Frankie's home closes to open for online chat

FRANKIE Howerd's former home in Cross will be opening its doors for the last time at the weekend. Wavering Down house is putting on a charity event to celebrate and all the money raised will go to the Children's Hospice South West. The gardens will be ope

FRANKIE Howerd's former home in Cross will be opening its doors for the last time at the weekend.Wavering Down house is putting on a charity event to celebrate and all the money raised will go to the Children's Hospice South West.The gardens will be open on Saturday and on Sunday there will be live music and cream teas from 10.30am-4.30pm.Chris Byrne and Dennis Heymer, Frankie's former partner, will be closing their doors to the public, but opening up their home to the world wide web. Eighteen webcams have been placed around the property in Webbington Road, which are due to go live on September 28.Fans will be able to view footage 24 hours a day from a new website dedicated to the popular comedian and chat to Chris and Dennis on line.The couple will also be interviewing a number of celebrities, including Justin Lee Collins and June Whitfield and showing unseen footage and audio recordings of Frankie Howerd.


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