Jackie's friends meet up at The Sentinel.
Over Xmas the Sentinel will feature articles on Jackie's autobiography 'BEING ME.'
So her local friends met up, to tell their stories to the Newspaper
From the left: Ann Haycock, Christine Whittaker, Mike Whittaker, Roger Owen, John Pye, Pete Conway, Ray Parkes.
'Read All About It' in the Sentinel.
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'One evening in February 1963, I was working at the Astor. [Eve Taylor - Jackie's manager]: "Jackie, this is Tony Hatch. He's a producer at Pye Records."
I'd learned to assess men very quickly. It was part of the survival package for single woman in show business. This one was smartly dressed and, from his first words,
I could see he was very cock-sure.' (At the time, she didn't like him very much...)
Page 180 - JACKIE TRENT - BEING ME Her autobiography - On sale now, at Amazon
"Didn't like you much when I first met you. But somehow I couldn't quite forget you. (Trent/Hatch)
So often, Jackie's song lyrics were the story of her own life...