28m.

Rockfax Description
The black streak running down the right-hand side of Central Wall is a fingery classic. Follow Central Wall then move right to the base of the streak. Climb straight up this which is sustained and fingery all the way to its top (a rest is possible on the left, in the scoop of Catharsis, for the harassed). At the top of the streak, pull up and finish up the Ivy Gash. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
First thread on the head wall replaced May 2015. Second thread needs replacing. The rest are okish but not new. Good in situ ab point / belay at the top off a massive metal cable thread.

FA. John Yates 1974

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Fiend 19 May, 2007 Show βeta
βeta: Magificent, as good as any bit of pocket pulling you'd find on the Continent. Currently well threaded and deserving of a fair 6b+. The off-route deviation to a rest out left does NOT get you the tick! Just a bloody great bit of climbing. To avoid the utterly vile and lethal approach from below, and to avoid the grass slopes getting to the Ivy Gash belay, it's possible to ab from the hawthorn cluster to the belay ledge with a 50m ab rope. A 60m ab rope would get you to Majolica too.
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βeta: Magificent, as good as any bit of pocket pulling you'd find on the Continent. Currently well threaded and deserving of a fair 6b+. The off-route deviation to a rest out left does NOT get you the tick! Just a bloody great bit of climbing. To avoid the utterly vile and lethal approach from below, and to avoid the grass slopes getting to the Ivy Gash belay, it's possible to ab from the hawthorn cluster to the belay ledge with a 50m ab rope. A 60m ab rope would get you to Majolica too.
TonyM 21 Sep, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Surely the difficulty is pretty dependent on the number of threads in situ? Climbed as a clip-up (condition last weekend), it's straightforward. Quality though! Lots of 1st finger joint moves.
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βeta: Surely the difficulty is pretty dependent on the number of threads in situ? Climbed as a clip-up (condition last weekend), it's straightforward. Quality though! Lots of 1st finger joint moves.
NickAL 21 Jul, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: A worthwhile 'warm-up-approach' is to lead Pocket Symphony (can be done in one pitch from the ground), then do the 2nd, traverse pitch of Ivy Gash lowering off the top belay it shares with black grub (watch the ends of the rope when lowering the 2nd). Nick Learmont
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βeta: A worthwhile 'warm-up-approach' is to lead Pocket Symphony (can be done in one pitch from the ground), then do the 2nd, traverse pitch of Ivy Gash lowering off the top belay it shares with black grub (watch the ends of the rope when lowering the 2nd). Nick Learmont
John Alcock 31 May, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Lovelly sustained pocket pulling, with a distinct crux just below the move left. I thought there was a better rest when you move back right onto the black streak than the one out left. The approach is horrible and if the fixed rope wears out, you could go a long way.
βeta?
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βeta: Lovelly sustained pocket pulling, with a distinct crux just below the move left. I thought there was a better rest when you move back right onto the black streak than the one out left. The approach is horrible and if the fixed rope wears out, you could go a long way.
chrishedgehog 23 Mar, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Just reached the approach path on 50m ropes from the steel cable threaded at the top of Ivy Gash - a good descent option. The approach is really grim and merits respect, even in the dry.
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βeta: Just reached the approach path on 50m ropes from the steel cable threaded at the top of Ivy Gash - a good descent option. The approach is really grim and merits respect, even in the dry.
Ropeboy 24 Oct, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: A nice long pitch, best done without the rest for the 'full' experience.
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βeta: A nice long pitch, best done without the rest for the 'full' experience.
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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
Katie2401Tron 18 Aug 2nd O/S
with Pete, Dom
with Pete, Dom
markfairbank 14 Apr Lead O/S Having the threads in makes it feel easier I guess, but still committing lower down the black streak. First clean E3.
Having the threads in makes it feel easier I guess, but still committing lower down the black streak. First clean E3.
