Former Prime Minister is guest of honour at Peace Centre dinner

Warrington Guardian: Former Prime Minister is guest of honour at Peace Centre dinner Former Prime Minister is guest of honour at Peace Centre dinner

FORMER Prime Minister John Major was guest of honour at a private dinner for the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace.

A spokesman from Peckforton Castle said they were proud to play host to the event for 38 select guests to hear more about the foundation’s work and how they could support the charity.

Wendy Parry added: “Sir John is a man with great skill and passion.

“We are extremely honoured to have him as part of the foundation.

“The response from guests at the dinner was very positive and he delivered a truly emotional and entertaining speech.”

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11:38am Wed 19 Mar 14

Nick Tessla says...

The Steve "Interesting" Davies of prime ministers.

For those too young to have been around when he was prime minister and don't remember him, he was the one after Thatcher.

For those who are old enough to have been around when he was prime minister, and yet don't remember him, he was the one after Thatcher.
The Steve "Interesting" Davies of prime ministers. For those too young to have been around when he was prime minister and don't remember him, he was the one after Thatcher. For those who are old enough to have been around when he was prime minister, and yet don't remember him, he was the one after Thatcher. Nick Tessla
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11:48am Wed 19 Mar 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

Nick Tessla wrote:
The Steve "Interesting" Davies of prime ministers.

For those too young to have been around when he was prime minister and don't remember him, he was the one after Thatcher.

For those who are old enough to have been around when he was prime minister, and yet don't remember him, he was the one after Thatcher.
Guess he is not on your Christmas card list then Nick?
[quote][p][bold]Nick Tessla[/bold] wrote: The Steve "Interesting" Davies of prime ministers. For those too young to have been around when he was prime minister and don't remember him, he was the one after Thatcher. For those who are old enough to have been around when he was prime minister, and yet don't remember him, he was the one after Thatcher.[/p][/quote]Guess he is not on your Christmas card list then Nick? GRUMPY PARENT
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12:02pm Wed 19 Mar 14

Nick Tessla says...

GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
Nick Tessla wrote:
The Steve "Interesting" Davies of prime ministers.

For those too young to have been around when he was prime minister and don't remember him, he was the one after Thatcher.

For those who are old enough to have been around when he was prime minister, and yet don't remember him, he was the one after Thatcher.
Guess he is not on your Christmas card list then Nick?
Who isn't on my Xmas card list?
[quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick Tessla[/bold] wrote: The Steve "Interesting" Davies of prime ministers. For those too young to have been around when he was prime minister and don't remember him, he was the one after Thatcher. For those who are old enough to have been around when he was prime minister, and yet don't remember him, he was the one after Thatcher.[/p][/quote]Guess he is not on your Christmas card list then Nick?[/p][/quote]Who isn't on my Xmas card list? Nick Tessla
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12:47pm Wed 19 Mar 14

Freeborn John says...

It's a pity Mr Major didn't visit the Peace Centre last September, he might have walked straight in to the terrorist Martin McGuinness, a gentleman who was perhaps instrumental in the firing of three large, Semtex filled mortar bombs at Mr Major in 1991.
It's a funny old world.
It's a pity Mr Major didn't visit the Peace Centre last September, he might have walked straight in to the terrorist Martin McGuinness, a gentleman who was perhaps instrumental in the firing of three large, Semtex filled mortar bombs at Mr Major in 1991. It's a funny old world. Freeborn John
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4:03pm Wed 19 Mar 14

PageA says...

Freeborn John wrote:
It's a pity Mr Major didn't visit the Peace Centre last September, he might have walked straight in to the terrorist Martin McGuinness, a gentleman who was perhaps instrumental in the firing of three large, Semtex filled mortar bombs at Mr Major in 1991.
It's a funny old world.
I doubt the man responsible for starting the Northern Ireland peace process would be offended by how times had changed
[quote][p][bold]Freeborn John[/bold] wrote: It's a pity Mr Major didn't visit the Peace Centre last September, he might have walked straight in to the terrorist Martin McGuinness, a gentleman who was perhaps instrumental in the firing of three large, Semtex filled mortar bombs at Mr Major in 1991. It's a funny old world.[/p][/quote]I doubt the man responsible for starting the Northern Ireland peace process would be offended by how times had changed PageA
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