Remember the record?
(So you're the one!)
Well, if you're 40-Something or over and listened
to BBC Radio 1 or watched
TOP OF THE POPS on TV it may "ring a bell."
You can see KING OF THE COPS on YouTube
Top Of The Pops:
On Live TV Show
Disco Cops TV Show:
I Support Keech Children's Hospice, a tremendously worthy cause, here in Luton, by promoting sales of their £1 Weekly Lottery tickets for them.
Children who use the hospice have a variety of conditions. Some may live only a few months whilst others will live for a
number of years. Almost all will die before reaching adulthood. Many have conditions which worsen slowly over time, and
so become more and more dependent on their parents and carers as time goes on. The charity helps make their path as
pain and stress-free as possible by giving parents and their families care and support at every step of the way.
Tickets are only £1 each with a First Prize of £1000, a 2nd prize of £250, and 3 x 3rd prizes of £50. There are 155 prizes in
total, every week, and prize draws take place every Friday at the hospice offices by random computer selection.
So, if you would like to support a worthwhile charity -
why not join our WEEKLY LOTTERY SCHEME?
The FIRST PRIZE JACKPOT is ONE THOUSAND POUNDS
EACH AND EVERY WEEK!
Well? How about it? Will you join our weekly lottery?
It's only £1 a week THERE ARE 40 PRIZES
EVERY WEEK - AND YOU COULD WIN A CASH PRIZE, TOO!
If you do, you'll have the great satisfaction of knowing that every week YOU are helping a truly worthwhile cause,
and that whether you win or not, your weekly £1 has made a significant contribution towards the hospice funds.
If you'd like to 'come aboard' just email me (email address at the bottom of each page) or click the box below, and I'll contact you by return email and arrange everything for you.
And, if you know anyone else who
like to join, just let them know where to
find me. I'll be happy to do the same for
Meanwhile, thank you for visiting us,
and I hope you enjoy the rest of the
site. With every good wish,
OK, OK - - JUST KIDDING! The fact is I quit live performing in 1980 for a new career in sales and
marketing. My pregnant wife was expecting our daughter at the time and, after many miscarriages,
advised to go to bed for 6 months to ensure reaching full term. I felt I needed a new challenge
and went into the exciting area of direct sales where I spent the next 25 years.