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Pete Chilcott
Worked at Line Communications
Attended Brockenhurst Grammar School
Lives in Gosport
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That's the way it is my loves. Blame the Catholic Church for not letting me wear one of those little rubber things. Oh, they've done some wonderful things in their time. They preserved the might and majesty, even the mystery, of the Church of Rome, the sanctity of the sacrament, and the indivisible oneness of the Trinity. But if they'd let me wear one of those little rubber things on the end of my cock, we wouldn't be in the mess we are now.
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And so the Crimson Permanent Assurance was launched upon the high seas of finance
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Damn. Someone got to the radio before me and Zoe Bloody Ball is on. 
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I really hope we don't get fully televised trials such as the Pistorius one. Its not in the public interest but for public titillation and becomes a soap opera for the viewers.
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It's fun to charter an accountant
And sail the wide accountancy,
To find, explore the funds offshore
And skirt the shoals of bankruptcy!

It can be manly in insurance.
We'll up your premium semi-annually.
It's all tax deductible.
We're fairly incorruptible,
We're sailing on the wide accountancy!
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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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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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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 - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks 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 month ago
reviewed a month ago
I found a good deal for this hotel which was some 700NKR cheaper than other hotels. Check in was a little slow at first as I didn't see the button to summon the staff - the restaurant was very busy being the week before Christmas. After that, it was slick and I was quickly in my room. The corridors are spartan and the room is best described as rustic, tying in with the hotel name which means 'Old Workshop' I was told. The room was spacious, warm and comfortable. Take a book as there wasn't much for non-English speakers on the telly. WiFi is freely available throughout the hotel. I went back down to reception to see if I could eat in the busy restaurant. I was courteously told that there would be a short wait whilst a table was readied. I was shown a to a sofa and offered a glass of wine. The menu is in Norwegian, understandably, but my waitress was very helpful explaining it and the choice of the Christmas buffet. I opted for the lutefisk, a Norwegian specialty, and not something I had tried before. As it was served I was told that the chef would do me something else if I didn't like it, which was really generous. I did it and it wasn't so bad. I had a good night's sleep and the buffet breakfast was excellent with many choices. The hotel is just a couple of minutes from the railway station and the bus interchange but is also by the shops which have great displays and not one Primark to be seen! Overall, a good stay with friendly and helpful staff and an excellent restaurant.Remember, this is Norway so will be more expensive than the UK. but to my mind was relatively good value
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
This was OK. We got in about 8. Food is really cheap and very generous . Food for 4 and 4 drinks came to £32. The food on the counter 2 about dry under the searing heart lamps and there sad spilt food around the dishes. The chef was really good about my wife's dairy intolerance and produced a plateful of unglazed veg and also brought her a plateful of meat. Waiting staff seemed rare and a tad disinterested. The place looks a bit tired but is otherwise popular
Food: GoodDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
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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 month ago
reviewed a month ago
A little off the beaten track; once you've crossed the motorway turn sharp right by Lock Cottage and go all the way to the end. Don't be put off by the gear lying around. As I drove in I was met by the owner and escorted to my room overlooking the stable yard. The rooms were clean, really smart and comfortable. Although the motorway was close by I don't find it overly noisy. In fact the donkey was more audible but not exactly a problem. Breakfast is continental style, generous with fresh fruit, and served in the room. Not one complaint from this traveller, especially at £40 a night.
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Quality: Very goodFacilities: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
This would be one of the better Chinese takeaways in Gosport. The food is good quality, not greasy, always hot and delivered quickly. The menuis aa littledifferent inthat they include some Thai dishes. They have a funky looking menu too!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago