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Lee Tower - a Memory of Lee.

The Tower also had a bowling alley and the restaurant was a Chinese.  As a teenager I worked up enough courage to ask a girl for my first dance at the Tower's ballroom.  We used to park our motorbikes outside the "Bluebird Cafe" opposite and had the odd pint of scrumpy cider for Dutch courage.  I was very sad to see the Tower demolished as it had everything a teenager needed for a good night out.

A memory shared by Gordon Brown on May 28th, 2007. Send Gordon Brown a message

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