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Posted by: Joanne on 18 Oct 2017 14:33 pm Post #625
From : Stockport

Sometimes you meet a person who says something that you will never forget?

I was fortunate to meet you last night and will always remember our brief but very heartfelt conversation.

I have ordered your book, cannot wait to read it x
Posted by: Edward Treen on 12 Oct 2017 12:57 pm Post #624
From : Wolverhampton

One of the best cartoonists I've ever found. Please nag Ian Hislop to produce a complete "Yobs" anthology - or do it yourself, if contracts permit.
Posted by: lin on 11 Oct 2017 8:56 am Post #623
From : Beijing

lol it's interesting to request signing in the visitor book!! I like the idea:D
Posted by: Graham Sclater on 18 Jul 2017 14:42 pm Post #621
From : Exeter

It was so good to meet Tony here in Exeter last month and the presentation of his book, was fantastic.

I'm looking forward to reviewing his book "Take Care, Son" on my monthly Book Review slot.

Graham
Posted by: Tamlin Watson on 16 Jul 2017 13:39 pm Post #620
From : Llanidloes

What a delight to meet you on the Edinburgh flight. I'll be in touch, keep up the good work, what you are doing is so inspiring. Hope your talk goes well!
Posted by: Michel on 03 May 2017 12:33 pm Post #618
From : London

No DVD release of Round The Bend?
Posted by: John Hindley on 09 Apr 2017 11:02 am Post #615
From : Loughborough

Hi Tony
Picked up a signed copy of 'Daft Yorkshire Fairy Tales' yesterday and realised that I used to teach you at Greenfield Street. I arrived there at Easter 1966 so I didn't teach you for long. Great to read about your success and to know you still live in Hyde. It would be good to get in touch again. All the best.
John (the young English teacher with the beard!)
Posted by: John Hindley on 09 Apr 2017 11:00 am Post #614
From : Loughborough

Hi Tony
Picked up a signed copy of 'Daft Yorkshire Fairy Tales' yesterday and realised that I used to teach you at Greenfield Street. I arrived there at Easter 1966 so I didn't teach you for long. Great to read about your success and to know you still live in Hyde. It would be good to get in touch again. All the best.
John (the young English teacher with the beard!)
Posted by: Howard Nutting on 14 Mar 2017 14:44 pm Post #613
From : walton on thames

Hello Tony, can you tell me the story of your Punch cartoon, July 1989 concerning the solicitors name, bastard,bastard bastard knight and bastard,solicitors, if there is one.
Thank you.
howard
Posted by: Kitty White on 03 Mar 2017 18:06 pm Post #612
From : Saffron Walden

Hi Tony
You recently came to Chrishall Primary School, I unfortunately missed your visit as I don't work on a Friday but I just want to say thanks for the visit. The children really enjoyed it - and been talking about it everyday. We celebrated World Book Day this week, and as one of the children read their story, another child in the group drew illustrations to accompany the story - so definitely inspired. Also, thank you for the picture you drew for me to celebrate my hen do/ forthcoming marriage. I shall be framing it.
Thanks
Kitty
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