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12:37pm Thu 5 Dec 13

frank bough says...

Another sign Bolton has gone to the dogs. I blame Cliff Morris
Another sign Bolton has gone to the dogs. I blame Cliff Morris frank bough
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1:17pm Thu 5 Dec 13

underwater says...

Re, The roof blowing off Santas grotto, couldnt possibly have anything to do with all the huffing and puffing by Morris and his Merry Men could it.
Re, The roof blowing off Santas grotto, couldnt possibly have anything to do with all the huffing and puffing by Morris and his Merry Men could it. underwater
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1:18pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Regulatory Man says...

Oh look, Chaos!

Wouldn't be because of that planned and pre-warned Gale would it? Yeah thought as much. Try living in a country where they lose entire towns when they have a storm.

Morte Chaos to come as Bolton grinds to a halt because of a snowflake :-)
Oh look, Chaos! Wouldn't be because of that planned and pre-warned Gale would it? Yeah thought as much. Try living in a country where they lose entire towns when they have a storm. Morte Chaos to come as Bolton grinds to a halt because of a snowflake :-) Regulatory Man
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1:41pm Thu 5 Dec 13

boydell says...

hope the council are keeping an eye on the Greenwood pub on Chorley New Road in Horwich.
What with the high winds at the moment it could be very dangerous indeed, if whats left of the slates on the roof start flying all over the surrounding area, ( and so near the local school as well)
Bolton Council take heed , you have been warned !!!
hope the council are keeping an eye on the Greenwood pub on Chorley New Road in Horwich. What with the high winds at the moment it could be very dangerous indeed, if whats left of the slates on the roof start flying all over the surrounding area, ( and so near the local school as well) Bolton Council take heed , you have been warned !!! boydell
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2:26pm Thu 5 Dec 13

filthy6 says...

boydell wrote:
hope the council are keeping an eye on the Greenwood pub on Chorley New Road in Horwich. What with the high winds at the moment it could be very dangerous indeed, if whats left of the slates on the roof start flying all over the surrounding area, ( and so near the local school as well) Bolton Council take heed , you have been warned !!!
Why you warning the Council (& I'm sure that sticking a note on here doesn't actual constitute an offical warning to them)?
Think that as its a privately owned building, with work being done by private contractors you'd be better off telling them...
[quote][p][bold]boydell[/bold] wrote: hope the council are keeping an eye on the Greenwood pub on Chorley New Road in Horwich. What with the high winds at the moment it could be very dangerous indeed, if whats left of the slates on the roof start flying all over the surrounding area, ( and so near the local school as well) Bolton Council take heed , you have been warned !!![/p][/quote]Why you warning the Council (& I'm sure that sticking a note on here doesn't actual constitute an offical warning to them)? Think that as its a privately owned building, with work being done by private contractors you'd be better off telling them... filthy6
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2:53pm Thu 5 Dec 13

ncc_22 says...

i feel sorry for anybody waiting for a bus at the flooded bus stop on chorley new road lol
i feel sorry for anybody waiting for a bus at the flooded bus stop on chorley new road lol ncc_22
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4:17pm Thu 5 Dec 13

boydell says...

ncc_22 wrote:
i feel sorry for anybody waiting for a bus at the flooded bus stop on chorley new road lol
no work has been carried out at this site for over a year. If slates are blown off this building and end up on the road it IS the council who are responsible, just as they are responsible for keeping the roads clear from snow !!!!
[quote][p][bold]ncc_22[/bold] wrote: i feel sorry for anybody waiting for a bus at the flooded bus stop on chorley new road lol[/p][/quote]no work has been carried out at this site for over a year. If slates are blown off this building and end up on the road it IS the council who are responsible, just as they are responsible for keeping the roads clear from snow !!!! boydell
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5:59pm Thu 5 Dec 13

heaton watcher says...

Disabled thumbs? That Cliff Morris is now censoring the highly intellectual and thoughtful Bolton News comments section!
Disabled thumbs? That Cliff Morris is now censoring the highly intellectual and thoughtful Bolton News comments section! heaton watcher
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6:18pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Rememberscarborough says...

Amazing how people seem to think it's the end of the world when there's a bit of wind and rain. My sister-in-law lost the roof of her house in Hurricane Katrina and she was lucky because most people had their entire houses destroyed.

Look at what the people in The Philippines have just been through and let's have a little bit of a reality check please....
Amazing how people seem to think it's the end of the world when there's a bit of wind and rain. My sister-in-law lost the roof of her house in Hurricane Katrina and she was lucky because most people had their entire houses destroyed. Look at what the people in The Philippines have just been through and let's have a little bit of a reality check please.... Rememberscarborough
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8:22pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Beyond News Forum says...

What is with the tree stump half a job? Public footpath? Never mind the roads what about the pedestrians that have been walking into the road all day? It is not the owners fault that the tree was blown over. I wonder if there was a preservation order??? This is the trouble those preservation orders cause if this is the case... past experience. I had to remove part of a tree from my neighbour's house several years ago because of a preservation order and a swift decline of the tree being cut down. Two weeks after a request was turned down there was a storm.
What is with the tree stump half a job? Public footpath? Never mind the roads what about the pedestrians that have been walking into the road all day? It is not the owners fault that the tree was blown over. I wonder if there was a preservation order??? This is the trouble those preservation orders cause if this is the case... past experience. I had to remove part of a tree from my neighbour's house several years ago because of a preservation order and a swift decline of the tree being cut down. Two weeks after a request was turned down there was a storm. Beyond News Forum
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10:33pm Thu 5 Dec 13

boydell says...

Dear Mr Tucker
Whats with all these caricitures (#~'@;[],,,,_-
Dear Mr Tucker Whats with all these caricitures (#~'@;[],,,,_- boydell
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7:52am Fri 6 Dec 13

Malcolm Tucker says...

boydell wrote:
Dear Mr Tucker
Whats with all these caricitures (#~'@;[],,,,_-
Caricatures or Characters ?

:-/
[quote][p][bold]boydell[/bold] wrote: Dear Mr Tucker Whats with all these caricitures (#~'@;[],,,,_-[/p][/quote]Caricatures or Characters ? :-/ Malcolm Tucker
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12:53pm Fri 6 Dec 13

boydell says...

Whatever Mr Tucker.
Did Santa bring you a computer for christmas and you are trying out all the keys? >
Whatever Mr Tucker. Did Santa bring you a computer for christmas and you are trying out all the keys? > boydell
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