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craigmason

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  1. No i didn't mean All united supporters just the ones who broke into Hillsborough and crapped on the pitch
  2. From chesterfield borough council https://www.chesterfield.co.uk/2020/02/hs2-to-bring-economic-benefits-to-chesterfield/
  3. Sheffield United threatens to ban fans found to be involved in Hillsborough 'poo-gate' United has threatened to ban fans found to have been involved in a trespass incident at Hillsborough where human excrement was left on the pitch. Video footage and photographs circulating online show a number of men, believed to be Blades, on the pitch at Hillsborough after breaking into Sheffield Wednesday’s stadium. One of the men was captured defecating on the centre circle. https://www.thestar.co.uk/news/crime/sheffield-united-threatens-ban-fans-found-be-involved-hillsborough-poo-gate-1400863
  4. Not sowing them they are sprouting on my kitchen windowsill going to plant them in march
  5. Hi i am growing some potatoes in sacks i have bought some tubers from wilko sacks from marshalls what's the best compost to use to plant my potatoes in
  6. No they are https://www.popinabox.co.uk/funko/pop-vinyl.list
  7. Hi i have recently started collecting funko pop vinyls were is best place in sheffield city centre to buy them ???
  8. Do"s anybody else go on these holidays were have you been on them
  9. Barlow residents who are against the hunt have a facebook group ask about alpaca on there https://www.facebook.com/Locals-Against-The-Barlow-Hunt-112752006859716/
  10. Hi what do i need to extend the range of my wifi router from downstairs to upstairs
  11. As we are leaving europe at the end of this month are there any celebrations in sheffield to celebrate our independence
  12. As a disabled passenger i have a bus pass that i am restricted to i cannot use it before 9.30am so if i have to travel before that time i just pay it don't see i problem with doing that if you look on council website it says Free bus travel Gold Card allows you to travel free, off-peak on local buses throughout the whole of England, after 9:30am up to 11pm weekdays and at any time during weekends and bank holidays.
  13. Looking at the 6 standing for the labour leadership Keir starmer - pro brexit Rebecca long daily or corbyn 2.0 Clive lewis Emily thornberry also known as lady nugee Jess phillips Lisa nandy Out of these i would vote for lisa nandy
  14. You can pick them up in tesco and sainsburys don't know if any other supermarkets support it but i wear mine whenever i am out and about in sheffield city centre on the back of mine is my name emergency contact details and my condition
  15. Is anybody on here into tabletop gaming either games workshop or bolt action ???
  16. i wear one so that if i am struggling when out and about people will hopefully be a bit supportive found this that explains the scheme Support while you're out and about with the sunflower lanyard Post date: Thursday, 21 November 2019 If you have a disability that may not be immediately obvious but would appreciate support from staff in UK airports, certain railways, supermarkets, retail stores, visitor attractions or hospitals, then you may be interested to know there is a lanyard you can wear to signal this. If you have a disability that may not be immediately obvious but would appreciate support from staff in UK airports, certain railways, supermarkets, retail stores, visitor attractions or hospitals, then you may be interested to know there is a lanyard you can wear to signal this. staff assisting with reading a departure board or sign. Railways The lanyard scheme is gradually being adopted by railways. It is now being used by LNER, which operates the London North Eastern routes, and c2c, which serves 26 stations in East London and South Essex. Supermarkets and retail stores In September this year, M&S become the first UK retailer to introduce sunflower lanyards into all of its stores. Sainsbury's ran a trial of the lanyards early this year in selected branches, and in October, both Sainsbury’s and Argos announced the nationwide rollout of sunflower lanyards in all their stores. Tesco is running a trial in 15 of its Hertfordshire stores. Vangarde Shopping Park in York and intu Trafford Centre in Manchester are two shopping centres that recognise the scheme. Visitor attractions and leisure providers Eureka!, a children's museum in Yorkshire, joined the lanyard scheme in August 2019. If you're planning a visit to Eureka!, they have lots of information on accessible visits on their website. The Royal International Air Tattoo, which stages air shows in Gloucestershire for aircraft enthusiasts, is another attraction currently trialling the lanyard. The famous Ascot Racecourse in Berkshire and Forest Holidays, a UK holiday provider, have introduced the lanyard scheme. According to Lincolnshire County Council, seven local heritage attractions have adopted the lanyard. Hospitals A number of NHS Trusts including Guy's and St Thomas' hospital in London, and Great Western Hospital in Swindon have adopted the lanyard scheme.
  17. How many people are aware of the "SUNFLOWER LANYARD" its a scheme for people with hidden disabilities like autism The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower was first launched at Gatwick Airport in May 2016. It is starting to be recognised globally and has been adopted in the UK by all of the major airports, many supermarkets, railway stations, leisure facilities, in the NHS and an increasing number of small and large businesses and organisations. Basically, it is used anywhere where people meet.
  18. If you want to help clean up our local rivers and streams then pop along to one of these events January 9th Loundsey Green Volunteer Day 10-1pm Merrick Close, Chesterfield January 11th River Drone Volunteer Day Mill lane Dronfield 10-1pm January 14th Friends of the Don Valley Way - Dalton Brook Aldwarke lane 10-1pm don valley events on facebook Join Don Catchment Rivers Trust for a volunteer day What to bring: We will provide all necessary equipment and refreshments. All you need to wear is outdoor clothing and sturdy shoes. Tasks include: Litter picking, debris removal, vegetation maintenance, invasive species management and access improvements. Timings: Day runs 10am – 1pm but feel free to come whenever suits. We have a tea break around 11.30am. Contact us: via email at volunteer@dcrt.org.uk or call 01302 796173
  19. Tbh i don't know who the labour party will pick to be the new leader but it has to be somebody who will take the party back to the centre ground nobody like corbyn if they want to win back seats like Bolsover
  20. Didn't thornbury recently say brexit voters were stupid according to caroline flint
  21. Nothing to stop the council installing "Leaky Dams" on the local rivers and streams to stop the flooding https://edenriverstrust.org.uk/your-eden/explore-edens-rivers/leaky-dams/
  22. Hi i am after a new laptop bag for a 15.6 laptop were is best place to go in sheffield city centre for one ???
  23. for the life of me i cannot understand why stagecoach are rerouting the 43 to go round Newbold when the folk in Newbold have the Newbold circular
  24. been a while since i have been on here but i would like to comment about the severe flooding on Woodseats i firmly believe that sheffield city council are responsible for it because they have let the lakes in graves park silt up so when it rains they cannot hold onto excess water all they need to do to resolve it is empty the lake and dredge all the silt out
  25. Northern Rail fail in their commitments to the Equality Act by treating disabled customers less favourably than non-disabled customers. They allow you to book scooter/ramp assistance and then deny access to the train when the customer arrives. This can be intimidating and humiliating them at times. Northern Rail’s policy is outdated and their treatment of disabled people is unacceptable. The Equality Act 2010 was introduced to help ensure businesses treat everyone fairly. It protects anyone who is disabled, is thought to be disabled, or is with someone who is disabled. It gives these people rights to access goods or services in a way that means they are not treated less favourably than people without a disability https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/228103
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