Can take you back to 1966. At the time, I was on The Co-op Milk round, my first job. My round, took me to Spion Kop, and indeed, brought me and my first wife together, as she was a Spion Kop girl. But thats for another day. My story, is true, and not made up. In those days, George Street, was an unmade road, all the way to the top. In winter, it became almost impassable, but because we used the Battery Milk Float of the day, and of course the weight, it didnt stop us getting to the top. This day, it was snowy, icy, and very cold. The post van was at the bottom, and couldnt get up the hill. So the postie, asked me, if we could deliver a parcel to the top house, on the left.....David Reeves ?...... It was about 3 foot long, 8 inches wide. No problem, so I put it on the top of the milk crates. we progressed up the street, delivering as we went, and just on the brow of the hill, we hit a bump, and, yes, you guessed it, the parcel dropped off, and without stopping, slid, down the hill, round the corner. We eventually found it, across the A60, in Bill Woods driveway. On retreaving it, the parcel had burst open, for us to find, it was an artificial leg. Brand new one. I personally walked back up the hill, with the leg, under my arm, and delivered it personally. Nothing was ever said. Lots of memories of the guys on the Co-op milk, Louis Hickton, Ronnie Walker, Terry Broughton, Alan Bowers, Derek Knowles, Mick Sentance, Mick Talbot. Are they still around.