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Monthly Archive: ‘July, 2012’

We will drive you round the bend

  A lot of people have been driven around the bend by us over the years, so we are told, but now you won’t mind if we do as we have sponsored one of the key roundabouts in Brent. Not quite Buckingham Palace as a tourist attraction, nor the London Eye, but the Barham Park […]
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Hurlingham in the rain

I just wanted to say on behalf of us all at the Club thank you for putting together such a great team for us for the Family Picnic evening on Saturday!   It was an absolute pleasure to have James and his team on site, they worked with the soggy ground exceptionally well and with […]
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More Irvin Family History Information.

Wanted to share with you some correspondence between Steve Smith who is Editor of the Fairground Society and our friend Malcolm Gill:   Hi Steve I delved into your details of James Irvin and his four sons James, George, Henry and William. Here’s what I have. James Abraham Irvin married Elizabeth Young 27 Sep 1842 […]
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Did anyone notice it has rained lately?

You may not have noticed but over the past few weeks there has been a drop of rain or two, so we thought we could show you some images from fairs around the country. When we think we have had a bad time recently, we just look at these from Newcastle!
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Weather does not detract from wonderful Canada Day celebrations.

You may have noticed it is slightly damp at present, but nothing dampened the enthusiasm of the crowds enjoying wonderful Canada Day in the heart of London, indeed in Trafalgar Square. Here is what the organisers, Rainmaker, said about it, and can we just say they not only organise a great event but their company […]
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