Anne Fairbank 14 Apr 2nd dog
Hidden 23 Mar 2nd
Greg Cunningham 24 Feb Lead rpt
with Frances Taylor
with Frances Taylor
Hidden 23 Feb Lead O/S
rene 17 Feb Lead rpt
Tony Walker 22 Oct, 2018 Lead rpt
Tina Holt 22 Oct, 2018 2nd β
debsb 21 Oct, 2018 Lead O/S
with Crispin, dominic lee
with Crispin, dominic lee
dominic lee 21 Oct, 2018 Lead rpt
with Crispin Waddy, debsb
with Crispin Waddy, debsb
dominic lee 7 Oct, 2018 Lead rpt Forgotten what a brilliant route this is...first done seconding Dan with frozen fingers one winter in the 80’s
with debsb, Stoney Boy, daniel lee
Forgotten what a brilliant route this is...first done seconding Dan with frozen fingers one winter in the 80’s
with debsb, Stoney Boy, daniel lee
Hidden 29 Sep, 2018 Lead O/S
phil64 28 Sep, 2018 2nd Good effort from Rach. Felt bold getting up to threads.
with Rach
Good effort from Rach. Felt bold getting up to threads.
with Rach
RachaelH 28 Sep, 2018 Lead O/S
with phil64
with phil64
eb202 15 Sep, 2018 2nd O/S Lovely steep face climbing climbing on pockets. Forgot to retrieve a black DMM wallnut (size 7, possibly with pink tape) on grey quickdraw with silver and blue snap gates on the way down. It's not stuck, just wobbling around in a pocket and requiring a bit of tetris. Would be most grateful for its return if you happen to be there. Thanks!
with Mike505
Lovely steep face climbing climbing on pockets. Forgot to retrieve a black DMM wallnut (size 7, possibly with pink tape) on grey quickdraw with silver and blue snap gates on the way down. It's not stuck, just wobbling around in a pocket and requiring a bit of tetris. Would be most grateful for its return if you happen to be there. Thanks!
with Mike505
Mike505 15 Sep, 2018 Lead O/S Got a little fatigued towards the top, great line but with the amount of threads (all lovely and new, thanks Gary) it's nearly a clip up.
with eb202
Got a little fatigued towards the top, great line but with the amount of threads (all lovely and new, thanks Gary) it's nearly a clip up.
with eb202
gritstone7 25 Aug, 2018 2nd O/S
pie_eater_pete 23 Aug, 2018 Lead O/S
bwestwood 23 Aug, 2018 2nd dog
Hidden 18 Aug, 2018 Lead O/S
spidey 14 Aug, 2018 Lead O/S Amazing line, felt steady. Not as pumpy as Majolica.
Amazing line, felt steady. Not as pumpy as Majolica.
jimbonfire 14 Aug, 2018 Lead On Ryans gear, excellent climbing technical but not too pumpy
with spidey
On Ryans gear, excellent climbing technical but not too pumpy
with spidey
NinaR 3 Aug, 2018 2nd O/S
with Gambit
with Gambit
Gambit 3 Aug, 2018 Lead dog Gutted to need a rest, great route, will come back with less gear and nail it.
with NinaR
Gutted to need a rest, great route, will come back with less gear and nail it.
with NinaR
clanger ??, 2018 -
michael.johnson ??, 2018 AltLd
Gary Gibson 20 Dec, 2017 - Did it in 1982. Recleaned in its lower half. All old threads replaced.
Did it in 1982. Recleaned in its lower half. All old threads replaced.
Paul ablitt 30 Sep, 2017 Lead O/S
with Rushy
with Rushy
Hidden 28 Aug, 2017 Lead O/S
benw681 3 Aug, 2017 Lead rpt
benw681 16 Oct, 2016 Lead rpt threads all bomber at the momemt so get on it
with Yuki
threads all bomber at the momemt so get on it
with Yuki
markalmack 25 Sep, 2016 2nd rpt
with will-i-am-old-as-fuck
with will-i-am-old-as-fuck
WB 25 Sep, 2016 Lead O/S the beest is better
the beest is better
AlexRenshaw 11 Sep, 2016 Lead
with Ted Lister
with Ted Lister
Adam Long 24 Jul, 2016 Lead Didn't feel E3 with all the threads in
with Ben Bransby
Didn't feel E3 with all the threads in
with Ben Bransby
JMarkW 13 Jul, 2016 2nd O/S Hard. Determined bex.
