‘Watt’ a coffee connection for Penrith Women in Business network http://www.cumbriacrack.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Penrith-RWN-make-coffee-connections.jpg Meeting up for coffee and cake took on another dimension for members of the Penrith Rural Women’s Network when the group visited the newly opened John Watt & Son’s coffee shop    http://www.cumbriacrack.com/2017/10/24/watt-coffee-connection-penrith-women-business-network/

‘Watt’ a coffee connection for Penrith Women in Business network http://www.cumbriacrack.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Penrith-RWN-make-coffee-connections.jpg Meeting up for coffee and cake took on another dimension for members of the Penrith Rural Women’s Network when the group visited the newly opened John Watt & Son’s coffee shop http://www.cumbriacrack.com/2017/10/24/watt-coffee-connection-penrith-women-business-network/

JJ Watt's Instagram- 8.10.16- Talking about gearing up to Work out w/ Pewaukee Fire Dept.- Papa John Watt (retired PFD) in pic

JJ Watt's Instagram- 8.10.16- Talking about gearing up to Work out w/ Pewaukee Fire Dept.- Papa John Watt (retired PFD) in pic

“John Watt & Son" coffee shop, in Caldewgate, Calisle, Cumbria_ England

“John Watt & Son" coffee shop, in Caldewgate, Carlisle, Cumbria_ England

Cumbrian coffee roasters create new blend to support military veterans http://www.cumbriacrack.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/John-Watt-and-Son-Director-Peter-Johnston-outside-the-companys-Bank-St-shop-with-the-Veterans-Blend.jpg Carlisle coffee roasters John Watt & Son are supporting military veterans with a special new blend. From 11 October the Bank Street-based business is selling a coffee in aid of The Royal British Legion.    http://www.cumbriacrack.com/2017/10/02/

Carlisle coffee roasters John Watt & Son are supporting military veterans with a special new blend. From 11 October the Bank Street-based business is selling a coffee in aid of The Royal British Legion.

Beattie, J.W. (John Watt), 1859-1930. Cell corridor, Port Arthur, Tasmania, ca. 1900 [transparency]

Beattie, J.W. (John Watt), 1859-1930. Cell corridor, Port Arthur, Tasmania, ca. 1900 [transparency]

With a little help from his friends: Stuart Black got farmer school mate John Watt to carve the proposal into the field in 25-foot long letters...she said YES!!!!

Fly love you: Romantic pilot proposes to girlfriend while taking her on first flying lesson by getting 'marry me' ploughed into field

With a little help from his friends: Stuart Black got farmer school mate John Watt to carve the proposal into the field in long letters. (Omgosh so cute)

John Watt Beattie, 1859 - 1930. Photographer. "Gum Tree on the estate MR. W.L. Clennett Saw Mill Proprietor, Port Esperance". www.trove.nla.gov.au

"Gum Tree on the estate MR. Clennett Saw Mill Proprietor, Port Esperance". "Interior 20 x 25 feet"

Members of the cast of 'Z Cars' the BBC television police drama (L-R) James Ellis (Det Con Lynch) - Frank Windsor (Sgt John Watt) - Stratford Johns (Chief Inspector Barlow) - Joseph Brady (PC Jock Weir) - Collin Welland (PC Dave Graham) - Robert Keegan (Sgt Blackitt) and Donald Gee (PC Walker) - UK - 27 September 1965

Members of the cast of 'Z Cars' the BBC television police drama (L-R) James…

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