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Royal fever in Blackburn and Darwen

Lancashire Telegraph: WELCOME Darwen Aldridge Academy head boy John  Meadowcroft and head girl Zoe Harrison WELCOME Darwen Aldridge Academy head boy John Meadowcroft and head girl Zoe Harrison

ROYAL fever is building in Blackburn and Darwen ahead of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s visit to the borough on Monday.

The pair will officially open the Darwen Aldridge Academy, before viewing sporting activities in Witton Park.

It is their last official engagement before their wedding on April 29.

Exact times are not being announced for security reasons, but people are advised to head to the Blackburn park to see the couple.

As many as 15,000 people are expected to fill Witton Park, which will open from 11am for the visit.

Roads will be closed around the area, and people are advised to use either a park and ride from Ewood, or park in Blackburn town centre and walk down, or catch a bus.

Among the welcoming party at the academy will be headboy and girl John Meadowcroft and Zoe Harrison, who are both 15.

They will greet the soon-to-be-married couple alongside principal Brendan Loughran, academy sponsor, Rod Aldridge and other dignitaries.

John, who lives at The Meadows, Darwen, said: “We were told we were meeting them about ten days ago and I was stunned.

“Some of my mates thought I was joking when I said I would be welcoming them and talking to them about the school.

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“Both my nan Linda and my great-gran Nellie have told me how proud and excited they are.

“In fact as soon as they found out they went out and bought picture frames for a photo of me, William and Kate.”

Zoe, from Dove Lane, Darwen said she and her friends saw Kate Middleton as an inspiring person even before the visit was announced.

She said: “I’m nervous and excited and know what a privilege it is for us. We are all very proud of the school and hope the will both have a good time here.”

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3:18pm Sat 9 Apr 11

aggressive.onion.vendor says...

the cure for which is republicanism, what a pair of gormless twits!
the cure for which is republicanism, what a pair of gormless twits! aggressive.onion.vendor
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3:22pm Sat 9 Apr 11

aggressive.onion.vendor says...

Incidentally, what is 'gorm'?
Whatever it is, they obviously haven't got any!
Incidentally, what is 'gorm'? Whatever it is, they obviously haven't got any! aggressive.onion.vendor
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3:54pm Sat 9 Apr 11

aggressive.onion.vendor says...

Why doesn't the l.e.t post this photo of the 'monarchical couple' under the heading 'royal twits or not?'.
At a time when the majority of people in the town are facing; unemployment, increased poverty, withdrawal of services (for which they have paid) you the media attempt to distract the people with this meaningless drivel.
Why doesn't the l.e.t post this photo of the 'monarchical couple' under the heading 'royal twits or not?'. At a time when the majority of people in the town are facing; unemployment, increased poverty, withdrawal of services (for which they have paid) you the media attempt to distract the people with this meaningless drivel. aggressive.onion.vendor
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4:30pm Sat 9 Apr 11

happycyclist says...

If I have to nail my colours to a mast then I'm a Royalist, but they're not doing themselves any favours opening a closed academy and not telling anyone when they'll be either there or at Witton.

"Exact times are not being announced for security reasons" -WTF is that supposed to mean? Pathetic.

I'd have wandered down, seeing as I only live 5 minutes walk away, but I'm stuffed if I'm I'm waiting around for hours wondering where they are, only for them to be whisked inside to meet a handful of hand-picked "dignitaries" (Rod Aldridge and Brendan Loughran? -do me a favour).
If I have to nail my colours to a mast then I'm a Royalist, but they're not doing themselves any favours opening a closed academy and not telling anyone when they'll be either there or at Witton. "Exact times are not being announced for security reasons" -WTF is that supposed to mean? Pathetic. I'd have wandered down, seeing as I only live 5 minutes walk away, but I'm stuffed if I'm I'm waiting around for hours wondering where they are, only for them to be whisked inside to meet a handful of hand-picked "dignitaries" (Rod Aldridge and Brendan Loughran? -do me a favour). happycyclist
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4:38pm Sat 9 Apr 11

Noiticer says...

The usual media hype - nobody I know cares a fig about the visit or the wedding.
The usual media hype - nobody I know cares a fig about the visit or the wedding. Noiticer
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5:19pm Sat 9 Apr 11

aggressive.onion.vendor says...

i only wish, noticer, that more people would trouble themselves to point this out to the l.e.t who purport to speak for the community but in reality attempt to direct us into what they claim to be 'the mood of the time' or 'what other people are doing'.
To follow there insinuations would reduce us to mindless morons who'd deserve the treatment we're getting.
i only wish, noticer, that more people would trouble themselves to point this out to the l.e.t who purport to speak for the community but in reality attempt to direct us into what they claim to be 'the mood of the time' or 'what other people are doing'. To follow there insinuations would reduce us to mindless morons who'd deserve the treatment we're getting. aggressive.onion.vendor
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5:23pm Sat 9 Apr 11

l m h jones says...

foreign war
royal wedding
thatcherism
deja vu?
foreign war royal wedding thatcherism deja vu? l m h jones
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6:18pm Sat 9 Apr 11

Wishingwell says...

