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Saturday at the Kardomah


"There weren't cafes just the , the gays used to congregate on a Saturday morning, lunchtime, in the Café in New Street, down in the basement, don't know what it is now, think it is a Ted Baker, and Muji, nice old building with all the old stonework, and that was the sort of meeting place for gays on a Saturday morning, while you're shopping, now it's Tesco's on a Sunday afternoon while you're shopping. It takes me three hours to get a loaf of bread I see so many people I know from the past."

Contributed by: Keith Campbell, 58

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