Hard. Determined bex.
belay bunny turned bad 13 Jul, 2016 Lead O/S
with JMarkW
with JMarkW
Ally Smith 28 May, 2016 Lead O/S
with AJM
with AJM
Chriswallis2 20 May, 2016 Lead rpt Dogged a few years ago. Cruisey this time.
with Mike W
Dogged a few years ago. Cruisey this time.
with Mike W
Mike W 20 May, 2016 Lead O/S
Theo Moore - UKC and UKH 23 Apr, 2016 Lead O/S not that good with all the threads in
not that good with all the threads in
Mike_Hayes 25 Mar, 2016 Lead
with ChrisC
with ChrisC
Nickc 7 Aug, 2015 Lead O/S
Stoney Boy 7 Aug, 2015 2nd rpt
with Nick Conway
with Nick Conway
philhilo 18 Jul, 2015 Lead β Had a look at it on abseil approach. No surprises but did check out a cam placement to back up the peg.
with heg
Had a look at it on abseil approach. No surprises but did check out a cam placement to back up the peg.
with heg
Sam Head 18 Jul, 2015 2nd O/S
Graham Westbrook 18 Jul, 2015 Lead O/S
derekb 23 Jun, 2015 Lead dnf Use this as an incentive to lose the weight ! Could not do move after first thread - 15/2!
with Harry
Use this as an incentive to lose the weight ! Could not do move after first thread - 15/2!
with Harry
Rachel Slater 16 May, 2015 Lead O/S
with Rosie Slater
with Rosie Slater
benw681 4 May, 2015 Lead dog What a stonking route. Perhaps E4 with the current shocking in situ threads and bird in the hole.
with Hannah
What a stonking route. Perhaps E4 with the current shocking in situ threads and bird in the hole.
with Hannah
Misha 4 May, 2015 Lead O/S What a great route! Perfect pocketed rock, not much of that around in the UK. Hung around below the crux moves past the second thread on the headwall, not entirely convinced by the two old threads so fiddled a good wire in but got a bit pumped in the process, managed to recover though and then figured out a fairly straightforward way forward so the hardest bit was the hanging around! The moves (or at least the easiest sequence) takes you towards the niche rest but didn't need it as there are better pockets up right anyway. Easier above but still lots of great 5b pocket pulling and a couple of tricky finishing moves. Good lower off at the top (steel cable thread) means you can ab off but it makes for a very exposed and slightly uncomfortable belay stance - better to lower off and belay the second from the belay ledge. Replaced the first thread on the headwall, the second one needs doing as well but ran out of tat! The threads above that aren't new but seemed more or less ok. Definitely E3 5c as per the guidebook, the E3 5b here must be a typo.
What a great route! Perfect pocketed rock, not much of that around in the UK. Hung around below the crux moves past the second thread on the headwall, not entirely convinced by the two old threads so fiddled a good wire in but got a bit pumped in the process, managed to recover though and then figured out a fairly straightforward way forward so the hardest bit was the hanging around! The moves (or at least the easiest sequence) takes you towards the niche rest but didn't need it as there are better pockets up right anyway. Easier above but still lots of great 5b pocket pulling and a couple of tricky finishing moves. Good lower off at the top (steel cable thread) means you can ab off but it makes for a very exposed and slightly uncomfortable belay stance - better to lower off and belay the second from the belay ledge. Replaced the first thread on the headwall, the second one needs doing as well but ran out of tat! The threads above that aren't new but seemed more or less ok. Definitely E3 5c as per the guidebook, the E3 5b here must be a typo.
Neil McA 20 Apr, 2015 Lead rpt
morganator 19 Apr, 2015 2nd
with Neil McAdie
with Neil McAdie
Duncan Campbell 22 Mar, 2015 2nd rpt
with Wft
with Wft
Hidden 22 Mar, 2015 Lead O/S
GouldHarry ??, 2015 Lead O/S
Chriswallis2 3 Aug, 2014 Lead dog Underestimated this. Hard and pumpy with the threads in place.. would be nails without them. Bomber metal lower off at the top, just below the grass.
with annaEM
Underestimated this. Hard and pumpy with the threads in place.. would be nails without them. Bomber metal lower off at the top, just below the grass.
