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Приобрести сироп Mangoosteen можно на веб-сайте
Рады предложить вам потрясающее средство для снижения веса Mangoosteen. При помощи него можно избавиться от 15 kg за 14 суток.

Дерево мангостин произрастает на Шри-Ланке. Плоды данного дерева обладают потрясающими свойствами, которые были взяты за основу препарата Мангустина. В банке имеется около 20 плодов этого замечательного дерева. Плоды с растения мангустин помогают растопить излишнею жировую ткань. И замечательно воздействуют на человека в целом. Специфика изготовления средства, и специализированная упаковка помогают сберечь все полезные свойства гарцинии.

Основным веществом сиропа Мангустина являются плоды с растения мангостин, в них содержится большое число питательных веществ. Благодаря компоненту ксантону, которое в громадных количествах содержатся во фрукте, сильно тормозятся окислительные процессы в организме. Ксантон является одним из самых сильных антиоксидантов. В плодах дерева мангостан к тому же содержатся различные группы витаминов и элементы. Приобрести сироп Мансустина можно на сайте

Newham memories and nostalgia / Re: Conkers
« Last post by nollanhej on 23 September, 2017, 11:08:39 PM »
We have fresh conkers to ward off spiders.  As for kids today, they have different games and trends today. Where I live we have windfalls just laying there rotting along with soft fruit just rotting away. No fear of being chased for scrumping these days, kids don't do it. They're too busy stuffing burgers and massive cardboard cups of take-away drinks. We still see bags of fruit, and rhubarb, laying out for days untouched! When we lived in Stratford and cycled out into the "deep, deep, countryside"::)  of Essex we often got shouted at, and nearly caught, scrumping! What always impressed me as a kid, was how kind and generous people can be.
When we cycled out all day, with a tanner, if we were lucky, how on occasion when we knocked on a door and the owner would bring a jug of juice and some fruit out to you or a biscuit, even though you only asked for a "drink of waughter, please lady!" I was given several bags of fruit to "take home to your mother, son!"  Happy days!
Приобрести сироп Mangoosteen можно на веб-сайте
Рады предложить вам чудодейственное средство для похудения Mangoosteen. При помощи него возможно сжечь около 15 килограмм за 14 дней.

Растение мангостан растет на Шри-Ланке. Плоды данного дерева обладают удивительными свойствами, которые были положены в основу средства Мангустина. Во флакончике содержится более 20 плодов данного замечательного растения. Плоды растения мангустин помогают убрать чрезмерную липидную ткань. И также положительно воздействуют на организм в целом. Технология производства средства, и специализированная упаковка помогают сохранить все полезные свойства дерева.

Главным действующим веществом сиропа Mangoosteen являются плоды с растения мангостин, в которых содержится огромное число полезных микроэлементов. Благодаря веществу окиси дифениленкетона, которое в больших дозах содержатся в плоде, значительно замедляются процессы окисления в теле. Ксантон считается одним из самых мощных антиокислителей. В плоде растения гарциния также имеются разнообразные витамины и элементы. Приобрести сироп Мансустина можно на интернет-сайте

Newham memories and nostalgia / Conkers
« Last post by MickG on 23 September, 2017, 04:25:54 PM »
Do you remember how as kids at this time of year we would go with our mates either into the forest or where we knew there were horse chestnut trees in search of our annual harvest of conkers. Arriving home our mothers would be pestered for meat skewers and bits of string to make holes in our round treasures. Conker battles would then commence either with other kids in the street or with school mates in the playground. Now this 'dangerous' sport has been stopped in most schools or heavily sanitised in a few which required protective clothing in the form of goggles and gloves to be worn.

The playgrounds used to be full of mostly far-fetched schoolboy stories of how they had baked their conkers in vinegar. There was also a cult language all of its own for conkers like a one-er, two-er or 'cheesers' which were prized due to the wedge shaped edges they had. Sadly though in this high tech age, schoolboy pursuits such as this have largely gone out of fashion.

I took my dog for a long walk this afternoon in the fields that surround my village. The warm autumnal sunshine was quite pleasant too. Two of the fields are divided by the River Yeo with a bridge which has hunters gates at either end linking the two.

Part of the route brings me to a disused footbridge which once was the primary connection to the adjoining village of Limington. A footpath used to run between the footbridge and Yeovilton Weir. Years ago a new road using a slightly different route between the two villages was constructed and the footpath and footbridge fell into disuse. The line of the footpath can still be seen however where it ran through a field as it was lined with horse chestnut trees. I walked along the line of the old footpath today and below the mighty horse chestnut trees thousands of conkers lie strewn on the ground. The trees still carry thousands of conkers waiting to fall and while I was there, continual soft dull thuds could be heard as even more fell to the ground.

The sight of so many thousands of conkers, all in pristine condition just lying around, untouched and uncollected I find sad. As a schoolboy such a treasure would have carried enormous street credit if you could find them, but now they are like a disused currency not wanted by anyone. In some ways it is like finding the Count of Monte Cristo's treasure and leaving it where it is as worthless junk. I did bring a few home as my wife believes that new conkers placed on the window sill act as a spider deterrent.

I suppose in some ways it is a sign of how things change with time and could not but help be left wondering, that if there was such a thing as a Iphone tree, whether future generations would not be bothered to pick those 'old things' up.

Sporting Newham / Re: West Ham speedway / greyhound stadium
« Last post by Laramie on 21 September, 2017, 09:48:06 PM »
Hi Jason.I expect you have tried Lost grounds West Ham stadium London .There is a photo of the restaurant at the stadium and photo was from London Borough of Newham Heritage Services.They are at 30 Romford Rd .Link on .Wonder if they might have some photos or shed some light on your queries.
I went to watch speedway and stock car racing a couple of times,but my sister went a lot.I will see if she remembers anything. There must be plans held somewhere.
Good luck with the search!
New Members / Re: Want to know about West Ham greyhound/speedway stadium
« Last post by ron copus on 21 September, 2017, 09:45:43 PM »
Welcome Jason.. & good luck with your project.
Sporting Newham / Re: West Ham speedway / greyhound stadium
« Last post by ron copus on 21 September, 2017, 09:42:44 PM »
HI Jason ..
Yes the fence was green// the one that backed on to the waste land had points cut into it to stop us  climbing over ''
So we burrowed underneath,,
Sporting Newham / Re: West Ham speedway / greyhound stadium
« Last post by MickG on 21 September, 2017, 08:55:52 PM »
There are some images of West Ham Stadium on the internet. These are with thanks to

A Google image search for West Ham Speedway will find these and others.

New Members / Want to know about West Ham greyhound/speedway stadium
« Last post by Jason Steele on 21 September, 2017, 08:08:07 PM »
My name is Jason and I live down in Brighton. For the last 25 years I have been infatuated with the old Custom house stadium. I am currently making a model of the main double decker stand and once finished will display it somewhere in Newham. I am crying out for any info on the arena as it all helps. I have a wealth of knowledge on it and vast collection of photo's, but I am always looking out for more. Please if anyone can help it would be great. Photos of the inside of the stand are so rare that I am struggling to finish the model. Once I find out how to post photos on here I will put the pictures of it on here for all to see. Loving the site, can't stop reading!! Jason
Sporting Newham / Re: West Ham speedway / greyhound stadium
« Last post by Jason Steele on 21 September, 2017, 07:50:58 PM »
I have been trying to post the picture of them on here but haven't been able to........ I'm taking it that you have been looking on google street view after what I posted, or was you aware of these already Ron? They surely have to be from the stadium don't they? I have so much quirky information to share on here about the stadium !
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