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The remaining third of the £75,000 was to pay for Simply Red star Hucknall to perform at an event of Le Gassick's choosing.
Alas, there is no event Le Gassick can think of at which he wishes Hucknall to perform and now he wants his money returned. 'As the months have passed, he has become increasingly annoyed.
In John Speed's 1611 map of Surrey this stretch of the river is denoted by a series of hills accompanied by the legend "The river runneth under".
However the river's name is unlikely to have derived from this behaviour: The Oxford Dictionary of English Place Names suggests that Mole either comes from the Latin mola (a mill) or is a back-formation from Molesey (Mul's island).
As the Electoral Commission begins an inquiry into Lord Ashcroft's £5million donation to the Conservative Party, there is a lesser - but nevertheless equally intriguing - probe going on over a bizarre donation made by Tory-supporting Stuart Le Gassick to the Labour Party.
Changing tune: Tory supporter Stuart Le Gassick (right) made a £25,000 donation to Labour for a name-check in Alastair Campbell's debut novel, All In The Mind Le Gassick, 63, co-founder of the troubled property investment fund AAIM, is now considering asking for the return of £25,000 of a £75,000 gift which he made, somewhat impulsively, while well-refreshed over a dinner with Tony Blair's former mouthpiece, Alastair Campbell.
'He was thrilled to be in Alastair's book and thought it a hoot that Campbell came to give a talk at a Tory fundraiser.
The river gives its name to the Surrey district of Mole Valley.
A full two days before the red carpet premiere of his latest film, The Young Victoria, in the West End, Fellowes has chosen the Electric Palace theatre in Bridport for the movie's first public screening on Sunday.
'It's more of a preview than a premiere and is for locals, but it's a fun thing to do,' says Fellowes, who is using the occasion to raise funds for the Weldmar Hospice Trust.
Meanwhile, the author tells me my report which suggested he might decamp to Ireland was wide of the mark.
The River Mole is a tributary of the River Thames in southern England.
The Mole catchment reaches a maximum elevation of 265 m (869 ft) above Ordnance Datum at Leith Hill to the south west of Dorking.