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25th September CONTACT KEITH FLETT 07803 167266
The real Borsetshire Echo: 60 years of class struggle in Ambridge
Titchener: I’m not going anywhere. Is he right?
Usha has given Rob Titchener two months notice to quit Blossom Hill Cottage. Her partner, Vicar Alan, wheeled out a few Biblically based thoughts on the subjects of cheeks and neighbours but Usha has rightly pointed out that Titchener’s departure from Ambridge would improve village cohesion.
Titchener has vowed to stay in Ambridge so he can lurk in the vicinity of ‘Gideon’ and Henry.
Opposition is expected if Titchener attempts to move to nearby villages but there is an obvious place for him: Albert Square, London E20. In Walford his various transgressions would hardly be worthy of comment.
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Ian and Adam
Meanwhile Adam has moved out and into the Bull after the revelation at Titchener’s trial that he had liaisons with others. However- a significant plus- he has been included in Bert’s pub quiz team. He may well review the decision to move out on this basis..
Should Helen make a complaint?
Borsetshire Police have asked Helen is she wants to make a complaint against Titchener. The Ambridge Socialist view is that legal remedies have their limitations
Ambridge dialogue of the week
Joe Grundy ‘we’re calling it the cider club’
Oliver Sterling ‘ah like the golf club?’
Joe Grundy ‘I hope not’
In other news
Josh has plans to grow mushrooms. David is in the dark
It’s the Flower & Produce Show. Joe is not entering this year