Bob Green

Location: Lichfield, Staffordshire
About me...

Many years ago when I was young and in my prime (Oh how I miss those days) I gave presentations to WI’s, TWG’s Church groups Rotary clubs etc.  which I enjoyed, and hopefully the audience did too, until my Bank Manager decided that I needed to spend more time developing my business rather than gadding about giving talks, he wasn’t prepared to fund me anymore (Spoil sport). In fact he gave me the ultimatum “Earn more or spend less”.  Now, having retired I’m back on the scene and am free to concentrate on my first love. Sorry my wife is reading this over my shoulder so it’s my second love!!!!!

 

About my talk...

It is a stand-alone talk at the moment, until I reread the instruction manual on the video projector, so I require nothing more than perhaps a cup of tea and a chocolate biscuit or two ( Cadbury’s fingers are my favourite at least they were until they sold out to Kraft). I am prepared to travel approx. 25 mile radius of Lichfield, although  you could twist my arm with a gallon of petrol, bring back imperial measurements I say, for a slightly longer journey during the summer months

Fee:

Not having a Bank Manager on my back in these happy post-business days I do not ask for a fee but having spent the last 2 years in and out of hospital I would appreciate a donation to The Good Hope hospital in grateful thanks  for all the life-saving care and commitment I have received from them.

 

My Contact Details:
Phone:

01543 252663 Mobile:07972 515016

“One, two buckle my shoe......”

Public Speaker Bob Green talks about years gone by "One, two, buckle my shoe...."

I present a talk entitled, “One, two buckle my shoe”, an entertaining rather than educational talk of my journey growing up in the 1950s. I know because I was there. It is anecdotal, light hearted and amusing at least I laugh every time I give it and let’s face it I know what’s coming next!

So why not join me on a gentle stroll through the 50s, for the youngsters lets travel from ration books to rock ‘n roll to the days before i-phones, i-pads and i-pods   when all we had was i-spy, whilst the young at heart can relive those innocent times when a soft drink was pop and a Big Mac was something you wore when it rained.