Monthly Archives: August 2017

Princess Diana – Her light is UNDIMINISHED.

Twenty years on, the magic of Diana, Princess of Hearts and her influence on ordinary people shows absolutely no signs of abating. Glancing back on the numerous Royal family members that we have been ‘subject’ to in Britain, it is... Read More

“Original Flava’s” from Thornton Heath

Craig and Shaun McAnuff are two brothers who are creating the beginnings of an amazing food empire and are really putting Caribbean cuisine on the map from their home kitchen in Thornton Heath. They already have a Facebook following of... Read More

All or Nuffink Mates!

A great little musical about sixties icons The Small Faces has been playing to sell out audiences at the Rose Theatre, Kingston, and is about to go on a nationwide tour this coming autumn. This excellent show was written by Carol... Read More

And First Place Goes to ………..

Well –  It was only to be expected, Lee Maxey has achieved FIRST PLACE (against some very stiff competition from his many worthy rivals) with  his suberbly restored 1960’s Lambretta, at this years “Brighton Modernist and 60’s weekender”. Lee, pictured... Read More

“Fangs Guys” – Taylor Bites Back!

Following on from her recent controversial three snake videos posted on social media, Taylor Swift is shortly to to reward her fans with a new album. Ahead of the album she has today released an interesting single “Look What You... Read More

Sickly Come Prancing Returns!

Well strictly will be back on our screens on September 9th I hear – I can’t wait!!! Admittedly, I am possibly the only citizen in the UK who does not get it, but I do question why this programme has... Read More

Something’s Gonna Change Our World – Hopefully?

I really cannot believe or even “imagine” it. Apparently, a plan for students at a Grammar School in Karachi have had to abandon their plans to sing John Lennon’s classic peace song “Imagine” at their school concert. Complaints have been... Read More

How to spot a Tory!!!

An excerpt  from Michael Deacon’s column in today’s Daily Telegraph which rather appealed to moi. HOW TO SPOT A TORY: “Recognising a Tory is usually very simple. They have green scin, red eyes, scales,claws, pointy tails and big sharp fangs,... Read More

Should Carnival be moved elsewhere?

No F***ING  WAY MATE! It has been suggested by the recently appointed Minister for London  Greg Hands, that the Notting Hill Carnival  which was founded by Trinidadian born journalist and activist Claudia Jones way back in 1958, be moved. What????... Read More

Hello Halo Hello!

An interactive, LED-lit, halo device that will help people find their way around Croydon’s changing streetscape has been crowned winner of the Croydon i-street competition. The halos which come in three forms – a simple ring, a ribbon and a... Read More