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The term ‘parlour games’ might not even be on some people’s radar, in Victorian times the late 1800s, before electricity and television, people spent their evenings playing games with friends and family.
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I HAVE been following this issue for many months and how councillors and their officers could have allowed those poor parents to be kidded along for so long over the “consultation period” is beyond me. Shame on you all. − P Ellis, by emailAngered by closure of Lyndale School