with annaEM
rob.grafton 4 May, 2014 2nd dog
with conor shepherd
with conor shepherd
papashango 4 May, 2014 Lead O/S horrendous approach. well worth the effort though, quality
horrendous approach. well worth the effort though, quality
Hidden 13 Apr, 2014 Lead O/S
Hidden 12 Apr, 2014 Lead
Brown 12 Apr, 2014 Lead
with Lilifa
with Lilifa
alaan 12 Apr, 2014 2nd O/S
eel 12 Apr, 2014 Lead O/S
Duncan Campbell 9 Apr, 2014 Lead O/S Awesome! Brilliant pocket climbing up the wall, would be very cheeky if you had to place those threads! Should be on all E3 climbers hitlist and any sport fit E2 leaders' also. E3 5c and definitely deserving it's Top 50 tag.
Awesome! Brilliant pocket climbing up the wall, would be very cheeky if you had to place those threads! Should be on all E3 climbers hitlist and any sport fit E2 leaders' also. E3 5c and definitely deserving it's Top 50 tag.
Mike_Hayes 16 Mar, 2014 2nd rpt
with dan parkes
with dan parkes
Mike_Hayes 9 Mar, 2014 Lead O/S Very good unique and sustained pocket pulling. Would be awesome, but the tat strangely spoils the route's authenticity.
Very good unique and sustained pocket pulling. Would be awesome, but the tat strangely spoils the route's authenticity.
mike mo ??, 2014 -
Shortarse.Crowley 27 Aug, 2013 Lead O/S A fun climb! Onsight lead- nice stamina route, recommend using two ropes. A load of drag to pull through, doesnt help being pumped already !
with andi turner, Justin Critchlow
A fun climb! Onsight lead- nice stamina route, recommend using two ropes. A load of drag to pull through, doesnt help being pumped already !
with andi turner, Justin Critchlow
ejected ??, 2013 Lead O/S
bigdrew ??, 2013 Lead O/S Can't remember date.
Can't remember date.
w.pettet-smith 18 Aug, 2012 Lead maybe e3 if all threads were chopped.fun, unique climbing.
with ben
maybe e3 if all threads were chopped.fun, unique climbing.
with ben
Hidden 22 Jul, 2012 Lead O/S
Ram MkiV 25 Mar, 2012 Lead O/S
with Guy
with Guy
markalmack 25 Mar, 2012 Lead O/S so many threads it's a sport route! F6c ish
so many threads it's a sport route! F6c ish
tlmarjot 25 Mar, 2012 2nd dog
with Mark Almack
with Mark Almack
Andrew Barker ??, 2012 Lead O/S
Tony Kartawick ??, 2012 -
Bob ??, 2012 -
Chris_barr 22 Sep, 2011 Lead β
with James
with James
robinsi197 9 Sep, 2011 2nd dog Fell off. Then completed.
with Nick
Fell off. Then completed.
with Nick
simeclimb68 9 Sep, 2011 2nd rpt
with Phil Wilkinson
with Phil Wilkinson
Nick Sillem 9 Sep, 2011 Lead O/S
Hidden 4 Sep, 2011 Lead O/S
Hidden 27 Jul, 2011 Lead
Somerset swede basher 2 Jul, 2011 Lead O/S
with George Taylor
with George Taylor
phil64 ??, 2011 -
Hidden 2 Oct, 2010 Lead O/S
steveb2006 31 Aug, 2010 Lead
with Tim Cairns
with Tim Cairns
Hidden 30 Aug, 2010 2nd
Hidden 8 Aug, 2010 Lead
Nick Taylor 20 Jul, 2010 Lead O/S
with Adam Long
with Adam Long
spacey 29 Jun, 2010 Lead O/S Lovely climbing, very sustained to the little rest in the scoop and a sketchy top out. You can lower off a wire/chain set up near the top. Also worth noting that currently the path accross from the Thorn gearing up spot is relatively clear and makes it easyish to get to, so no excuses!
with Tom
Lovely climbing, very sustained to the little rest in the scoop and a sketchy top out. You can lower off a wire/chain set up near the top. Also worth noting that currently the path accross from the Thorn gearing up spot is relatively clear and makes it easyish to get to, so no excuses!
