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Old 16th January 2021, 07:46 AM
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Not quite correct. Karno was a circus artist, comic , impressario and artists manager who mounted package shows for the halls and took troupes of discoveries, his army, like Chaplin and Laurel on tours of the states where they were poached by the fledgling studios.
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Hi Roger, thanks for the correction.
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southern rallys canceled shillingstone rally west bay rally chickerell rally all in dorset
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Old 28th January 2021, 10:43 PM
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The way things are going at the moment, do you think that once again we should forget about rallys this year and concentrate on 2022? At least with staycations and Brexit issues possibly more people will take their holidays in the UK next year and will thus be looking for attractions to attend eg Traction Engine Rallys!
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Old 29th January 2021, 07:49 AM
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Ah bring back the British sea side experience. Two weeks of rain sat under a damp umbrella on the front at Bognor. Cant wait.
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the roll out of the vaccine is going to take until late summer so my guess is that we may get some late rallys if they are willing to risk the outlay
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Old 29th January 2021, 08:18 PM
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If any rallies go ahead this year, most likely it'll be only the generations above me attending them. No word, as of yet of how soon the ones my generation or the one below, without any underlying health issues or working in the Care industry, will receive any. Shame there isn't enough available yet to do household by household - I'd be delighted if I could get it at the same time as my mum, I guess a dude can dream
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Ah bring back the British sea side experience. Two weeks of rain sat under a damp umbrella on the front at Bognor. Cant wait.
I am looking forward to being able to go away for a few days to get my head straight after the sudden and unexpected death of my wife a few weeks ago. You can tell how messed up I am, I did an online shopping order for next Monday with Tesco and my 24 year old grandson asked for a couple of extra items and it was already a big shop ie over 100.00. When I went on the website today I had only done the order for the wrong week as I had only ordered 3 items for Monday and the basket supplement and delivery outweighed the cost of the items. Also with the big shop instead of ordering Mini Kievs for my grandson I had ordered Turkey Dinosaurs! I had to delete the whole order apart from one item to keep my delivery slot and I had to redo the whole list correctly today and in the process I saved myself 27.00!!
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All of the Outdoorshows events are on now according to web site.
https://outdoorshows.co.uk/homepage/
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It will be advisable to buy tickets for events as they are limited to 4000 per day under government guide lines.
Confirmation by Government later this month.
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