Shoulder of Mutton
Foxton 19th April 2005
Ten past members settled for a quiet evening, or would have if the past Kettering and District lads hadn't turned up in force. Then the party started.
Dave Taylor asked Trevor Pywell if he would care to come outside
and repeat that last remark.
Graham Hill managed to pull the glass off Stuart Drage's nose at long last.
(see last year's photos)
Nigel Maycock and Phil Clarke listen as Martyn Short explains that the reason he wraps himself in a flag of Australia is that he spends ...
... so much time upside-down.
Mary Grant doesn't quite understand what they mean by
Steve White, Trevor Evans and Steve Brown noticed that Ben had ...
... slid under the table.
Mary Grant came in ...
on a Wing and a chair.
Helen Ayriss astounded onlookers by stuffing an ice-cream sundae glass ...
with twelve pairs of knickers.
Kevin Brewin and Terry Riddle knew Trevor Evans was a good lad but were still impressed ...
by his halo.
Andrew Grant is our last hope of keeping a Bonneville ...
on the road.
Our dad is Trevor Pywell. We Googled him from Scotland and we thought your site was dead funny!! Love Matthew, Harry, Peter, Gideon, Magdalene, Jesus, Jackie, Suzie, Mands, Rob and Glen xxx