The Great British Seaside.

Lefkasman

Steve Chettle
Good to know it's still there Lefkas, there used to be a one armed pianist who was compare at the club, very similar type to Colin Crompton.
We had some good nights performing in the Mermaid, they used allow the Skeggy and Louth rockabillies in there.
Great times and very fond memories too.
I think it's the same as most places now, one person singing to backing tapes, glorified karioke.
My main gripe about here is people seem more interested in the price of beer than the quality of it. They'll drink that Worthington E keg and John Smith's as long as it's cheap. I was telling a bloke the other day I'd had a nice pint of Bass in Sutton social club but he told me he refuses to go in there because they charge a bit extra for non members. Mind you there are alot of Yorkshire fuckers around here and every pound is a prisoner.

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Rockabilly

Gaff Lad
I think it's the same as most places now, one person singing to backing tapes, glorified karioke.
My main gripe about here is people seem more interested in the price of beer than the quality of it. They'll drink that Worthington E keg and John Smith's as long as it's cheap. I was telling a bloke the other day I'd had a nice pint of Bass in Sutton social club but he told me he refuses to go in there because they charge a bit extra for non members. Mind you there are alot of Yorkshire fuckers around here and every pound is a prisoner.

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Aye.. nowt wrong with good pint of Bass. Say na more about the tight Yaarkshire f***ers.
 

football post

Geoff Thomas
Is that the one with the club on the tight bend as you leave Maybo?

The club's not bad, cheapest ale around them parts. Think it's called 'Dreams'.
I can't quite remember. There's a place with loads of statics that looks OK which I think is under the name Trusville but the place we went to in the 70's was full of chalets, it may have been Trusthorpe back then. They still remain but are in very poor condition.
 

Raymondo Ponte'

It's all about mid-table...
Good to know it's still there Lefkas, there used to be a one armed pianist who was compare at the club, very similar type to Colin Crompton.
We had some good nights performing in the Mermaid, they used allow the Skeggy and Louth rockabillies in there.
Great times and very fond memories too.
I eda van on there forra good few years in the 90s, I ed some laffs we that organist (his name escapes me), he wa orlus pissed :ROFLMAO: Ron the Landlord ed to warn him about language now and again :giggle:.
We used to jive to the Rockabilly bands, so I'd ev seen ya mate, I wa in club every other weekend during the season.
Lovely memories of our kids growin up on there.
 

Fitzcarraldo

Ian Storey-Moore
With the family down at Mablethorpe

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