Andre Palfrey-martin collection
Leigh Wieland-Boys…..he was so good to me, Used to have a lot of ‘bother’ when working at Saturdays as a cocktail waitress! He was my Knight in Shining Armour on more than one occasion
Andre Martin…..That is Alan to a Tee – Perfect Gentleman – but if you upset him, and it took a lot – heaven help you I R I P old friend.
Alan Esdaile….He used to have some great stories to tell.
Charlie Ball…..I rember him, he was bouncing over bexhill, another regular, saw him throw a bloke through a window, any one remember the place, left off king offa way at the lights, ?
supplied by Peter Millington
Edward Adams… worked with his dad at Stennings
Kevin Burchett…..I didnt know Jonah played the drums
Pauline Richards… Yes remember Alan Markwick. He also was a bouncer on the pier
Pete Millington… Yes I remember him!
Gerry Fortsch… I remember him and his family well.
Mick O’Dowd… A perfect gentleman was Alan. Quiet, efficient and fair. Took no messing but always sorted problems before they could get out of hand. He had a great team behind him. I remember Tiny , who must have been pushing 7ft ! Also Jonah who is featured on this post and a guy who I can’t remember his name but he worked at the Crematorium and used to tell some scary stories.
Alan Esdaile… Yes agree on what you say about Alan. I remember the guy that worked at the crematorium but can’t remember his name. Also not forgetting Peter Pursglove. They were all a great team.
David Boss… Alan also worked for Mills scaffolding
Gerry Fortsch… Alan’s brother Les also worked on the pier, it would be nice to see a picture of him also.