with Tom
Daniel Wicks 26 Jun, 2010 Lead O/S
with np134
with np134
Hidden 3 May, 2010 TR dog
Hidden 3 May, 2010 Lead dog
Hidden ??, 2010 Lead
Brian Rodgers 6 Sep, 2009 Lead O/S Quite physical. Approach as if doing Majolica and then traverse in.
with Ian Bruce
Quite physical. Approach as if doing Majolica and then traverse in.
with Ian Bruce
Stig 8 Aug, 2008 Lead dog A truly appalling effort. Did all the moves though.
with Charlie Reade-Jahn
A truly appalling effort. Did all the moves though.
with Charlie Reade-Jahn
andi turner 1 Jun, 2008 Lead O/S
with Mark Sharratt
with Mark Sharratt
Alex Mason 8 Aug, 2006 Lead O/S last route of a quality trip. well suited too. more tat than you can shake a stake at (8 bits?) the groove that the harrassed swing into, i believe everyone swings into its the line of the route. it doesnt make any difference because you get a good rest on big holds just too the right. 3**
last route of a quality trip. well suited too. more tat than you can shake a stake at (8 bits?) the groove that the harrassed swing into, i believe everyone swings into its the line of the route. it doesnt make any difference because you get a good rest on big holds just too the right. 3**
Neil McA 7 Jul, 2006 Lead rpt
with Jonathan Morgan
with Jonathan Morgan
9fingerjon ?Jul, 2006 2nd O/S
9fingerjon ?Jul, 2006 2nd O/S
with Neil
with Neil
Hidden 25 Jun, 2006 Lead O/S
steveb2006 29 Apr, 2006 Lead
with Pete Carter
with Pete Carter
Boy ??, 2006 -
Hidden 16 Sep, 2005 Lead rpt
Hidden 7 Aug, 2005 Lead O/S
Dave Bond 8 Jun, 2005 Lead O/S
with SiW
with SiW
nige 5 May, 2005 Lead
with sven rowan
with sven rowan
chrishedgehog 18 Mar, 2005 Lead O/S Sweaty day, seeping a bit AND chose today to forget chalk bag so as Botty doesn't use chalk, did it without. Add a grade!!
with Erwin Bottomley
Sweaty day, seeping a bit AND chose today to forget chalk bag so as Botty doesn't use chalk, did it without. Add a grade!!
with Erwin Bottomley
steveb2006 15 Jul, 2003 Lead dog Too sweaty
with Paul Ramsden
Too sweaty
with Paul Ramsden
AlexRenshaw 20 Mar, 2003 Lead
with Ted Lister
with Ted Lister
Hidden ?Sep, 2002 Lead O/S
Tim M ??, 2000 AltLd O/S
tuftynick ??, 2000 Lead
craig h 20 Apr, 1999 2nd
with Nez
with Nez
steveb2006 21 Mar, 1999 Lead Both lead
with Neville Contractor
Both lead
with Neville Contractor
steveb2006 6 Apr, 1997 Lead
with Terry Thornton
with Terry Thornton
crossleysm ?Jun, 1996 Lead
Daniel Wrightson 13 May, 1995 2nd
with Simon
with Simon
AlexRenshaw 4 Sep, 1994 2nd
with Ted Lister
with Ted Lister
Steve Crowe 9 Jul, 1994 Lead O/S
with karin
with karin
pete johnson 3 Jul, 1994 Lead O/S
with Mike Simpkins
with Mike Simpkins
andybirtwistle 2 May, 1994 Lead
neilh 17 Oct, 1993 Lead no instu tat just wires!
with sara hyde
no instu tat just wires!
