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The Wallygrange Grammar School Blog!
     

The Wallygrange Grammar School Blog!

by Mike Knowles
 

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Situated dangerously close to the sewage works in the delightful Cheshire village of Prestbury lies Wallygrange Grammar School. Run in the Middle Ages by a group of itinerant monks with a penchant for a special brew of mind bending gooseberry wine, the secret recipe of which was discovered in 2007 by the son of a local brewer called Wheek. The producer of Macclesfield

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Situated dangerously close to the sewage works in the delightful Cheshire village of Prestbury lies Wallygrange Grammar School. Run in the Middle Ages by a group of itinerant monks with a penchant for a special brew of mind bending gooseberry wine, the secret recipe of which was discovered in 2007 by the son of a local brewer called Wheek. The producer of Macclesfield's world famous Wheek Beer. Young Wheek and some of his friends began brewing the wine in the School Science Department. Labelled by OFSTED as, "the UK's worst school bar none," Wallygrange is an independent school run by the Headmaster, Alfred Scholar NUT TA. A man with a mansion considerably larger than Wayne Rooney's house. The book contains excerpts from the school blog and includes luminaries such as Her Grace the Duchess of Addlington, who works there as a Dinner Lady and the Great Malakas, God of Bloggers. Then there's the atomic toilets and the time machine - which enables the headmaster and his wife to take their annual jaunt to the infamous 1923 Sheep Dog Trials in Peover...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780692381304
Publisher:
Whorror House
Publication date:
02/03/2015
Pages:
68
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.18(d)

Meet the Author

Mike Knowles has been a published writer for over 30-years working mainly in comics. He's also written for TV and radio and spent three years as a gag Finally he also contributed a number of gonzo style articles to one of those "top-of-the-shelf" magazines. However his foray into gonzo journalism was conducted without the late Hunter S. Thompson's voracious appetite for mind bending substances. (Well, let's just say he didn't take as many as he did).

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