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Chris_Baker

This may or may not develop, depending on take-up and feedback, but I have just added the first edition of a free, downloadable newsletter to my websites: Napoo! 

 

You are welcome to try it and to subscribe for future editions.

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Neill Gilhooley

Excellent Chris - I hope an A-Z of slang will mean there will be at least a further 25...

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Dave66

Very good Chris, looking forward to future editions👍.

 

Dave.

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DavidOwen

Looks good!

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fellop

Excellent, have subscribed and looking forward to more editions.

 

 

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keithfazzani

Looks good, have subscribed

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Knotty

Happy to have subscribed , interesting “First” edition

 

John

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Alisonmallen62

Really interesting hope to read more

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themonsstar

Well done Chris looking forward to reading more of them.

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JasonMc

Well done, look forward to reading more.

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jonbem

Excellent. I like the Oppy detail. My great Uncle Fred fell 9th April 1917, on your modern map shown, bottom left, just near the Aire de repas de la Cressonier, approx. on the "des" just below that. He is buried at Orchard Dump, south west of Arleux-en-Gohelle.

 

regards

Jon

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Fattyowls

Superb Chris, I've just skipped through it and will settle down to read it properly when the cup of coffee that I have in my hand has raised my state of being from comatose to merely confused. I'm particularly interested in Oppy since visiting the village, but more recently from researching Joe Mercer senior, the father of the England, Everton and Arsenal player and Manchester City and briefly England manager. And manager of the Villa of course.....

 

Pete.

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James Brown

Fantastic Chris look forward to the series

 

JB

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SteveMarsdin

Thanks Chris,

 

An interesting mix of articles - excellent !

 

Steve

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charlie962

Excellent, well done. how do you find the time ?

Charlie

 

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