Picture the Dad’s Army scene as Captain Mainwaring addresses his mainly past their ‘sell-by’ date squad, writes Ted Bemand.
“Right, men,” he says. “I’ve got an idea. Instead of waiting for the invasion, we need to practise one ourselves, on our autocycles.”
(The Home Guard doesn’t run to 16H Nortons).
“Where?” asks Sergeant Wilson.
“Not Scotland,” interrupts Private Godfrey. “My knees are not up to those mountains.”
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