Monthly Archives: May 2016

Goosie is still there – Just

Here is the Goose that likes to play by the road – It is dicing with death.       Picture taken this afternoon (31st)

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The Grass has been cut….Ashline Grove

The contractors arrived this morning, heavy rain and made the best that they could do under the circumstances – extremely long grass and extremely wet. Took just over 4 minutes with a bit of strimming…. Well at least it looks … Continue reading

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Lucky for him – Near miss for me…..

Today 31st at 10:08 Driving (Slowly) Station Road, turning left to go into Scaldgate, an elderly gentleman on his mobility scooter was trying to negotiate around the Hedging by St Judes Church, the path narrows. He goes too wide – … Continue reading

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Football Champions – Nah – This was real Football

So POSH didn’t do so well this season…..Well here is a bit of nostalgia….Coates Primary School 1962, there are still a few of us around, including Cllr Ray Whitwell holding the cup. I wish I could still kick a football … Continue reading

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No Takers on the Grass Issue – How about this !!!!

So since my posting of ‘our’ very poor Grassed Area in Ashline Grove – No one has sent me a picture of an area worse than ours – I am pleased for you all – considering there has been 750 … Continue reading

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Food Critic – I wish….

My waist size proves my qualifications! (Not proud of my waist), today our regular Sunday Buffet at the Guyhirn ‘Mama Tree’ which I have posted on many occasions – however Mr Wah has introduced a ‘New Buffet Menu’ as of … Continue reading

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The Grass Cutting Challenge

29th/16:00 Update: I and my neighbours are very grateful to Cllr Mrs Kay Mayor, who has taken up our issues of very poor maintenance of our grassed area direct with FDC… we shall wait and see…. No one has yet … Continue reading

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Bathing Bridge – All Cleared Up

I think some thanks are in order to Cllr Dee Laws for her rapid action and communication in getting the Fly-Tipping Issues at Bathing Bridge/West Delph dealt with. Luckily I did not have to get involved too much, but I … Continue reading

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Happy 40th Birthday Whittlesea Museum

                                              Curator Jen Barback (4th from left) with some of the Volunteers this morning. Another group of Volunteers who spend a lot of their time at the Museum on Market Street. Supported by the Whittlesey Charities – You can … Continue reading

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Todays Events – Friday

As advertised as Chairman of Neighbourhood Watch I went along with FDC Sophie Wilkinson to promote Scam Awareness on the Internet – The Purple Bus unfortunately had a flat battery – so we set up shop on the Market Place. A … Continue reading

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