Reg
#1

Was watching city in 70s and 80s with mate called reg morgan. Anyone know him? would like to get in touch again. Used to drink in a pub called the windmill then.
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#2

I drank in the Windmill in the 70s with the
Twoomeys whos parents ran the bar at Horton Rd. Vaguely remember a Reg but havent seen any of that crowd since the late 70s sorry....
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#3

might know you mate. Severnside because you used to work the elvers? Steve Harris here, Reg worked down the docks, priday's. Good days in the windmill
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#4

Sadly no elvering for me.
But it's a long time ago isn't it!
How old where you in the 70s? I was 19 in 1975....
Perhaps we can catch up at the next home game if we can get in!!!!
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#5

I too drank in the Windmill in the seventies, with elvers every Friday!
Will ask around.
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#6

(05-06-2020, 03:34 PM)Severnside Wrote:  I drank in the Windmill in the 70s with the
Twoomeys whos parents ran the bar at Horton Rd. Vaguely remember a Reg but havent seen any of that crowd since the late 70s sorry....

If there's one too many O's in that, there's a Beverly than lives in Brockworth.

Sticking around a while yet, thanks to a gift from a generous angel.
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#7

I drank in the Windmill in the 80s not 70s, drank Captain Morgan but don't know Reg, know Severnside now but didn't then. I live near Brockworth but not in it, and know a Beverley who lives there, no Os in her name, but 3 Es .

I have eaten elvers, and I am heterosexual.

Close enough?

10 out of 10 for footballing zen
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#8

I'm old enough to remember a bloke driving his old banger car around Longlevens flogging elvers at half-a-crown a pound. Delicious! Wife cringes at the very thought of 'em though, but - good grief - loves lavabread!

Sorry to go off topic.
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#9

It was the squeak and pop when they hit the hot oil. Boiled and sometimes even eaten alive. Savage!

10 out of 10 for footballing zen
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#10

Elvers were lovely, just fried bit of butter. Didn't know a Beverley
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