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R2D2 Lives in Preston

Humor


by
Shaun Keaveny

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Format: EPUB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

No matter where you live, there are always reasons to be gosh-darn proud of it. For instance, did you know that: Clitheroe has the largest pigeons in the UK? Mick Jagger and Keith Richards first agreed to form a band on the platform of Sidcup railway station? And that Derry entered Guinness Book of World Records in 2007 for the biggest gathering of Santas – 13,000 in the one place? Of course you didn’t. So join me and hundreds of contributors as we take a tour around the map of Britain to our favourite places, from the biggest city to the smallest village – with not a crap town among them. And when we get there, raise a glass to their achievements – whether they are humble, hilarious, genuinely impressive or downright weird . . . Cheers!

No matter where you live, there are always reasons to be gosh-darn proud of it. For instance, did you know that: Clitheroe has the largest pigeons in the UK? Mick Jagger and Keith Richards first agreed to form a band on the platform of Sidcup railway station? And that Derry entered Guinness Book of World Records in 2007 for the biggest gathering of Santas – 13,000 in the one place? Of course you didn’t. So join me and hundreds of contributors as we take a tour… (more)

No matter where you live, there are always reasons to be gosh-darn proud of it. For instance, did you know that: Clitheroe has the largest pigeons in the UK? Mick Jagger and Keith Richards first agreed to form a band on the platform of Sidcup railway station? And that Derry entered Guinness Book of World Records in 2007 for the biggest gathering of Santas – 13,000 in the one place? Of course you didn’t. So join me and hundreds of contributors as we take a tour around the map of Britain to our favourite places, from the biggest city to the smallest village – with not a crap town among them. And when we get there, raise a glass to their achievements – whether they are humble, hilarious, genuinely impressive or downright weird . . . Cheers!

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