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Movin' on down

14 February 2011

I’m pleased to report good news – of sorts – for me at least. Since my last missive and against the odds, a residence has been secured in the fine city of London. Not only a residence, but one which has space to swing at least one goldfish (Rufus) and store sufficient Henderson’s Relish to ensure my northern roots are not quickly forgotten.

Within the next few weeks this Yorkshire lad will be a bona fide cock-a-nee, the likes of which have not been witnessed since Dick van Dyke took his one man band to Hyde Park Corner. Sadly, to pay for said residence, I may be forced, like him, to strap some cymbals to my inner thighs and pull out my old trombone. Actually, that sort of thing might be better suited to Soho.

Now that I have a date to move, an itinerary has been put in place to ensure the farewell tour is as extensive and effective as possible. Fearful of missing anyone out who will hold a grudge for the indefinite future, friends, former colleagues and family mu...

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