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The Nightingale Camp Hill 1969


A tin shack (the original ), by the flyover on the Stratford Road. It opened at 10pm, only on a Saturday and Sunday. Then it moved to Aston, then Thorp St, then now, and got better with every move. You went there with the risk of gastroenteritis if you ate a beef burger. You paid for the music on the juke box, and it was raided every Saturday night because somebody was smoking pot. It was the only place if you wanted to stay up till 2 in the morning.

Contributed by: Pam Hudson, 63

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