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    Saturday, 02 May 2020

    COOKIE POLICY Last updated December 22, 2019 This Cookie Policy explains how the Bonnetdedouche ("Company", "we", "us", and "our") uses cookies and similar technologies to recognize you when you visit our websites at, ("Websites"). It explains what these technologies are and why we use them, as well as your rights...
  • Posted in Uncategorized ·
    Sunday, 12 April 2020

    So on an Easter Sunday that also coincides with my mother's birthday, I am not able to see here except through the wonders of modern technology.

    Luckily my sister has been able to help her through that, so it will be easter "barnets" on soon (number 3 likely as the barber's is shut)
  • Posted in Uncategorized ·
    Friday, 15 December 2017

    Words of encouragement from Darlene

    Not Marlene misspelled but some words from Darlene Love...

    "what people have to understand is that if you're getting more good than bad out of something, it's always worth it. But you have to keep on, you have to see to your goals and your dreams, and keep moving forward. We all have bumps in the road. We have barricades. But my whole thing about that is this: A barricade is nothing but something you have to get over. That's what I've done most of my life. Once you get over it, the joy on the other side is very fulfilling. So you just have to keep pressing on."
    Something you could say Delboy followed, even if he could not put quite so eloquently.
  • Posted in Uncategorized ·
    Monday, 19 June 2017

    ​With almost a week gone since the terrible fire at Grenfell Tower there are a few things that have emerged, and we find that real life is perfectly capable of re-producing and indeed bettering our fictional friends. What immediately occurs to me is the sense of community and togetherness; a "we're all in this together" mentality amongst the local ...
  • Posted in Uncategorized · Posted in Jolly Boy Japes ·
    Monday, 19 June 2017

    Go out mellow, in yellow!

    Go out with a Bang! Or at least making them smile now that you can be carried to you final rest in place in a Trotters Independent Traders 3-Wheeler Hearse. Shiny, black and full of decorum? Nope, grimy, yellow, and - strangely like one of Del Boy\'s schemes - likely to mis-fire at any moment... 

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