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where can I buy one..?

archiepem

BUY WORK CLOTHING .  nah lad mills and  p- way supply  um . night all

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That's exactly it..!
Thanks to all for taking the time to respond.. appreciated.
Hostafan1

the next bring and buy sale at a Russian Gulag?

 

jatnikapyar

Behave Hostafan 1 or you will upset you know who.......the USA is already giving him a hard time. He might be tempted to turn our heating off

Hostafan1

I'm intrigued now jatnikapyar, For what is the  usa giving him a hard time?

 

I bought a similar one - manufacturer YARMO and made in England! - Engineers Work Jacket - JK01 £18.45 - Does the job for me. Washes great (non-bio), 100% cotton.

http://www.yarmo.co.uk/acatalog/info-4006864.html

Jack 3
I wish I hadn't seen this thread, now I must have one!
David K

Oh Gawd!!!!! Coveted it may be, but is the 'blue navvy jacket' (even with a shirt & tie)suitable attire for VIP day at Chelsea?......One was probably not amused!

Dr. Walter wrote (see)

I bought a similar one - manufacturer YARMO and made in England! - Engineers Work Jacket - JK01 £18.45 - Does the job for me. Washes great (non-bio), 100% cotton.

http://www.yarmo.co.uk/acatalog/info-4006864.html

 

Railway track-workers are issued with them free.
 

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David K wrote (see)

Oh Gawd!!!!! Coveted it may be, but is the 'blue navvy jacket' (even with a shirt & tie)suitable attire for VIP day at Chelsea?......One was probably not amused!

 

Looks quite fetching with the shirt and tie.. BBC must have told him to bring it in case no one recognised him in a suit.


Best man at a Eddie Yeats wedding springs to mind

 

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David K

To each his/her own of course, but a man like that emptied my bin this morning.....minus the tie, of course.

Gardenmaiden

We used to have a roadsweeper who wore that outfit when I was a little girl. Perhaps its linen and that's why it looks scruffy.

Has Monty damaged is knee of leg in some way? (Hence the walking sick).

Dovefromabove

Well, he did have a stroke didn't he?  Maybe there's a little residual weakness.

A  cotton or linen suit seems perfectly suitable clothing for a gardening occasion with temperatures in the mid 20s.  Frequently seen at the smartest concerts at the Aldeburgh Festival and county summer weddings   

Supernoodle

Think he said he hurt it last week - in Sunday's Chelsea programme, or maybe in the countdown to Chelsea. I mean that's when he said it, not hurt it!