Man and Van to Cheltenham
Man and van is a big fan of Brian Jones. I can probably guess what you’re thinking, who is Brian Jones? Brian Jones is the founding member of The Rolling Stones, who introduced blues music to the UK some of the most influential people of that era i.e. Muddy Waters, Howling Wolf, Elmore James and Chuck Berry . He died in 1969 at the age of 27 in the swimming pool at Cotchford far m the house once owed by A.A.Milne the author of Winnie the pooh and was said to have drowned, there has been suspicions that he was murdered which personally i believe.
On the way back from a Manchester to London removal i made a decoy through Cheltenham to see his grave and some properties he once occupied i arrived in Cheltenham town Center near the shops at around 4pm, and just as i arrived at the graveyard it was closing for the night. Well i was given five minute to look for his grave and couldn’t find it so i was asked to leave. I was really disappointed I’d drove miles out of my way to see his grave so i waited for the workers to leave and snuck back in, climbing over the spiked railing. Eventually i found the grave. It was an amazing experience and also quiet sad but it was worth the long distance traveling.