He was also publishing director for Trinity Mirror North Wales and Cheshire.He grew up in Stockport, Greater Manchester and has worked in the local newspaper industry for 27 years.“There was a time, not long ago, when we would differ on the interpretation of the facts. Now, his campaign is assuring fellow Britons that a vote to Remain in the European Union will see Turkish migrants flooding across the border. It should go without saying that the president of the United States takes no pleasure in a man massacring 49 of his fellow Americans in Orlando, while the chances of Turkey ever joining the EU are slim to non-existent.
50 PETS OF CORONATION STREET Albert – Stray dog adopted by Suzie Birchall Archie – Budgie given to Ena but taken in by Martha Barney – David’s rabbit Beauty – Mavis’ third budgie Bella – Maxine’s cat Betty’s Hotshot – Rovers racehorse Bobby – Minnie Caldwell’s first cat Bobby – Sunny Jim – Minnie’s replacement cat Boomer – Dog Jack bought Vera Cleo – Factory cat brought by Vera to catch mice Dinah – Lillian Spencer’s mynah bird Dolly – One of Jack’s pigeons killed by fox Dolores – Tommy’s donkey Dougal – Sam Tindall’s dog Eccles (Lady Freckles) – Dog inherited by Blanche after a friend died Fergie – One of Jack's favourite pigeons Fred's Folly – Fred Gee and Alf Roberts’ greyhound Fury – Alsatian bought as a guard dog by Eddie Yeats Gilbert – Albert Tatlock's homing pigeon John – Jesse Chadwick’s parrot Harry/Harriet – Mavis’ budgie renamed after it laid an egg Harry – Mavis’ second budgie originally a stray called Boris Harry's Luck – Greyhound owned by Don Brennan Jarvis – Becky Palmer’s budgie Kitchener – Alice Pickens’ mynah bird Leanne – Simon Barlow’s rabbit Little Hilda – Eddie’s favourite chicken Lucky Lolita – A greyhound owned by Harry Hewitt Marmaduke – Cat owned by Betty Mr. Woo 2 – Rita's replacement dog after the first one died Mitzi – Jenny Bradley’s dog Molly – One of Jack’s pigeons killed by a fox Monica – Tyrone's dog Ozzy – Dog given to Liam Connor by Maria Porky & Bess – Pigs owned by Keith Appleyard Randy – Percy Sugden’s budgie Rat Features – Guinea pig owned by Sophie Rommel – Cat owned by Hilda Rover – Alsatian taken in by Bet Saracen – Vicky’s horse Scamper – Joyce Smedley’s then Judy Mallett’s dog Scarlett – One of Jack’s pigeons Schmeichel – Chesney’s Great Dane Shandy – Sean Tully’s former dog Sunny Jim – Jed Stone’s cat Tiger – Natalie’s cat Tucker & Zammo – Kittens taken in by Trevor Dean (aka Purno & Black) Links to other lists: Current cast list (at September 2010) Who's Who in Weatherfield Who has lived where in the Street Births Deaths (all 114 of them) Marriages - 88 weddings (but 14 didn't go ahead as planned) The 51 barmaids at the Rovers Return Ken Barlow's women 50 famous cameos and guest stars 50 interesting facts (including the most popular ever episode) 50 quirky facts (including who has had the most weddings ) 50 pets in Weatherfield Record breakers - who has appeared in the most episodes?
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