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Commonwealth Day – great memories

Denis Fuller

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As a cricket lover since I first discovered the game at the age of nine I’d always dreamed of watching cricket in the West Indies. I was able to make that dream come true earlier this month. Our first  stop was Antigua, where England were involved in a 50 over series with the West Indies.  We stayed on Jolly Beach; (strangely enough featured in the ‘Discover’ section of the Sunday Telegraph , March 16th); the England cricket party were staying at the other end of the beach and could be seen in the nearby supermarket and beach restaurants. One of the ‘places to visit in Barbados is the old garrison – you’ll notice the racecourse  -the venue for the Gold Cup,  attended it seemed by most of the population of Barbados on March 9th -fantastic atmosphere! We stopped by to visit the garrison on March 7th, where I noticed a…

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These boots are made for walking – but now they are STILL FOR SALE

These boots are made for walking – but now they are STILL FOR SALE.

These boots are made for walking – but now they are STILL FOR SALE

Denis Fuller

Before I start waffling – these top-of- the -range boots are for sale  – I’m open to offers. They’ve only got 30 miles on the clock and I cannot wear them. I’m not inclined  to resort to e-bay and have somebody offer 50p – if it comes to that I’ll give them to a charity shop. Heaven knows I already give a load of stuff to various charity shops. Last week it was a load of old cricket gear I’ll never use again unless England really get desperate and call me up. Week before it was some golf shoes. Anyway, as a keen rambler (more later) I decided a couple of years ago to get some new boots – and to really splash out. So off I went to Cotswold, and asked to see the very best boots in the shop, and this is them.  They are a pair of…

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