my wonderful wife Carol whom it is fair for me to say all of us
Harrisons and Coughlans depend upon and owe a great deal to.
Myself and Carol got married on May 30th 1998
at Horncastle Methodist Church after having both been previously
married. I proposed to my wife by means of writing a poem
one night and leaving it out in the morning for her to find,
this I have shown a copy of a little further on called My Proposal.
We both have children from our previous
marriages, Carol having three David 22, Laura 20, and Richard
18. Myself I have Christina 23, Jason 21, Alexander 20, and
Jennifer 18. Together we have a son Robert who is 8.
To the left is myself
Robin and also my youngest daughter Jennifer on the occasion of
her 18th birthday earlier this year held at Horncastle Community
I got my nick name Rocket Robin from my days as a pool and
snooker player. I was once an England "B" player
and also captained the Lincolnshire County side at pool for
three years. I also played for the East of England team.
At snooker I got to the Pontins junior Semi-final in 1977 before
losing in a closely fought match against Jimmy White, having
knocked out Neil Foulds in the Quarter finals
Has a couple we
run two companies Dolly Char Ltd which is a cleaning agency that
services central Lincolnshire and Dolly Char (UK) Ltd which
deals with selling franchise business opportunities throughout
the United Kingdom and beyond. To find out more about our
businesses please use the link provided here Dolly Char..
To view my C V please follow this link C.V.
To the left is the most recent addition to the family, a
little Jack Russell terrier who we have named Danny. As
you can see he appears to have settled in quite well!!!
The photograph is of him investigating the new pond that I had
just completed with me looking closely on.
house we live in is a four bed roomed semi detached. We
have over the past few years done many alterations to it
including building two extensions and also landscaping the
outside. The house is pictured to your right.
We enjoy our breaks away visiting
different parts of the country, and been English Heritage
members we take full advantage of all the historical attractions
up and down the country.
Below is mine and Carols young son Robert whom as previously
mentioned as just reached the grand old age of eight.
How do I start?
What do I say?
The question is so difficult,
But there is no other way!!!
Does she love me?
Does she want me?
Does she really care?
How I wonder her answerís there!!!
The question seems daft,
I could almost laugh!!!
If I was to ask her,
Will she think Iíve cracked???
The courage I need,
Seems so far away,
To ask this question,
I must find some other way!!!
Shall I ring her?
Shall I write?
Shall I send a fax?
Would she answer back???
At last its come,
Iíll write a poem,
The final line will be,
Carol will you marry me?????????
To Carol with love from
goes without saying the answer I received was the one that I was
you enjoyed reading that poem you can find a few more HERE that
I have wrote over the years, many of them have a relevance to
things that have happened during my life. I still continue
to write to this day.
my life I have been a avid supporter of Manchester United, I
have followed them through good and bad times. I have also
for many years been a member of the supporters club. I
usually go once or twice every season over to Old Trafford
to watch them play. If you have a interest in
the football club also, you can follow this link
to view the club official website at www.manutd.com
picture below taken on the canals of Venice three years
ago of myself and Carol during a family holiday in Italy.
is a picture of my step sons Richard and David at a recent
A picture from a few years
ago when Alexander had just taken up fishing, he still spends many an
enjoyable day by the waters edge when are from his military duties.
Just starting on your left is the poem which I promised
at the start. Below is Carol and her daughter Laura from her first
The picture below is of Jason
who is now in the Royal Anglian Regiment taken during a
recent passing out parade up in Catterick North
picture below is of Alexander my son whom is in the Grenadier
Guards. He is the lad with the patch on his eye in
the middle of alot of his mates.
And below is a picture of the family
chauffer Robert at a much younger age.
the music front I was brought up during the
swinging sixties, and to this day my favourite
group is still the Beatles. I do although
enjoy listening to other groups and soloists
Madonna, Robbie Williams, Oasis, Queen to name
just a few.
Also a few years ago
Robert also got the bug for fishing as was witnessed during a trip to the waters edge,
he is pictured here putting his thumb up to the cameraman!!!!!, unfortunately
for Robert he didn't manage to catch anything on this occasion!!!!,
but maybe next time he will have better luck!!!!