Thank you for posting this warning, Pearl and I am glad your aunt did not get involved with this scammer.
It may be worth checking with the Trading Standards department of her local council (in addition to reporting this fraudster to them) to see if they supply sternly-worded window stickers...
Just going through some Holmfirth holiday photos to send family, and discovered I had taken one of the New Mill toilets without realising it! (What a numpty, but in my defence, it had been a while since I'd watched the episode in question).
It was just a fun snap of the bus stop on my way back...
That's a different calendar from the Andrew Swales one, which this year is called "Holmfirth" (there is also one available from Andrew Swales with views of Huddersfield). Already got the "Holmfirth" one but the Summer Wine one looks nice too. I maybe need to write a wee note to Santa.
Wow, that's great detective work Terry!
I had a look on Google Street View and followed Dean Lane along to the junction with Dean Bridge Lane. That looks like the place in Hepworth where local bus drivers have the unenviable job of turning buses around in a extremely small space.
I can't do it - for me they are all first equal!
The one that made me laugh most though was "The Kink in Foggy's Niblick", just for the sheer absurdity, and Brian Wilde's straight face throughout it all.
Thanks Terry, wonder if there is any member out there who knows this place? Of course there has probably been a bit of new building since the late 1970's so it won't look exactly as it does in the episode.
Just been watching "Here We Go into the Wild Blue Yonder" and could not place the location where the trio are at the beginning of the programme and Compo is reminiscing about rolling Eileen Watkins down the hill. The trio are in a country place, but looking across the way from where they are...