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  1. Thanks forv that canny lass. Sounds like you guys were pretty well prepared anyway. One thing which most have missed, as you point out, the peak flattens to make available resources like health cover able to cope at the cost of extending the situation. It's far from over....
  2. My daughter tells me it's very strict in France too.
  3. I know a few who have it and some who have died ex bed. It seems to be hitting us over the last week or so....
  4. June 2019. June already and last week we had an LDF, or Local Plan, update. Lots of last minute items to go through and several cases to be made but in the end the document left on time to go to central government for inspection. Like I have said this has been a mammoth task and all credit to the team of officers who have done such a diligent job on its production. Next meeting was an LAC, Local Area Council, chairs meeting. I get to go because I'm the deputy chair of ours. Several items of business went through and one in particular I was very interested in,
  5. If you love food but were a child of the 60’s you should remember most of this: * Pasta had not been invented. * "Kebab" was not even a word, never mind a food. * Curry was an unknown entity. Indian restaurants were only found in India. * The only vegetables were spuds, peas, carrots, turnip, cauliflower and cabbage. Mange tout and Pak choi were made up words. Chilli was in South America and scotch bonnets were worn by old ladies in Aberdeen.* A take-away was a mathematical problem. * A pizza was something to do with a leaning tower.* Oil w
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    Contractor chosen for major scheme

    Sorry can't answer for the last administration but I remember them presenting to the Town Council and there were no plans turned down. In fact they were going to build a temporary store in the car park first to keep trading.
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