Coping with the cold

Coping with the cold

Coping with the cold

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IN THE years before central heating we all got to school on time despite freezing cold houses (“Family left without heating for three weeks,” The Press, February 25).

We used to boil pans or kettles of water to fill the sink or tin bath. Why miss calls and essential appointments?

Lynne Lea, Ivy Place, New Earswick, York.

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1:30pm Mon 10 Mar 14

Omega Point says...

Assuming you had a coal fire though or did you live in an ugloo
Assuming you had a coal fire though or did you live in an ugloo Omega Point
  • Score: -3

5:21pm Mon 10 Mar 14

Major Bloodnok says...

The Days you when you could go out with ten shillings .... have 10 G&Ts....a taxi home....fish chips....and still have enough to buy Mr Alexander some doddle paper....Happy Days
The Days you when you could go out with ten shillings .... have 10 G&Ts....a taxi home....fish chips....and still have enough to buy Mr Alexander some doddle paper....Happy Days Major Bloodnok
  • Score: 10

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