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Pete Chilcott
Worked at Line Communications
Attended Brockenhurst Grammar School
Lives in Gosport
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Just the most perfect piece of music to which to lay back to and relax.

Imagine a still summers day, lying on a grass covered hill, arms behind head with nobody or anything else around. Gazing up into a blue sky with just the odd wisp of cloud, looking to the heavens and watching a couple of these dancing in the sky. Feel how still your mind and heart become. 
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This weeks cheese courtesy of #waitrose is Arrigoni Telaggio and an old favourite
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You can check out the song Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 26: II. Adagio by Janine Jansen, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra on soundhound.com http://www.soundhound.com/?t=100793024475686252 Download SoundHound Now http://www.soundhound.com/
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The Index is coming on slowly
An ever growing collection of UK submarine pictures
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Pete Chilcott is out running. So far he has tracked 3.15 mi in 37m:07s.

That was hard and slow although I dudnt hate it and it doesn't help being badly overweight. The gym has had to go on the back burner for a while

http://app.endomondo.com/workouts/476641685/3752135
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You can check out the song Across 110th Street (From the Film OST 'Across 110th Street') by Bobby Womack on soundhound.com http://www.soundhound.com/?t=100994177198503166 Download SoundHound Now http://www.soundhound.com/
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The video is naff but the song is great
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Work
Occupation
Self-employed project manager
Employment
  • Line Communications
    Training Designer/Developer, 2011 - 2011
  • Fujitsu
    Self-employed project manager, 2011 - 2011
  • Royal Navy
    1973 - 2006
  • AWE
    2006 - 2006
  • Fujitsu
    2007 - 2007
  • HMG
    2008 - 2008
  • Atos Origin
    2009 - 2009
Places
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Currently
Gosport
Previously
Sway - Cowes, UK - Kuala Lumpur - Sway, UK - St Budeaux, UK - Rosyth, UK - Stirling, UK - Plympton, UK - Arbroath, UK - Corsham, UK - Gosport, UK - Helensburgh, UK - Greenwich, UK - Rotherhithe, UK - Gosport -
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Introduction
Middle aged, heavy girthed, sparkling wit, baldy, hare-lipped Pete
Bragging rights
I've been on telly for two episodes of the Krypton Factor in 1991, and have run around 20 marathons
Education
  • Brockenhurst Grammar School
    1967 - 1973
  • Open University
    Applied Maths, 1977 - 1991
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Male
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rural French life
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curry lunch today at La Branchie; plain basmati and coconut rice, chole, kerala prawns, goan pork and a beef dish from the |Madras region. W

Patronising ageism did AWOL D-Day veteran Bernard Jordan a disservice
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Ah, bless. A man of 89 has walked out of a care home and taken a train and a ferry all by himself. He has attended a public event in France

Was the Gunner buried on Omaha Beach the original 007? | The Observation...
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Major Gustavus Henry March Phillips RA DSO, MBE. One of the first Allied soldiers to land, and be killed on Omaha beach was a Royal Artiller

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Sweden looking for submarine in G4, G6 and C2
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SWEDEN has dropped depth charges in three squares of the Baltic in an attempt to hit a Russian submarine.

Ukip does deal with far-right, racist Holocaust-denier to save EU funding
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The agreement with the Polish Congress of the New Right will save Nigel Farage’s European parliament grouping

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"Sailors Hat At The Memorial" by Peter Chilcott
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Scotland to be covered in tinfoil
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SCOTLAND is to be covered by a massive tinfoil tent because of the mind reading space lasers.

In pictures: Royal Aero Club races at Perth Airport
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In pictures: Royal Aero Club races at Perth Airport

Starlight takes to the skies at Popham 2012 | Starlight Children's Found...
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Thirty aircraft, six helicopters, ten hovercraft, Harleys, fast cars, a petting zoo, pony rides, face painting, a magician, Professor Crump

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Viral Nova - Trending Stories and Pictures Around the Web
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Read the latest stories going viral on the Web and discuss them with others.

Jesus died to give us two bank holidays
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THE Archbishop of Canterbury has given thanks to Jesus, who gave his life so that we could have not just a Monday off work but a Friday too.

