The Cottage
#1
What about The Cottage most of my friends met up there on Friday & Saturday in the late 70s & early 80s. Always found it embarrassing when one or another of my family in the Sally Army came in to sell the Warcry
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#2
The cottage is in one of my albums.

The warcry cost me a bomb (pardon the pun) full of drink and throwing a couple of quid in the box. Smile
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#3
Hi i remember the cottage it was one of the few under age drinking pubs in Jarra .

The kids today start at 14 i think i was 17 before i got in a pub and did not get thrown out times have changed Mel T
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#4
We were 17 & in 6th form & felt we were rebels !
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#5
nessie50,a cringe moment indeed with the war cry sellers being family,not that there is anything wrong with the sally army,they do a great job imo.
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#6
Always wanted to hide, but they caught me every time- not good for street cred !
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#7
but did you do the right thing and buy a war cry lol.
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#8
Of course, wouldn't dare not, would have been struck down! Not good, part family Sally Army others Methodist !
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#9
lol,nessie50 which side of the fence did you come down on or were you a total rebel and went for somthing else.
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#10
Went to Methodist church as child but loved hearing the Sally band, especially when they came round the streets at Xmas :-)
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