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28 October 2014
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Bob Patton
I live in Kissimmee,Florida now but for a long time I was a resident of Patchway,Bristol. I often look on the BBC Bristol web site to see how old Bristol town is. A request ...please send your photographer out to Patchway to take some photos. Keep up the good work for all of us exiled Bristolians.

When I worked for Orange I was near a window and my only glimpse of the outside world was the RAC tower - I've seen this tower in every conceivable weather condition, and various times of the day and night depending on my shift pattern. I was very happy there, I left Orange 4 yrs ago now. The Feng-shui states that the RAC tower looks like a Cobra and in the reception for one of the buildings opposite (Keypoint- I think) we used to have statues of elephants to guard the entrance. It sounds crazy but its true!! It sounds crazy

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