bedminster Bristol

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  1. Wildbill

    Wildbill Funster

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    I had to come down to Bristole today for a site meting what a grate pub I ended up in friendly and when I left I didn't get robed
    bill
     
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    And you aren't disclosing the name, you want to keep it a secret? LOL
     
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    Let me in on the secret, I'm a local :cheers:
     
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    my sister lived there for several years and loved the area
     
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    I used to have a scrap yard/spares shop years ago in West St next door to The Lamb ,probably all gone now.
     
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    My mother came from Bristol and my grandparents lived in Bedminster I used to know Bristol well but it certainly has changed of late but in a good way. Actually I was in Bristol not so long ago at the heart hospital, what a fabulous building, the treatment I had there was a success so I have positive memories of it.:)
     
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