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Posted by: Geoff Leah on 12 May 2016 21:54 pm Post #519
From : Stockport

Hi Tony,
Good to catch up with you today even though under sad circumstances. Must get together for a pint some time along with some of the lads from Greeny.

Best Regards

Geoff
Posted by: William on 03 May 2016 16:22 pm Post #518
From : London

Hi

Sorry I can't make the talk at the Royal Academy May 21, Will there be more? The sort of event the Cartoon Museum does too (Hint!)
Posted by: Marion Hutchinson on 12 Mar 2016 17:02 pm Post #516
From : Worsley

I have just got home from The Good Life Festival at Salford Fire Station with a deeply personal memento of mine and my sister's memory of our mum and her budgie Ringo. Your talk about the journey your family took with your dad was very moving and resonated with a lot of people there. What I loved tho was the laughter and joy in the room not words that people normally associate with the word dementia, I think your book should be prescribed free of charge! as essential reading for anyone who is living with or caring for someone with dementia. Thank you
Posted by: Robert on 24 Feb 2016 15:54 pm Post #515
From : Dudley

Hello Tony
i have an old cartoon here with your name on it text says "for God"s sake Acton slow down Acton Speed camera" was this an early version of the Watson or a 1-off ..
Robert
Posted by: Uncle Pigg on 20 Feb 2016 12:59 pm Post #513
From : Hamchester

Hi there. You still owe me five hundred quid for editing Oink! Which was of course the greatest comic ever published. Never mind though, let's just call it a fiver and be do you with it.

Just wanted to say thanks for bringing the world the likes of Petes pimple and Tom Thug. I don't read private eye, I think it's a bit up itself, but I do so love the work you do.

Piggin' ace! Loads of love, Uncle Pigg.
Posted by: octipus slime on 19 Feb 2016 20:17 pm Post #512
From : england

yes i also would love to have this on dvd was one of my fave shows growing up. can you manifacture on demand i need this in my collection. thanks for making me laugh anyways though
Posted by: Nuala James on 16 Feb 2016 13:18 pm Post #511
From : Mellor

Hello I wan't familiar with your work until I attended my first Mellor Open Gardens meeting. So I have visited your web site and thoroughly enjoyed your humour so look forward to meeting you (I hope) on May the 22nd Thank you for agreeing Regards Nuala - a new fan
Posted by: Caroline Hemmings on 15 Feb 2016 9:28 am Post #510
From : Hertfordshire

Tony, I had not come across your work until yesterday when I was in a bookshop and read the book on your father cover to cover. I'm still thinking about it today.
I lost my father 1 year ago today and although it wasn't dementia ( it was mesothelioma), I watched my Father slip away from me. My thoughts and feelings that I couldn't articulate came out in your drawings and words. I stood in that bookshops and cried for your Dad and for mine.
Thank you. Caroline
Posted by: Andrew Early on 28 Jan 2016 23:50 pm Post #509
From : plymouth

been looking for this for ages to add to my dissertation on Toilets in film, thanks
Posted by: Alex Cluskey-Smith on 18 Jan 2016 22:33 pm Post #508
From : Hull

Found you through wikipedia article on Round the Bend, formative stuff from my childhood, absolutely fabulous, was hoping it was available on amazon on dvd or something haha!

Thank your for putting them online, really appreciated :)
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