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    The end of the Somali Club, Upper Parliament Street: 10th March 1983

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    Which part of UPS?

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    Another little piece of local history bites the dust! Used to drink in there ( bottles only) in the 70's before going to the ?????? club over the road, which was also knocked down, some time ago.Does anyone remember it's name?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsteve55 View Post
    Another little piece of local history bites the dust! Used to drink in there ( bottles only) in the 70's before going to the ?????? club over the road, which was also knocked down, some time ago.Does anyone remember it's name?
    Was it the Yaruba? Something like that, memory failing me. Didn't go there myself much, preferred the Somali.

    Re the enquiry, 'what part of UPS'? If you faced the building, Hope St was on your left, Church of Christ Scientist next, then Parliament Place, then block with Somali in. To its right was Percy Street. All rebuilt now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wsteve55 View Post
    Another little piece of local history bites the dust! Used to drink in there ( bottles only) in the 70's before going to the ?????? club over the road, which was also knocked down, some time ago.Does anyone remember it's name?
    The club opposite was The Tudor Club AKA Dutch Eddies number 60 Upper Parliament St.
    The Yoruba was on the Block between Granby St. and Verulam St.
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