Monday, 13 September 2010

Motspur Point?

"There’s so much more to Motspur Park than some old gasometers and a railway station...", proclaims the website (alongside a picture of some old gasometers and a railway station).


Actually, it turns out there is - and you can read about at least some of the other dimensions of our neighbouring little town on the local website MotspurPark.info  which I have just stumbled upon.


I'm told that only one person in Motspur Park actually has access to the Internet, as the townsfolk are still distrustful of the devils work - which is a shame as this cracking little website is full of great local information and features.

Check it out - if you like what you see, I might organise some kind of expedition to Motspur Park.


We might even be able to open trade links (we can go armed with lace and ribbons from Broadway Bargains and perhaps some inkjet refill kits from Mr Ink).


Is anyone willing to join me?

5 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

Minigee said...

Love it! Particulary Pssst! and Free Take. Could we organise a Motspur Park / Worcester Park Free Take exchange in order to expedite friendly relations? We could take their Christmas Tree stand in return for our KFC...

axlrocky said...

i say befriend them and then we can use them in a military insurgency against old malden and take back the other side of the bridge and parts of the Avenue and green lane which have been greedily swallowed up by Kingston! They could provide a great rear-gaurd action!

Anonymous said...

The August crime report is a shocking read...

"Theft from motor vehicle...unknown person(s) stole a wheel nut...it has happened a couple of times before"

So if anyone does venture across to Motspur, either get someone else to drive, or just keep moving....

Father Of Chops said...

Firstly, I think we should send in our own traffic warden to loiter about and report back on any Motspur Park fundamentalist activity. Our local merchants don't want to end up having to pay 'protection' to the infamous Motspur Mafia once trade lines are opened. The last thing we need, adding to traffic congestion, is blacked- out 'fake Bentley' looking Chryslers' double parked outside shops while the shop-owners get shaken down.

Unfortunately though the current traffic warden had his cover blown when he was photographed for the Caption Competition blog post, writing up his findings from his last undercover op deep behind enemy lines.

Jeff said...

axlrocky, you will never succeed in your military insurgency against Old Malden with or without Motspur Parkian allies because Old Malden holds the high ground and as Von Clauswitz, the world's greatest Military strategist, wrote "who ever holds the high ground wins the war". We would also have the fearless fighters of the Sheephouse Way Estate on our side (if you've ever been outside The Malden Manor at chucking out time you'll know what I mean and the women are worst of all) so why don't you just give up and accept that Worcester Park on the Sutton side is really just a colony of Old Malden and always will be.

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