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Spoken article review
|Hi there, just wondering if you're still planning to review the audio file for the George Washington article as per the Spoken Wikipedia review list. If not, it's totally fine -- feel free to remove yourself from the list or I can do so. If you have already recorded the file please let me know. Thank you.|
Hi, can you make a comment about my new project Encyclopine.org
hi, Hi, can you make a comment about my new project Encyclopine.org?
Phone number for public phone box
I was pleased to see your photo of the K6 phone booth outside St. Mary's in Shoreham. Would you happen to have a phone number for it (if it indeed remains a public phone box with a number)? I am setting up an Easter Treasure Hunt remotely, using Google Earth, and would very much like to enable a small boy to cause the phone to ring. I'd be grateful f you could reply to gordonink at gmail.com before April 2nd, 2015.
Thanks in advance for your attention to the above,
CLIFTON TERRACE BRIGHTON
Hello to Hassocks5489
I used to live at Nos 22 and 23 Clifton Terrace in the 1940s and '50s. My Grandmother ran it as a boarding house from the mid 1920s and my Aunt and mother continued after her death in 1950, after which my aunt ran it on her own, as my mother and father moved house then to Hove. We returned in 1964 and managed student lodgings at No 22 but left in late '66 when I think it was sold to David Heneker, the lyricist and musician. Do you have any information as to when No 23 was sold? I am guessing that it must have been around 1967/8. The elderly residents were needing more care and there were stringent rules about fire protection etc, which my Aunt could not afford to have installed. I have visited Clifton Terrace recently and met the current owners of No 22 but was not able to call on No 23.
I would be most grateful for any further information.
jill Leslie (nee Okell) Garlands, Askrigg, N. Yorks. DL8 3HH Email: email@example.com