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The first part of an interview with John Fenty which originally appeared in the Cleethorpes Chronicle newspaper has now been posted online at:

[url]http://grimsbynews.blogspot.co.uk/2015/01/john-fenty-where-theres-will-theres.html[/url]
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I too went to St Peter's and Beacon Hill which changed to Mathew Humberston,

I too are a bit dyslextic  ( cant spell )

I too made millions building up and selling a business, ( I wish )


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I too went to St Peter's and Beacon Hill which changed to Mathew Humberston,

I too are a bit dyslextic  ( cant spell )

I too made millions building up and selling a business, ( I wish )


You also like a drop of the old red though Pete
But you can keep your caps lock under control afterwards


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I too went to St Peter's and Beacon Hill which changed to Mathew Humberston,

I too are a bit dyslextic  ( cant spell )

I too made millions building up and selling a business, ( I wish )


I also went St Peter's and Beacon Hill which changed to Mathew Humberston for what it's worth.


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Matthew is now called "Holy Family Catholic Academy", believe it or not.

Now say 2 Our Fathers and 5 Hail Marys for the sin of doubting the Word of Fenty.  
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I to went to Thrunscoe and Lindsey lower and upper and like JF I am dyslextic and illiterate but this has not stopped me from running a successful business in the local area.
Bugs me when the spelling police are around as not all of us are fortunate enough to be perfect.
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Matthew is now called "Holy Family Catholic Academy", believe it or not.


That's bizarre isn't it. Growing up in Cleethorpes, I hardly ever met a Catholic, now they've got one of/the only? secondary school in the town. Are there that many Poles around now?


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One side of my Mum's family is catholic but, to be honest, they are pretty much the only ones I've met in the area!

I suppose that a number of eastern European arrivals will have bumped the numbers up, though there are hardly that many immigrants in N.E. Lincs that I've encountered.

Matthew was a C of E school before the merger turned it into a Catholic one, I believe? Ian Paisley will be spinning in his grave at this papist insurgency!  
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I assume Irish hitman Daryl Clare went there!


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There's more Catholics than you think - I had to stand at the back at my Nana's funeral when they all turned up! Think there are three or four churches in Gy/Clee.
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