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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Travelodge is updating its hotels and this one has to be next on the list, please. The receptionists are friendly and helpful, and the rooms are clean but the place is worn out. The televisions are small old CRT ones with an odd selection of stations. The breakfast boxes are an OK fallback if you don't want to walk across to Moto for an expensive service station breakfast but are really a massive sugar hit. Consider something from M&S.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Arrived to see not much had changed on the outside, including the weeds and long grass. Went into the empty reception and rang the non-working bell. Eventually someone did come out and we were checked after a couple of minutes searching on the computer and given a 'sea-view' room at a discounted price after we declined the full price. We were shown to our room through the unchanged, poorly lit, and undecorated passage ways with it's rarther splendid solitary dried out Airwick air freshener. Superficially, the room looked ok. It WAS possible to see the sea.... On closer inspection, there were cobwebs and dust. The non-working hotel room fridges are still there. Having established that the hotel no longer does evening meals, we went for a drink before heading along the sea front. It was such a joy to be sat in the sun looking out over the English Channel, whilst the staff were sat at another table drinking and swearing loudly. Always a winner that one. At night time the hotel is not particularly welcoming if there are few people staying (as there were), and few of the rooms are occupied (as they weren't). Breakfast was OK, and served promptly, the single most best aspect of our stay.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
We picked The Holt for an AGM and an evening dinner. We were ably supported by Zdenka in the organisation of the weekend. The business part of the day went well; facilities were adequate and lunch was plentiful and Sonia kept an eye on us.We arranged a 4 course dinner in a private room with our own bar at £30 a head. I was nervous that for such a price we weren't going to get much for our money but my fears were groundless. The food was well prepared and served efficiently by the attentive staff. The evening went smoothly with the help of Jana and her team. The public areas of the hotel are cosy and welcoming but areas like the corridors and reception are looking 'tired' but clean and tidy nonetheless. Our room had a dripping shower which 'pinged' the bath. Fortunately, the best part of a bottle of wine ensured a swift oblivion
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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This became my residence whilst on a contract in Shepton. From Day One both Adie and Lorraine were welcoming and helpful and ably assisted by Pauline. Let's not forget Luke who turns out some really good meals from the kitchen. Everyone always had time to chat, the open fire is a nice touch and the place always seemed calming. The rooms were comfortable clean and all different. Three bean chili is good :) but hit the restaurant menu for some tasty and well prepared meals. Thank you for being a home from home for those 2 months.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
We thought we would try Bobby's out for dinner. Booked on the telephone with no problems. Arrived and our order for drinks and starters was taken fairly promptly. Things started slowing down from there. Once our starters were cleared away there was a wait for our main course. I was offered black pepper and parmesan, and the comedy oversized pepper mill did it's job but the parmesan arrived in one of those little disposable paper thimbles that can be found in McDonald's for ketchup. A disappointing surprise. It then took a while for our plates to be cleared. We attracted the attention of the young girl who was serving and clearing, and asked for our bill. A little disappointed to see her reappear a little with plates for another table. Eventually another member of staff presented our bill but not before she offered us the dessert menu. Again there seemed a disproportionate wait before she reappeared with the card machine. We settled up and left. The food was fine - tasty, and comfortable portions - no complaints about that, and the staff were friendly enough. Prices were reasonable and the menu had a varied selection. The service was slow and on a busy Saturday night it would be better to have more than 2 waiting staff, only one of which seemed to be taking orders and payments. And please, lose those awful paper receptacles for parmesan cheese.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
What a great pub! My (local) friends were recognised by the landlady and made to feel welcome. The pub was moderately busy, and the open fire was burning coal and that wonderful smell permeated the room. Some good real ales - St Austell's 'Proper Job' and Symonds' cider. Food options were good and varied but didn't cross the line of pretentiousness, or of being gastropubby (but it IS getting close) like some of the other pubs in the area. We had spare ribs and chips, a chilli and bubble and squeak. All reasonable portions and not overly large. Served promptly and cheerily. Please keep it this way!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago