Yes, that! Thought that was the point...jackanapes wrote:Think it's meant to start a debatesteve wrote:I'm not sure I understand the point of this post
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I guess that means all the parents who were told to write in in support of the application will now have to do it all over again for the new one?!Steve wrote:the School has reached a decision to withdraw the planning application in its current form"
Flicked through a copy while in Sainsburys and noticed that hardly any estate agents are advertising with them so it seems that it is not only readers who have given up on it. I cannot believe those businesses who still advertise in the Mercury feel they are getting value for money. When I was movi...
Maybe there should be a bucket for each school and each attendee can decide which to support and it can all be split in proportion like in Waitrose!Drama Queen wrote:I also asked the point "what about all the other schools in the locality"?
Hmm, not sure everyone would consider this charity in the strictest sense. And what about the other schools in the town? Is Richard Hale the most deserving or needy? I see the press release (pdf) says: it's "in recognition of the school’s 400th anniversary", it's also Simon Balle's 60th anniversary ...
- Tue 17 Jan, 2017 9:43 am
- Forum: Traffic & Parking
- Topic: Rushgreen Roundabout Dangerous Congestion
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I would say the queueing from McDonalds onto the roundabout is definitely worse at lunchtimes. When Andrew Stevenson came round to my door electioneering a couple of years ago I mentioned the queuing and the problem/danger joining the roundabout form Gallows Hill and suggested maybe a keep clear box...