Cheeky warning note hidden in shop wall 66 years ago discovered by builders
Don't miss our must-read newsletter Sign up Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Invalid EmailA cheeky note left by bricklayers at a shop they were building 66 years ago has been discovered. The message was found scribbled on a piece of plasterboard by builders who are currently knocking down The Six O'Clock Shop in Twydall, near Gillingham, Kent. (Image: Jamie Elwin / SWNS.COM)It read: "Greetings, from the brickies of 1954 to the demolishers of this shop â if it doesnât fall down in the meantime." Jamie Elwin's dad, from Twydall, was working on the current site when another workman found the plasterboard. She added: "My dad told me and I went to the place they were working and took the photo.