The 1950s brought many great things – TVs began entering the home, the world was gifted with the music of Elvis Presley and Dame Edna Everage made her first appearance.
It also saw peak Trev.
According to NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Trevor was the 35th most popular name in the 50s. Today, fewer than 10 Trevors are born each year in NSW.
To celebrate Trev’s birthday in August, we’re encouraging people to commemorate all the great Trevs in the world by inviting them to come and dine with us.
Throughout the month of August, Trevs @ Dickson will shout all Trevors who dine for breakfast, lunch or dinner a free meal, if they bring 3 dining companions with them. Obviously, we all wish we could be Trevs, so photo ID will have to be provided.
We’re anticipating a congregation of Trevs from far and wide, so book your table today by calling 6257 2355.
Image: The Girl Has Sparke