy on the old grammar but I must admit when texting or chatting we do resort to the fast way of talking as it doesn't seem like the old way of communicating. We just need to remember how to converse properly when needed 8)

General Discussion / Re: Welcome to the new Forum!
« on: May 10, 2009, 07:51 PM »
going to ely cambs. tomorrow and hoping to get my mum who's 82 on board as she tried last year to join you all with no luck but i've promised to do it this time. She was born on turner Lane and lived for years in ashton so she looking forward to joining in with your conversations! ;D

Ask a question.... / Re: Parochial school.
« on: May 10, 2009, 07:58 AM »
I went to parochial school as well and not got any photos either. My sisters had photos from their previous school before they came to ashton but I dont remember ever having any done. I was the youngest and it was my first school in 1966.

General Discussion / Re: Welcome to the new Forum!
« on: May 09, 2009, 09:10 PM »
i feel i know so many of you  even tho' i couldn't join in but sad that groovin gran not around as loved her input to everything and am grateful to martin for all his hard work.

General Discussion / Re: Welcome to the new Forum!
« on: May 09, 2009, 08:42 PM »
it was great tonight to access this group tonight as been trying for 12 months to join and my sister from cambridge was a member and i that actually lives in ashton couldn't join :) :)

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