Murgatroyd's Mill Trip

Fishcake Publications
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 Breakfast, bus, beer, Blackpool…bust!
The Christmas club was a great success, the Christmas club social evening passed by with only one incident and Willie, Arthur and Eustace were feeling pretty good about themselves; especially Eustace who, on the back of that one incident, was beginning to have a turnaround in his life.

But has Eustace bitten off more than he can chew when he decides he is going to organise the Murgatroyd mill trip to Blackpool? He thinks not, but then…it is Eustace.

The normally down-trodden, stuttering, bumbling fool that is Eustace is bound to stumble his way through this minefield of potential problems but, as usual, he has his friends Willie and Arthur to back him up. But could that make things worse?

If organising the trip wasn’t hard enough, imagine the things that could go wrong with a bus full of drunken mill workers enjoying the delights of sunny Blackpool.

Liaisons with ‘ladies’ on another trip?
Escaping the clutches of Madame Zsa Zsa?
Kidnapping a donkey?
Crashing the bus?

How is Eustace and his friends going to get out of this series of mishaps? After all, they are responsible and the police are always involved…
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 Tall, thin and handsome, well educated and extremely suave…well actually this is pure fantasy, just like his writing. In fact he’s short, fat, ugly and an educational failure (in his own words).

Having spent his entire working life as an engineer to the textile trade, he decided to write about some of the characters he had met and their problems. Actually, the personal bit is fantasy again; in fact, it’s all somewhere in between.
Any reference to any person dead or not living is purely coincidental.
Stephen is an entertaining fellow and a popular member of the Holmfirth Writers' Group where he often has the other members in hysterics with his funny stories and has one such piece in the Group's second anthology Pennine Reflections. He was also a member of the Huddersfield Author's Circle and his short stories can be heard on Two Valleys Radio.
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Fishcake Publications
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Published on
Feb 22, 2016
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Pages
281
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ISBN
9781909015340
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English
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