Stewart Miller's superb pictures of Scarborough were very nostalgic for me. I was born and grew up here. The picture of the hungry gull shows the very spot where, as an adventurous but somewhat misguided young varmint I used to play 'depth charge' at this time of the year. It wasn't long after the end of World War ll and fireworks, which had been non existent for some time, were just coming back onto the market. Children's games had for a while been war-combat based, racing around with…Continue
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We've got a brand new fun to enter competition on the Food & Drink page.
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This is not really about a last DVD but the post reminded me of our children when they were small. My husband would play CDs in the car and the children would sing along to them, one day the youngest said, dad can you play that song called Busy? well hubby and I were bemused we couldn't think of a song with that name, so we asked if he could sing a little bit of it, and this is what he sung. I'm so busy my legs are spinning and they hurt Paul, it never ends. Of course he wanted us to play…Continue
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This month we have a brand new competition for you to enter on the Sixtyplusurfers Chat & Socialise page. This time we're looking for the Best Photograph of the Month.
The prize is this gorgeous St Kew Willow Basket packed with some delicious goodies for you to enjoy including Clotted Cream Shortbread,…
We hope you are all well. We have now chosen a winner for 'The Like to Chat' Competition as featured in the September issue of Sixtyplusurfers.
The winning entry is by Maryemm who told us about her Wartime Evacuee Friend that she met in 1940 and she still enjoys chatting with her on the phone.
The prize is a Doro PhoneEasy…