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Janice Merritt posted a discussion

Earlier closing times

I have heard from other people that the post office is closing early, and more importantly so is Boots the Chemist.  Could the firms respond.  I think if they are closing early they should have let the community know.  Apparently Boots are closing at 4pm, that's ok if you are able to go over the bridge to find out and read the message on the door, but as I am not allowed out that's impossible.I have ordered my monthly meds, if I can find someone to go for me to collect them (have asked that…See More
14 minutes ago
Hammer replied to Alan Wino's discussion Recycling Problems
"Lighten up a little. Still no bins been emptied. Has a two week service been slipped in while everyone has other things on their mind?"
7 hours ago
Hammer replied to Alan Wino's discussion Recycling Problems
"Lighten up a little. Still no bins been emptied. Has a two week service been slipped in while everyone has other things on their mind?"
7 hours ago
Matt D replied to Alan Wino's discussion Recycling Problems
"Because you implied a public official was taking bribes. "
11 hours ago
Hammer replied to Alan Wino's discussion Recycling Problems
"Why was my post deleted???"
yesterday
Les Rance posted a discussion

HRBFC Foodbank on the Road!

We will continue to run our foodbank collections slightly differently and most importantly safely!The success of our regular foodbank collections this season has been something we're extremely proud of at the football club. The lack of home games recently has obviously been disappointing from a football perspective, but it has also stopped us collecting to help those who need it now even more than ever.However, our loyal and dedicated volunteers Melissa and Tracey have offered to collect any…See More
Monday
Alan Wino posted a discussion

Recycling Problems

So the reason that recycling boxes are still on the streets is that RUTC have selected Serco (more like fiasco), a bunch of third rate outsourcers always teetering on the brink of chaos and insolvency. Probably bid low, as they usually do and we will all suffer. Good work Gareth. Along with the undemocratic imposition of the 20mph speed limit, a ballot box rebuke is coming. Impose penalties on Serco now and get this sorted.See More
Apr 2
Ian Cook replied to Janice Merritt's discussion Please keep your distance
"Whilst the majority of people have at last started to take the current situation very seriously there are a few, either out of choice or because of their employers, have little, if any, intention of exercising responsibility or consideration to the…"
Apr 1

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