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Ian Park
Sunday, January 17, 2010 11:05
my village
My name is ian and i was born and bred in this beautiful village,my relatives and ancesters have been in this village since the start of the last century and before mybe.
We welcome people to this village with open arm's, but now and again you get some what we call offcumdem's that moan about thing's they dont understand,all i can say is that is if you can not stand the heat get out of the kitchen.
Sorry about this moan but i love my village and i dont see any thing wrong in praising something that you hold dear.
Ian Park
Yvonne Wiseman
Sutton
Sunday, January 17, 2010 20:40
I came from the other side of the border to move here and I love this village.
I would not live anywhere else.
Lets all work together to keep Sutton just as it is.

Keep smiling : )
Andrew Monkhouse
Hanoi, Vietnam
Sunday, January 17, 2010 22:35
Ian Park, a blast from the past, how ya doing buddy? Remember the Hartleyís Mill days, you, me, Fred Tennant, Alan Vasey, Colin Simons, George Bedford, Sandy, Pete Seward, Allen Chapman?

I see youíre still living in Main Street, Sutton. I left Sutton when I was 20 and ideally would like to spend my twilight years living back in Sutton reminiscing. But of course predicting oneís own demise is fraught with unpredictability!

Donít worry about the whiners buddy, itís what makes us all different. Where Iím living at the moment people love to tell me that the English invented whinging, but believe me when I tell you the Australianís have since perfected it!
David Harper
Invercargill, New Zealand
Monday, January 18, 2010 08:45
Ditto the kiwis Andrew, but I shall be back in the village for my fix of Sutton this summer.
David Laycock
Wednesday, January 27, 2010 22:48
Hi Ian, David, Yvonne and Andrew,
Just like to say I agree with you all re Sutton. We have those "articles" available over here and "no worries mate" As one person said "If you can't wake up in the morning with a smile on your face ---stick a clothes hanger in your mouth before you go to bed"!
Ian Park
Friday, January 29, 2010 16:57
Good to see the heart has not gone out village life even if you are thousands of miles away. Good to hear from you andrew, thought that you had forgotten your old pal and the other people that agreed with my comment's.
To all our friend's in oz and the land of the long white cloud, good on ya cobber.
Ian Park



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