with sara hyde
steveb2006 18 Sep, 1993 Lead Climb direct staying right of Catharsis scoop. Good
with Ian Cartwright
Climb direct staying right of Catharsis scoop. Good
with Ian Cartwright
andrew300169 30 May, 1993 Lead What a brilliant climb in an excellent position. Was hell to get to though
What a brilliant climb in an excellent position. Was hell to get to though
steveb2006 27 Mar, 1993 Lead After Mike fails on The Fly. Cold
After Mike fails on The Fly. Cold
MikePycroft 27 Mar, 1993 2nd
AlanLittle ??, 1993 2nd
with John Whitham
with John Whitham
steveb2006 17 Oct, 1992 Lead O/S
Hidden 4 Sep, 1992 Lead O/S
Rich Kirby 13 Aug, 1992 2nd
Roget 7 Jul, 1992 Lead O/S
with colin
with colin
Neil McA 4 Apr, 1992 Lead rpt
with Andy Perkins
with Andy Perkins
adi bryant 5 Oct, 1991 Lead dnf Took a big fall!
with Clive
Took a big fall!
with Clive
Hidden 11 May, 1991 Lead
whispering nic 21 Apr, 1991 2nd
with Ali W
with Ali W
mark-abz 2 Sep, 1990 Lead O/S
with Simon K
with Simon K
NickJH ?Apr, 1990 2nd
with D Picker, J Airey, I Smith, D Townsend
with D Picker, J Airey, I Smith, D Townsend
Hidden ??, 1990 -
Hidden ?Aug, 1989 -
tapley 27 Jul, 1989 2nd
with Phil Jarvis
with Phil Jarvis
Stoney Boy 30 Apr, 1989 Lead O/S
Will Webb 30 Apr, 1989 Lead
with Mark Cole
with Mark Cole
Bruce Kerr 29 Apr, 1989 Lead
with Grahame Nicoll, Rab Young
with Grahame Nicoll, Rab Young
David Slater 22 Apr, 1989 Lead
with John Peate
with John Peate
Billg ??, 1989 Lead O/S
AlexRenshaw 10 Dec, 1988 Lead
with Dor? Green
with Dor? Green
Cog ?Sep, 1988 2nd
Eduardo Martinez 29 Jun, 1988 Lead O/S
Hidden ?Jun, 1988 Lead O/S
steveb2006 7 May, 1988 Lead
with Simon Mee
with Simon Mee
Neil McA 8 Nov, 1987 Lead rpt After doing the Dovedale Dash in the morning
with Pete Gronbech
After doing the Dovedale Dash in the morning
with Pete Gronbech
Dave Musgrove 1 Nov, 1987 Lead O/S we both led
we both led
UKB Shark 10 Oct, 1986 Lead
with Chris
with Chris
Neil McA 6 Oct, 1986 Lead O/S
with Dave Wills
with Dave Wills
Hidden 4 Oct, 1986 2nd
uphillnow 31 Aug, 1986 2nd since lead
with Andrew (Pog) Horn
since lead
with Andrew (Pog) Horn
steveb2006 17 Aug, 1986 Lead RP 1 fall, lower off. Pleased to do it in reasonable style
with Mervyn Dudley
1 fall, lower off. Pleased to do it in reasonable style
with Mervyn Dudley
sadams ?Aug, 1986 2nd
with Colin from Stoney
with Colin from Stoney
Hidden ??, 1986 Lead
John Marsland 29 Jun, 1985 2nd
with Eduardo Martinez
with Eduardo Martinez
Pete Wimbush ??, 1985 Lead O/S
Hidden ?May, 1984 2nd rpt
Mark Kemball 12 Nov, 1983 2nd
with Dave Abbey
with Dave Abbey
stp 24 Sep, 1983 Lead O/S
Hidden 17 Sep, 1983 Lead
charlesmfrench 17 Apr, 1983 AltLd O/S L,2.
with Dave Booth
L,2.
with Dave Booth
Gezzer ??, 1983 Lead O/S
Hidden ??, 1983 Lead
Ivan Machin 27 Jul, 1982 -
with Jon Mellor
with Jon Mellor
Ivan Machin 27 Jul, 1982 -
with Jon Mellor
with Jon Mellor
redjerry ?Jul, 1982 2nd
with Bob Duncan
with Bob Duncan
Mike Owen 3 May, 1982 Lead O/S
with Elaine Owen
with Elaine Owen
Hidden 25 Apr, 1982 AltLd
Andy Edgar ??, 1980 -
with Hugh Woodland, Mick Hardwick
with Hugh Woodland, Mick Hardwick
Steve Bell ??, 1978 2nd O/S
with Tim Leach
with Tim Leach
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