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  1. Western Link 6 Routes to chose from or none, what's your colour?

    The REDS have it http://www.warrington-worldwide.co.uk/2017/09/14/transport-chiefs-name-preferred-route-for-western-link-road/
  2. Dial-a-Ride, important service or not

    Well unfortunately my question at Full Council about Dial-a-Ride will not be answered on Monday as the Councillor will be away - a written response will be sent to me.
  3. Dial-a-Ride, important service or not

    I'm sure that they will take donations in any colour of envelope, begging bowl or bank transaction. Shall I get the sort code for you?
  4. Dial-a-Ride, important service or not

    The bus depot said that we could go there but couldn't do any work, I've forgotten what the charge was. Then they were going to move to the ASDA depot ..... We have asked for school lane bu been declined despite all the apparent space. We've looked various colleges and community places but no good either because of rental prices, security etc. Our manager kept turning them down. Dial-a-Ride used to be based at the Uni Chester campus but with the spilt up re-organisation that went bye bye. As for the dust - it's from the Cement manufacturer and the break up of what's in the skips - no idea what is going to happen the the new waste treatment centre.
  5. Dial-a-Ride, important service or not

    All over town less so to the outskirts.
  6. Dial-a-Ride, important service or not

    Hi Gary kindly featured this for me about the new issues threatening Dial-a-Ride. http://www.warrington-worldwide.co.uk/2017/08/14/new-crisis-for-dial-a-ride-charity/ Keeping the Charity going was extremely hard 18 plus months ago and we are now on a firmer footing but for the executive members to be now actively promoting another waste centre on the other side of our premises at the end of Athlone Rd along with the skip hires dusty road and a cement producer is just taking it to a stupid level. I will be asking a question on 4th September at Full Council - I wonder what the response will be? What do you think?
  7. Snowdonia Zip World Challenge - what's it like?

    Not to worry I've taken a rain check - my physio gave up and gave me a refund yesterday - he said try the few exercises you can manage and come back in two weeks time. He did put some athletes black tape on my ribs for support in a big Black X marks the spot However ever an optimist I went to the Outlet New Balance shop in Birchwood and bought myself a cracking pair of trainers, I think I'll wear them for today's parkrun at Vicky park - but only to marshal at Mayor's Corner - my 52nd marshalling duty in the nearly 200 events held there One day soon I will be making my come back run.
  8. Warrington Pledge to Peace - Facebook Site

    Anyway - Although Britain is currently out of the range of North Korean missiles, eMoov has revealed the blast radius of a nuclear strike on 20 major British cities in case tensions do escalate. Here is a map to show you where the safest place in the UK is to live https://uk.yahoo.com/news/uk-estate-agent-publishes-bizarre-111800263.html
  9. Warrington Pledge to Peace - Facebook Site

    Gosh here I was innocently promoting my FB site Warrington Pledge to Peace and I'm responsible for assassinations and WW3 - I wonder what people outside Warrington think of this rhetoric?
  10. Warrington Pledge to Peace - Facebook Site

    Actually Sid there are only 9 countries - something I didn't know until the other week - the USSR and USA have the vast majority on them https://www.facebook.com/icanuk/videos/1453011334780384/ ask yourself how stable are these countries. South Africa has got of their weapons.
  11. Snowdonia Zip World Challenge - what's it like?

    Yes I think you are correct - sound advice - I'm still having to sit up in bed to sleep - plus it may put strain on my recent hernia operation - as you can tell I'm a recovering wreck but still young at heart. I'll take a rain check - there are still things I need to do and time is a great healer. As I keep saying to myself I'll be back. It does look like fun
  12. Warrington Visually Impaired People are doing a sponsored Zip Wire Challenge this month. Has anyone done in and lived to tell the tale. Just wondering if I can take part as Chair with my still recovering ribs - I did them in two weeks ago and the NHS site said that they take between 3 to 6 weeks to get back in shape. What do you think? This is what it is like after all it's for a good cause, look out for the shepherd with his crop at the end. https://youtu.be/Fw3lNNFLl0g
  13. Warrington Pledge to Peace - Facebook Site

    True about the atrocities of the Japanese army and other nations armies (still going on today in areas of the world). Didn't the 129,000 plus civilians, including most of the doctors and nurses pay a heavy price? At Sundays meeting these 'Peace Types' spoke of both sides but isn't it important to learn from history? I hear today the the North Korean's are believed to have a greater capacity than was thought to be the price - if they kick off then potentially it will be a Nuclear Winter and black rain from which there will be little or no escape.
  14. Western Link 6 Routes to chose from or none, what's your colour?

    It's out there in the Local Plan - which is still out for consultation until next month. Still time to attend one of the consultations.
  15. Warrington Pledge to Peace - Facebook Site

    72 years ago today the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2017/08/06/national/hiroshima-marks-72nd-anniversary-atomic-bombing-japans-refusal-join-nuke-ban-treaty/#.WYcBC4jyvIU and if this happened now here is one persons vision of what would happen as everyone kicks off. http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2017/08/06/national/hiroshima-marks-72nd-anniversary-atomic-bombing-japans-refusal-join-nuke-ban-treaty/#.WYcBC4jyvIU
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