garats hay

#1
anybody who served here should see it now, its like buckingham palace, slightly better than portakabins! the bulls head is not that much different and unfortunately still sells laughing brew....oh dear!
 
#2
Drove past it a couple of years ago whilst the new college was being built. Oh the memories. Did stop and have a spot in the BH just for old-times' sake.
Did my basic Arabic course there in 1996-97, what a place. :)
 
#3
The Bull's Head has been through a bit of a crisis. When I was up there in 03 it was the trendiest place in the world, car park full of Porsches and Range Rovers and the place was packed with posh fcukers. In 04 it was back to being the usual tatty shathole we all fondly remember. As for camp, it's chuffin' gleaming. Pity they never made the same effort when we were there.

Actually they might have, but we were usually too pished to notice much.
 
#4
I went to a memorial on Remembrance Day in Garats Hay a few years ago. We were brought into the BH for a couple of wets :D
 
#5
its been renovated again perevodchik as i found when having a works liquid lunch there at my suggestion. after five pints lowenbbrau laughing commenced.my colleagues(always talking about being able to drink) thought they'd got the upper hand and that blindazh was mullered, the fools. ironically as some of you will know i was the only one on time for the morning meeting the next day.
 
#6
got married in september in my missus's's's's's local parish church. imagine my surprise when it turned out to be St Mary in the Elms, Woodhouse.

Int Corps kneeling thingies, presentations etc and the verger is called Yvonne and used to be the civvy in the clothing store... and remembered my best man (ex-Corps) from when he worked there in 91-93...

ho hum. maybe its a sign :)
 
#7
blindazh said:
its been renovated again perevodchik as i found when having a works liquid lunch there at my suggestion. after five pints lowenbbrau laughing commenced.my colleagues(always talking about being able to drink) thought they'd got the upper hand and that blindazh was mullered, the fools. ironically as some of you will know i was the only one on time for the morning meeting the next day.
The poor deluded fools, I hope they weren't too ill! :pukel: :pissed: :rofl:
 
#11
got them past the bezzering stage and as far as the "oh no why have all the muscles in my face stopped working" rubber face stage. using my weapon of choice the red bomber chaser.
 
#13
I was in the OBH in July last year, it's all marble, chrome and brown leather settees.

I looked on with fond memories of the beer garden outside as I recalled a certain E** M******R weeing into the mouth of a very drunk Scottish Chef one sunny summers afternoon.
 
#16
Garets Hay…..what memories.
The girl celebrating her 18th in the Bulls Head, who lived her whole life in Woodhouse Eves and never knew there was a camp just down the road.
The Officers mess burning down at 1 o’clock on a Friday which happened to be the exact time that the fire alarms are tested. So everybody ignored it.
Getting a day off after picking up body parts off the motorway after the Kegworth air disaster.
And not forgetting the friend of all students, Charlie E.
 
#19
well done elnoddo, it only took you 28 hours to think up that one Wink
Thanks mate. Yes i sit here feverishly monitoring the boards, masturbating like crazy attempting to compile anagrams. Im off to get me head down that last one took it out of me. :thumleft:
 

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