Discussion in 'Bulletin Board' started by RedKestrel, Jul 12, 2018 at 4:26 PM.
Shaun Dooley still lives around there and gues to matches
Michail Antonio lived in Darton when he played for Sheff Weds & Nottingham Forest.
Played for Donny Rovers as well. At one game the ball was really dark brown in colour.
Charlie ran over to where the kids enclosure was to take the throw. He picked the ball up
and made a shaking motion with his hands. With a big grin on his face, he said to us young 'ins in the pen
" just shekkin it to mek sure there's no milk in it."!!! He then ran back into the Rovers box splitting his sides.
Had the pleasure of meeting him at a Duke of Edinburgh Awards presentation night many years later.
He was guest of honour. In his opening welcome address he said " when I knew this night 'wor for kids
I had no hesitation in accepting. I love kids me. Mindst you 'a couldn't eyt a full 'un."
Took great delight in taking the rise out of himself and as a result, everyone I knew loved Charlie.
Never ever resorted to crudity to make people laugh. A truly great character.
Mary Parkinson in Cudworth
Becky Mcdonald, lass off Coranation St, Katherine Kelly dunt know what area though
Harold Goodwin.. Wombwell.
My Mrs is certainly no teacake, but... I did once convince her that Elton John was Mapplewell born and bred, still lived there and was a regular in Eastfield Arms.
Not quite sure this is over relevant to this thread mind.
Though there's plenty from town who've had lead roles on a flagship programme on BBC1 (Crimewatch) if that redeems me.
Old town but now wooley grange
Lindhurst Rd Athersley
How's OGC doing?
Stan Richards was a regular drinker in the Grey Horse, an Old Town pub.
He wouldn't travel there from New Lodge would he?
Harry Worth . Pilley
Barry Hines . Hoyland Common
Correct then to Cavendish road
Joanna Lumley - Lundwood
Joanne Harris is still local.
An I allowed to mention the chuckle brothers who had a shop in Wombwell.
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