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  1. Training Shoe Referbishment

    They are available from ASDA too Davy
  2. Training Shoe Referbishment

    So expensive, but poorly manufactured.... Togger1 raises a pertinent point too, one of the main, recognised causes of Plantar Fasciitis is wearing shoes that don't fit well or are worn out. I myself am currently suffering from this and recently went and had my running style measured and filmed at Decathlon (other sports stores are available) they "diagnosed" that my running style showed excessive over pronation and fitted me out with a pair of trainers specifically designed to counter this. they were less than fifty quid and now, even though I train a couple of times a week, things are slowly getting better. My old trainers, are now in the bin.... and they were £150 expensive too
  3. Just watched the video on FB showing the little lad handing in the petition at the Town Hall to the Mayor. Firstly the Mayor wouldn't come out to take the petition, secondly he didn't even thank the little lad and finally he went off on some strange rant at Warrington Worldwides own Gary Skentlebury... I have to say, "Les, you were totally out of order, made yourself look a complete arse and a disgrace to your office... apologise now or clear off and let someone with some manners do the job" Rant Over
  4. NHS Question ?

    Typical, stupid waste of taxpayers money, probably dreamed up by some soft, tree-hugging liberal adviser who thinks he is doing the right thing . As if it makes any difference. Heard a GP on LBC the other day stating that she also felt it was a waste of money as patients are treated for their symptoms, not their sexuality
  5. Driverless HGVs ?

    because in Australia they have long, empty, open roads where having a 300ft long lorry doesn't cause any issues....
  6. Training Shoe Referbishment

    Seriously? Why would you want to train in a pair of shoes that are obviously knackered? Doing so could be really damaging to your feet. Accept the inevitable and buy a new pair
  7. Brexit's losers -

    It's like the Millennium Bug saga all over again.... and look what happened there, despite all the doom and gloom predictions from the "experts"
  8. Police priorities ?

    Many of the charities that Savile raised money for, openly said they did not want anything to do with the money in the fund... so either the lawyers or the government get it.... the two most money grabbing organisations in the country.... take your pick
  9. Police priorities ?

    you only have to watch some of the cop shows on Channel 5 like "Police Interceptors" and the like.... 5 police cars, a dog car and a helicopter to chase down a guy in a stolen car.... 15 miles of unbelievably bad driving until the chased car finally crashes into a ditch. A foot chase follows with the helicopters thermal image camera catching the culprit in someones garden shed.... at the end, Jamie Theakston says "And the driver of the stolen Saxo who led the police on a 15 mile chase in the car and on foot were found guilty of taking a car without permission and driving with no insurance and were find £100 with an £80 victim surcharge.... and 6 points were added to his license....." Yaaay, that'll teach 'em
  10. Nutters -

    I always figured that gender neutral underwear would be just going commando
  11. Brexit's losers -

    because for the other three weeks of the month, they have to barrack each other and make snide comments
  12. Harvey

    The sun is out here in Warrington
  13. Driverless HGVs ?

    These were just the type of scenarios that always used to go wrong in episodes of Thunderbirds when I was a kid
  14. kathy

    Kathy. I found this one The accompanying text is as follows: "Warrington Infirmary nurses pose for the camera after receiving their qualifications in the 1950s Image courtesy of Warrington Museum, Library and Archive Services" There aren't any names on the photo, but as it belongs to the museum/library, maybe Janice Hayes could help at the museum Baz
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