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Tim Burke
journalist, critic, cynic, gourmand. Views my own. Or borrowed from someone else.
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Tim Burke Jul 25
doh! Lazy of me, sorry.
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Tim Burke Jul 25
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Tim Burke Jul 24
Definitely. Heavier cutlery is bound to make a difference - whoever enjoyed eating a meal with a plastic fork?
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Tim Burke Jul 23
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Tim Burke Jul 22
Enjoying quality burger and beer at opening of .Welcome to Highcross Street.
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Tim Burke Jul 21
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Tim Burke Jul 20
Yep I'm pretty lucky! Just about keep up with E&J in Nottm, and get to Brizzle sometimes - niece lives by Ashton Gate.
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Tim Burke Jul 20
Nice - have you had any contact with PP's director Alison Shaw? An old friend of mine...
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Tim Burke Jul 20
No - haven't seen it.
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Johns House Jul 18
Check out our recent review in inside the today!
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Tim Burke Jul 15
I've seen Chilwell play for the youth team and he did stand out. Can't blame Arse...
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Great Food Club Jul 14
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Great Food Club Jul 14
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Great Food Club Jul 14
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Tim Burke Jul 14
"the best lack all conviction, the worst are full of passionate intensity" WB Yeats 1919.
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Tim Burke Jul 14
That was a depressing read. Cogently argued, though. We'll see. Hopefully our backroom staff will keep him on the S &N.
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Tim Burke Jul 9
Delicate, creative canapes from chef John Duffin, , Mountsorrel.
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Tim Burke Jul 7
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Soft Touch Arts Jul 7
Do you know of any young people who are interested in drama? Take a look at our summer school!
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Tim Burke Jul 7
My old chum Peter White reports on a study into how much the Richard III effect has been worth - around £60m it seems
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