Bentley Found in Surrey Garage

BY CHARLES MCDONALD An historically important Derby Bentley which has remained in one family since 1937 has been found in a garage in a property in Surrey to where it was delivered brand new in April of that year. Captain Richard Noble O.B.E of Fonthill in Hurtmore had a handful of high end motor cars of the 1930’s period. He purchased a second-hand Derby Bentley … Continue reading Bentley Found in Surrey Garage

Cranberry Pimm’s

Ingredients: Ice cubes 375ml (12fl oz) Pimm’s No.1 100ml (3½fl oz) gin 1l (32fl oz) sparkling lemonade, chilled 200ml (6½fl oz) cranberry juice 1 lemon, sliced, to garnish Mint leaves, to garnish Redcurrents or fresh berries, to garnish Instructions:  Fill one quarter of a large jug with ice cubes. Pour in the Pimms, gin, lemonade and cranberry juice, and stir well. Add the lemon, mint … Continue reading Cranberry Pimm’s

A Conservative Apocalypse?

BY DAVID EYLES “When a man knows he is to be hanged in a fortnight, it sharpens his mind wonderfully.” – Samuel Johnson (1709 – 1784). Note 1 – Declaration of interest: I am currently a member of the Conservative Party. However, in the light of recent events, that status is now under review. Note 2 – This article is a follow-on from an earlier article published … Continue reading A Conservative Apocalypse?

Tice & Bailey NOT Greening

BY JOHN ISMAEL Richard Tice filling his application to run for Mayor of London was the best thing London has seen since the pre-Khan days. Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness. Perhaps now there is some hope amongst Londoners that a serious individual with experience of actually getting things done can replace the awful Sadiq Khan in … Continue reading Tice & Bailey NOT Greening