West Bridgford Memories

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My parents, June Delicia Hancock and V. Neville Wright, now living in London, were married at St. Giles Church, West Bridgford, on 3rd April 1948 and are celebrating their Diamond Wedding Anniversary this week.

The 99 club was in the hotel, it was great in the 1970's. I worked in the hotel and met some fab people; seems like only yesterday. All the Forest players use to come in the 99 club from the 70's. Anyone remember the DJs Derek, Tex, Dave and Brian the manager. It was very popular back then, packed every night. When I (...Read full memory)

My parents, Joyce Richmond, daughter of 'Tich' Richmond, cricketer & Peter Browne were also married at St. Giles Church on the 3rd April 1948.

In September 1952 I was on my way to what was then French Indo China, now Vietnam. I was introduced to a young lady whilst in Nottingham visiting my parents. The date was September 19th. The meeting was 'arranged' by an old student friend and was in fact a 'blind date' The young lady (...Read full memory)