About Cee Tee Jackson

I run three blogs: 1) ceeteejackson.com (my author blog.) 2) leadingpetcare.com (my business / dog walking blog) 3) loudhorizon.wordpress.com (my music blog .. infrequent posts) Guess what? I'm a dog walking, wannabee author that loves music.

‘Dusty Won’t Play.’

Oran Mor (Corner of Byres Road and Gt. Western Road) Wednesday 19th June at 1 p.m.

It’s 1964 and Dusty Springfield is at the height of her fame, scoring hits in the UK, US and around the world. On a tour of South Africa she refuses to play to segregated audiences and finds herself demonised and threatened by South Africa’s security police and jeered at back home in England for her naivety. (Read more …)

Size Doesn’t Matter.

The Bank was always a great source of comedic material. Much of it of course, I would not dare to reproduce on these pages!, But here’s something, a true story apparently, that turned up in a letter from a former German banker, Elfi Garthe, debunking the myth about our European cousins and their sense of humour. (Read more …)

Paisley & District Annual Lunch.

On the 20th February Paisley and District held their annual lunch at the Lynnhurst Hotel in Johnstone. The photos reflect the hungry pensioners before being served.
JANETTE
***Personal note from Admin Colin***
“Aah! The good ol’ Lynnhurst! My ‘home’ for about four months back in 1989 when I was transferred from Manchester Branch to Johnstone. And here I am, thirty years later and still living in the same area. Are the steaks still as good?”

 

Eastwood & District Festive Lunch.

Our annual lunch was held in the Redhurst Hotel, on Eastwoodmains Road, which is our usual venue.

For once the weather was not a problem. After last year’s cancellations with people snowed in, breaking limbs from sliding on ice, and the lemon meringue pie not being delivered because the lorry couldn’t get through the snow,  this year’s event was thankfully less eventful.

The meal was excellent as ever and enjoyed by everyone – forty-three pensioners and guests in all, including former AGM George Thomson.

JENNI
(Photos courtesy of Alistair Officer.)