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Coming soon to Leigh Sports Village - the Leigh Pantomime

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Have just seen a promotional flyer for Leigh Sports Village’s next venture, the Leigh Pantomime…
 

Gasp! As CinderEmmitt is told she can’t go to the ball
 

Jeer! As the Ugly Sister (Stuart Littler) repeatedly tries to argue with Wishy Washy (Ben Thaler)
 

Boo! As Baron Barlow huffs and puffs and threatens everybody, still upset that the Golden Flat Cap he tried the previous year didn’t fit
 

Cheer! As Fairy Godmother Faisal The Good flies in from across the sea, and tells Baron Hardup (the Leigh board) his home is quite nice for a rented gaff
 

Hiss! As Crown Prince Brierley goes missing once again when confronted by the gallant Sir Greg of Worthingtonshire
 

Nod! As the ageing Widow Penky wonders where the best years of her life are, and the audience all bellow “Behind you!”
 

Marvel! As Buttons (Paul Rowley) goes for some audience participation with a sing-song, but has to point out the complex lyrics to local chart-topper “Oh Leigh” with a stick and a blackboard
 

Groan! As the audience are told they will have to leave the venue before the stroke of midnight, or the event will turn into a car boot sale

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Just caught this bulletin from Radio Leeds

" West Yorkshire police are reminding Fev fans travelling over into Gods side o't hill on Sunday that horse drawn carriages must stick to the A roads and under no circumstances will be allowed to access the motorway, they are reminding fans to feed the ponies well before commencing the journey and ensure water is readily available

At border control extra staff have been put on to help those unable to read or write with the visa applications, anyone able to do so must ring up to arrange an appointment

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Just caught this bulletin from Radio Leeds

" West Yorkshire police are reminding Fev fans travelling over into Gods side o't hill on Sunday that horse drawn carriages must stick to the A roads and under no circumstances will be allowed to access the motorway, they are reminding fans to feed the ponies well before commencing the journey and ensure water is readily available

At border control extra staff have been put on to help those unable to read or write with the visa applications, anyone able to do so must ring up to arrange an appointment

Are they banning tool kits too? Cos with all the empty seats that will never, ever, get sat in, our lads might forget they don't need any more for the new stands at Fev and take a few back home with them. After all, they won't be needed at the LSV!  

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When I worked as a missionary in Manchester I always knew that I'd entered Lancashire from the change in road noise as the M62 surface changed to cobbles as I crossed the border...........

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And when you do cross into lancs , you can also notice that the sheep are wearing chastity belts

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Just caught this bulletin from Radio Leeds

" West Yorkshire police are reminding Fev fans travelling over into Gods side o't hill on Sunday that horse drawn carriages must stick to the A roads and under no circumstances will be allowed to access the motorway, they are reminding fans to feed the ponies well before commencing the journey and ensure water is readily available

At border control extra staff have been put on to help those unable to read or write with the visa applications, anyone able to do so must ring up to arrange an appointment

Wasn't British Leyland a Lancashire outfit?

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Three Fev lads walking home from the pub: They take a shortcut through the graveyard to the road. When Seth is the first one to fall over, "What's that the others asks?" "I tripped over a grave stone" said Seth, "and the fella was 73 years old when he died....!" "Blimey " said Albert just as he himself tripped and fell. "This fella was 97 when he shuffled off" he said, "and his name was John Taggart", "Blimey " says Cliff just as he himself goes flying over another gravestone, "By the love of Arthur, "This fella was 157...!" What was his name the others ask simultaneously..?" cliff bends down, striking a match in the gloom to see the name on the stone, rising slowly he says..... " His name was Miles……………….. from London.."

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