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Pete Chilcott
Worked at Line Communications
Attended Brockenhurst Grammar School
Lives in Gosport
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'Did America lose a bet?'
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This has pushed my wish to travel to Oz even higher :/
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Look who was waiting for me this morning
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Now there was an aircraft designed to look as if it was never meant to fly. But what a buzz to go aloft in that cab
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This is what a rolling roadblock looks like from the central reservation of the M25 (J15)
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I dunno. Coming to our towns, covering themselves completely, wearing a headscarf, buying a small tin of meat for the cat. Share now if you think this is wrong
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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
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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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Thirty aircraft, six helicopters, ten hovercraft, Harleys, fast cars, a petting zoo, pony rides, face painting, a magician, Professor Crump

This is excellent accommodation at a much better price than the brands including Premier Inn. The staff are always welcoming. The public areas and rooms are spotless. Rooms are a good size with all the usual things like a tea tray, toiletries and telly. WiFi is free (take that, Holiday Inn and Premier Inn) and my room had a DAB radio this time. In the lounge area it is possible to have a drink, or meal (there's also a restaurant) and tea and coffee are free. Breakfast choices are good and include both continental and English.I cannot find fault with Radcliffe!
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
I would appear to have been the only resident. During the evening there seemed to be very little presence by the staff in the hotel bar or restaurant. The room was perfectly comfortable with a very modern bathroom. I was surprised but not upset to discover that there was no telly out radio in the room. There is free WiFi for guests. Breakfast was (refreshingly) cooked to order. This is a hotel with history but perfectly comfortable.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
I stayed only for one night and didn't use the restaurant. The parking is tight. The foyer was a little underwhelming with a reception that reminded me of the one in the flop house used by the Blues Brothers. There were boxes in the foyer. The decor is all rather brown and and a bit 70s but was otherwise clean and tidy. The room was great - it was comfortable and clean and without fault. Breakfast was good with lots of choice between continental and the ubiquitous full English in its variations. The room layout was a little odd with columns and partitions. I'd be happy to return.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
I really did only stay overnight so never used services other than reception, where the Receptionist was friendly and helpful. Breakfast was simple and the waitress efficient but thats all. The hotel was clean and tidy but pretty soulless
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
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An evening with old colleagues from 25 years. We spent out time in the bar. Service was efficient. It seemed a little odd having Russia Today on the TV. Makes a change to watch a programme about ISIS rather than Lower league football
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
I needed a room for Milton Keynes. There was nothing available for less thean £120 then I found the Snoozebox. The price was good - £45 B&B - and there was availability, The hotel is a little awkward to find in the dark once on the Silverstone complex. Check in was straightforward and the staff courteous. The room was a little smaller than I expected but otherwise really comfy and really ingenious. Beds were comfy. the temperature fine and had everything one would need for a simple overnight stay. Food in the restaurant was perfectly satisfactory and breakfast had plenty of choice. The main cube building was nicely designed andlit, and had an unconventional layout. Such a great hotel and so different from the chains eg HI Express. I'd definitely go back. Can we have more of these around the country, please?
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
These guys are putting together a great venture, with a unique brand and already has a strong customer base. Gavin is a great exemplar and whilst I'm not typical of his demographic, he's been able to give some great and useful advice.
Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago