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Old 5th June 2022, 16:08   #61
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Easy fix, replace it with a Saltire
Well you're in luck: I just happen to have one handy.

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Old 5th June 2022, 17:10   #62
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My own "royal" ancestry was taken out on the instructions of a french knight, paid for and then further rewarded, by an english monarch in the dim and distant past. I may have been robbed of my "royal" heritage but I am still here to carry on the name. I'm currently "Jubileed out" but am happy for others to enjoy or not as they please. I could definitely have seen the money better spent elsewhere but the ones who are still celebrating seem to be enjoying themselves.

I've just been having a laugh at all those "rear end lickers" who seem to carry on and on doing it, because they got a badge from her. The only person that I know that received one such badge, was, on the surface, a "loyal" servant but in reality was a drunken, idle oaf. I know this because I had to clear up his mess and run his company in his "absences"! The "badged" are not always what they seem.

She's a grand old girl and has worked well for the country.
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Old 5th June 2022, 17:34   #63
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Well that was that. Didn't she do well? my personal opinion.
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Old 5th June 2022, 18:54   #65
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Attended an event in our town centre that was a joint car show and street party. I managed to get all three of our Longbridge cars there and all three were well received considering what other cars were on show


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Thanks for posting all of these, although I am am not a royalist it's nice to hear and see what people have been doing. It's still part of my heritage so thanks
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As Mark [Sworks] has said a 70th Anniversary Jubilee event incorporating a car show was held in Whitehaven on Saturday.

A group of Members from this Club comprising; [from left to right] Silvervixen, Bluejon, Steamrally & Angie, BRI & Pink Dutchess, & Actros attended, along with glorious weather a very enjoyable day was had.

Many thanks to James Street Events for allowing us to attend, very much appreciated & feel sure we would love to attend any future events.





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As Mark [Sworks] has said a 70th Anniversary Jubilee event incorporating a car show was held in Whitehaven on Saturday.

A group of Members from this Club comprising; [from left to right] Silvervixen, Bluejon, Steamrally & Angie, BRI & Pink Dutchess, & Actros attended, along with glorious weather a very enjoyable day was had.

Many thanks to James Street Events for allowing us to attend, very much appreciated & feel sure we would love to attend any future events.





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As Mark [Sworks] has said a 70th Anniversary Jubilee event incorporating a car show was held in Whitehaven on Saturday.

A group of Members from this Club comprising; [from left to right] Silvervixen, Bluejon, Steamrally & Angie, BRI & Pink Dutchess, & Actros attended, along with glorious weather a very enjoyable day was had.

Many thanks to James Street Events for allowing us to attend, very much appreciated & feel sure we would love to attend any future events.





Cracking shots!

Superb photos John which should be included in the next club calendar, nicely captured and beautiful looking.
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Well that was that. Didn't she do well? my personal opinion.
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