city Yorkshire: Last News

Ex-Where the Heart Is and Coronation Street star now running a shop in Wales

Read more: ITV 'makes mess' of Queen's Platinum Jubilee Celebration as 'animal cruelty' concerns raised At Home with the Braithwaites on ITV followed a family in Leeds after one of them won millions on the lottery, and Where the Heart Is focused on nurses in the fictional Yorkshire town of Skelthwaite. Charles has also starred in A Touch of Frost, Casualty and Coronation Street. At the shop, Charles, 59, spends his days chatting to customers about the vinyl they sell, WalesOnline reports.

He has also recently become a town councillor for Tenby. Charles told WalesOnline: "I look at things and sometimes I think 'that needs fixing. And I don't know if I can, but I can certainly go in and say, can we fix this? How do we fix this? You know, just strange things, toilets, parking, you know, rubbish.

Those little things. " The actor left Tenby when he was 17 to attend London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and lived in London for 20 years. But before that, he grew up in the basement of Dale's music with with his dad Laurie and mum Marion.

There, he did his piano practice, before deciding to play the guitar instead. Charles added: "Dad was always a performer, a singer and locally did a lot of am drams and when mum was little she did a lot of radio. She did accents and dialect and I just grew up sitting at the back of rehearsal rooms at school or the De Valence , wherever they were putting on a play.

So I grew up with it, it was the most natural thing in the world. "When Charles lived in Tenby in his childhood, he remembered having a gang of around 10 friends that used to play rugby and football together. They'd also watch games and head to the chippy.

stars Celebrity Music
www.msn.comwww.msn.com

city Yorkshire: Main News

Read more: ITV 'makes mess' of Queen's Platinum Jubilee Celebration as 'animal cruelty' concerns raised At Home with the Braithwaites on ITV followed a family in Leeds after one of them won millions on the lottery, and Where the Heart Is focused on nurses in the fictional Yorkshire town of Skelthwaite. Charles has also starred in A Touch of Frost, Casualty and Coronation Street. At the shop, Charles, 59, spends his days chatting to customers about the vinyl they sell, WalesOnline reports.
Eurovision Song Contest took place in our very own county of Yorkshire. In 1982, the 27th edition of the competition took place in Harrogate following the country's victory at the 1981 contest. Buck's Fizz won it for us, with their classic "Making Your Mind Up".

Related News

Rotherham has so many cannabis farms nicking electricity they're causing power cuts - dailystar.co.uk - city Yorkshire
dailystar.co.uk
60%
461
Rotherham has so many cannabis farms nicking electricity they're causing power cuts
A town has so many cannabis farms they are causing power cuts.Police have launched a crackdown in Rotherham after electricity surges triggered by drug production plunged homes into darkness up to four-times-a-day.In three months officers have shut 61 cannabis farms, seized 6,797 plants with a street value of £6.8million and arrested 25 suspected drug producers in the South Yorkshire town controlled by 17 organised crime gangs.Officers say Operation Grow is vital both in keeping drugs off the streets and the lights on in people’s houses.Local MP Sarah Champion said cannabis farms had become "standard" and were blowing the power supply "sometimes four-times-a-day".It was having massive knock-on implications to both households but also local businesses.She went on to admit that many of the farms were run by organised crime gangs."There's modern slaves that are physically inside the properties. And then rival gangs will have turf wars,’’ she added.Indoor cannabis farms need artificial heat, light and humidity to function leading to gangs - including many from eastern Europe - stealing the energy needed to power them.Some criminals have dressed as workmen and posed as power company staff to dig up pavements and tap into mains electricity supplies.In the town’s Eastwood district streets are lined with police-raided properties sealed with metal shutters.
DMCA