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Andy Millne

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About Andy Millne

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  • Birthday 04/10/1983

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  1. Andy Millne

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    It's 2 'L's in Millne 😉
  2. Andy Millne

    Thomas Glassey

    https://www.bedlington.co.uk/timeline/1840-onwards/#event-thomasaglasseyaarrivesainabedlington Perhaps Evan Martin should also be added to the timeline...
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    Thomas Glassey Arrives in Bedlington

    Extract from the book "Some men, Murders and Mysteries of Old Bedlington" by Evan Martin. THOMAS GLASSEY —1844-1936 When people talk of living a full life there cannot be a better example of the ideal than Thomas Glassey. He lived 92 years and it is difficult to imagine even one of them being mundane. Glassey wasn't Bedlington born. He arrived here with his wife in 1867, a young man of radical principles, via Northern Ireland and the Scottish coalfield.
  4. Andy Millne

    Thomas Glassey

    Yes. I can add a new entry for this.
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    Thomas Glassey

  6. Andy Millne

    Watch the Football!

    It’s so tense. Are Sweden going to be *given* another chance? 😂
  7. Andy Millne

    Happy Birthday Foxy

    Happy birthday Foxy!
  8. Andy Millne

    Latest on Tesco site development

    That's reassuring then
  9. Andy Millne

    Latest on Tesco site development

    Nothing I can tell has really changed since the last time the plans were presented to the public but they look good to me. I hope there's a concerted effort to attract new traders however as without that it's likely just to lead to a game of musical chairs with existing shops moving around. If there's a sudden influx of new businesses already lined up though then it could be a good kick up the backside and encourage bigger footfall.
  10. Andy Millne

    Bedlington........Dying On Its A..e

    It seems this topic has run its course.
  11. Andy Millne

    Bedlington........Dying On Its A..e

    Please keep comments constructive.
  12. Andy Millne

    Bedlington........Dying On Its A..e

    It may be slightly exaggerated but I think Moe does have a point about bank holidays in Bedlington. During the day and evening I don't see much of an issue ( I still think it's worse than some other areas on Bank holidays) as it's policed quite well. Yes, there are fights, people throwing up and people generally being idiots but I'd say the majority are just out for a good day/night. The issues I see happen after closing time when the police presence seems to disappear. It's at this time up until around 3am you get the smashed shop windows, bus shelters, bins thrown about the place and flower beds ripped up. There should be more of an effort to disperse people from the town centre after closing time in my opinion.
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    Bedlington........Dying On Its A..e

    Welcome @jaxe45 I changed your display name away from your email address so you don’t get spammed. You can still log in using the email address as normal.
  14. Andy Millne

    Bedlington........Dying On Its A..e

    I've cleaned up a few personal comments in this topic. Please keep the discussion on topic. Differing opinions are expected but let's please try and keep things civil.
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