Terrific Turkey Meat Loaf
(celery seed, dijon mustard, marjoram, egg whites, garlic, green pepper, ketchup, oat bran, onions, black pepper, sage, turkey, worcestershire sauce)
Stuart Taylor (Bristol Rovers), 546 games
Stuart Taylor spent his entire playing career at Bristol Rovers. Taylor holds the record for most league appearances by anyone for Bristol Rovers with 546 league games played in his fifteen years at the club.
Bristol Rovers fans just loved him. The Central defender Stuart Taylor holds Bristol's record for most league appearances, having played 546 games in his fifteen years at the club.
On leaving Rovers in 1980, Taylor was appointed as player-manager of non-league Bath City.
In February 2008, he was reported to be working as a plumber in Bristol, also commercial manager, night club owner, publican, before running another pub until earlier this year.
I remember Stuart Taylor we were at the same school together Oldland Common Secondary Modern, he is two years older than me, he was good footballer and first-class cricketer at school it was no surprise when he signed for Bristol Rovers.
In later years Ian Holloway (Bristol Rovers) was...
One of the cards which started off my interest in Bata and Zlin. The writer of the card is writing to his children from a visit to Zlin, where he writes on the card of an appointment with Jan Bata himself.
The message, sent to children of the Bata employee in Stockwell, in 1935, goes .....A PC of the plane in which Mr Bata crashed . This has been reassembled and is in the Memorial Hall Entrance. Should have left for Vienna at 7 this morning but have a appointment with Mr Bata so will go by the 4.09 train from here arriving Vienna 8.30. Time at Victoria 4.27 Sunday still the same. Listened to BBC broadcast last night and heard you were having very hot weather. Cheers Love Dad and Mum.
Sent in 1935, The rubber cachet is for the Hotel Bata, Spolcensky Dum, Zlin, where I guess the Tuckers were staying.
Tucker family history -
Thomas Henry Arthur Tucker 1891 - 1970 [d Canterbury district]
m = Dorothy Alberta nee Whiteman 1898 - 1990 who married in 1916, when she was 18....
I came across this in a scrapbook which Margaret Pulford lent to me. Probably no use...
Back Row, Stuart Harrison in red jacket, on his left, Pete Heather
Between him and SWP David Marker, then Trevor Hollingworth and me (John Bannister) with shoulder bag, on my left, ? Pass (I don't know his first name)
Front row, left to right: Tony Johnson with camera, Philip Foster, Tim Penton, Anthony Peabody, Bob Lowden, Paul Glasper
Steve had just given us a tour of the old building prior to the dinner a few years ago.