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Went to Hyde Park on 3 July.
I noticed that on the huge map of London hanging to the left of the stage, "Walton-on-Thames" was the only place name included.
Can anyone explain its significance? Can't be a reference to Tracy Jacks, as surely that's Walton-on-Naze?
"..(Tracy Jacks) got on the first train to Walton
(Tracy Jacks) and stood on the seafront
(Tracy Jacks) threw his clothes in the water..."
Unless of course whoever sanctioned the map has made a giant (literally) gaffe?
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I wouldnt read too much into the marketing/posters etc that went into the 2009 tour. A lot of it was hastily thrown together at the last minute.
See tour programme, Midlife etc
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tracy jacks is definitely walton as in the naze - but maybe it was highlighted just because its walton and it fitted. most people wouldnt know one walton from another i doubt
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