14 Responses to “Jolly Boys Outing Locations”

  1. Aimee Trevelyan says:

    In dalby sqaure those new buildings are houses not flats, my house is the one where they walked up the steps

  2. Hi David Jason. I meet you. I see you TV on BBC1 very funny😀
    Today are you all right? 👍 What you do please?
    Where is your home address post code? 🏠 Your texting mobile number? 📱 I love you please Leo McGurrell xxxx
    Today on Saturday 9th July 2016. What time now 11.41pm

    • David Jason says:

      Awright Leo,

      I’m marvelous, how about you me old china?
      I’m currently working on some big deals, this time next year me n Rodders will be miwyonaires.

      I live at Nelson Mandela House, Nyrere Estate, Peckham, London, SE15.

      lovely jubbly.

      Ta ta.

      DJ

  3. Matt says:

    Hello,

    Good photos.

    I’m local, so know where all the locations are.

    Dave B is right about the Roman Galley, and the former aquarium car park (Now doctors surgery) that was where the coach exploded.

    Rodney/Cassandra’s flat is Richard Court in Cliftonville. I will try and send a photo if you are interested. The link is below:

    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Richard+Court,+Lower+Northdown+Ave,+Margate,+Kent+CT9+2NZ,+UK/@51.3851922,1.3995119,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x47d9539ec5640893:0xf83b2b9cf48ee959

    Zoom into streetview from Lower Northdown Ave and you will recognise the front.

  4. Dave B says:

    Hi,

    I live in Thanet, the halfway house where Rodney is arrested was formerly the Roman Galley Pub adjacent to the Thanet way A299, the site where the coach exploded now has a doctors Surgery built on i in Palm Bay Margate, I believe the nightclub scene was filmed at Margate Winter Gardens, The cast and crew I believe were staying in Ramsgate during filming, a friend of mine was an extra at the Market scenes. Of course the local population followed the filming of this episode and for many weeks was reported in the local papers and on television.

    This is a great episode but it also is s glimpse into Margates past and a time portal just before its imminent decline,let’s hope the magic of the resort captured so well in this episode can now be recovered with the regeneration of the area with the reopening of Dreamland Funfair and Park.

  5. Gary says:

    You plonkers

  6. Tracey Ruskin says:

    Dreamland reopened in June this year and it’s fantastic. The scenic Railway has been restored and Margate is buzzing again. We really hope the OFAH convention can be held there in the near future.

    • Ronnie says:

      That would be a good place to host in, on a bank holiday.

    • Rob M says:

      That’s great news – that really is.

      I’m pleased Margate is slowly beginning to get the old magic back that it used to have – as it’s been gone for so long.

      The fact there was sadly no dreamland – it was just making people miserable – so many people missed it and wanted it back.

  7. Rob M says:

    I live about 1 hour away from Margate, it’s about a 60 min car drive from me, I usually go once a year.

    Margate is always fun to visit, however it’s nothing like it used to be, Dream-world is no longer there sadly (Dream-world is the fun-fair part, where Del and the lads go on all the rides) – no more fun-fair rides.

    however you still have the sea/beach obviously, plenty of take aways like Wimpy, and there are amusement arcades where you can win fluffy dolls, watches, £1 coins, e.tc…..

  8. James says:

    Such a shame the halfway house is not still in business. That would have been a great venue for the convention.

  9. BRIAN COOK says:

    I TOO WOULD LIKE TO VISIT AND HAVE MY PHOTO TAKEN AT ALL OF THESE PLACES WHERE THE CAST AND NOT FORGETTING THE CREW ONCE STOOD. IT IS TOO FAR FROM WHERE I LIVE IN TYNESIDE TO TRAVEL.

  10. Dan says:

    These photo’s are great, i really want to visit some of these places one day :)

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