William and Kate deserve a lot better than the small minded comments on here. Their future role isn't one I would
relish esp. with all the petty jealousy that is endemic in parts of the UK I hope they are very happy together and just hope that they can deal with all the cr4p that some people give them,
They are not responsible for the state of the economy - New Labour saw to that and the irony of it all is the small minded still think Labour could rescue them. Lol......
If you think the young couple are having a cushy life try asking what the ministers of the previous goverment are up to!
BTW Well done and good-luck to the Darwen Kids!
William and Kate deserve a lot better than the small minded comments on here. Their future role isn't one I would relish esp. with all the petty jealousy that is endemic in parts of the UK I hope they are very happy together and just hope that they can deal with all the cr4p that some people give them, They are not responsible for the state of the economy - New Labour saw to that and the irony of it all is the small minded still think Labour could rescue them. Lol...... If you think the young couple are having a cushy life try asking what the ministers of the previous goverment are up to! BTW Well done and good-luck to the Darwen Kids! Wishingwell
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6:42pm Sat 9 Apr 11

CapitaBackHander says...

I would have taken my family to see them but I am not waiting around if some police officer can't be bothered to tell us when they are on the way. Security??? Surely any crackpot would just blow up A666 as they passed. Or stand in the crowd for hours.
I would have taken my family to see them but I am not waiting around if some police officer can't be bothered to tell us when they are on the way. Security??? Surely any crackpot would just blow up A666 as they passed. Or stand in the crowd for hours. CapitaBackHander
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6:51pm Sat 9 Apr 11

aggressive.onion.vendor says...

The 'young couple'?
Would that they had to face the same problems as the 'kids' in Darwen for whom they're apparent concern is unlikely to last for more than two 'monarchical' minutes.
The people of Blackburn and the rest of the world are paying for an inept banking system adept at giving themselves massive bonuses, foreign wars on behalf of multinationals and company tax evasion.
The 'young couple'? Would that they had to face the same problems as the 'kids' in Darwen for whom they're apparent concern is unlikely to last for more than two 'monarchical' minutes. The people of Blackburn and the rest of the world are paying for an inept banking system adept at giving themselves massive bonuses, foreign wars on behalf of multinationals and company tax evasion. aggressive.onion.vendor
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7:14pm Sat 9 Apr 11

Bat E Karen says...

BBC North West Tonight was asking on Facebook if anyone round here was going to see William and Kate and most of the comments were negative.

Strange they didn't mention it that night on the programme. :)
BBC North West Tonight was asking on Facebook if anyone round here was going to see William and Kate and most of the comments were negative. Strange they didn't mention it that night on the programme. :) Bat E Karen
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7:37pm Sat 9 Apr 11

time will tell says...

Bat E Karen wrote:
BBC North West Tonight was asking on Facebook if anyone round here was going to see William and Kate and most of the comments were negative. Strange they didn't mention it that night on the programme. :)
Well, I`m not surprised, I`ve never met anyone who is remotely interested in this childish nonsense.
By the way why don`t they visit the Jobcentre if they want to do something useful and give some some support to the people suffering because of the ConDem cuts.
[quote][p][bold]Bat E Karen[/bold] wrote: BBC North West Tonight was asking on Facebook if anyone round here was going to see William and Kate and most of the comments were negative. Strange they didn't mention it that night on the programme. :)[/p][/quote]Well, I`m not surprised, I`ve never met anyone who is remotely interested in this childish nonsense. By the way why don`t they visit the Jobcentre if they want to do something useful and give some some support to the people suffering because of the ConDem cuts. time will tell
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7:55pm Sat 9 Apr 11

aggressive.onion.vendor says...

You have to ask yourself then where this claim of 'Royal Fever' comes from?
In all humility i offer this explanation.
A compliant media is an essential component of a repressive government.
When times are tough will attempt to provoke a 'feel good' factor i.e the falklands, numerous other royal events and (!) england winning the world cup.
Don't be distracted, the real issues are YOUR lives.
Not those that are media generated.
On the day of the royal wedding i'll be out blowing my vuvuzela in protest.
I'd suggest that on Monday, you just don't turn up.
Give them the respect they give you.
You have to ask yourself then where this claim of 'Royal Fever' comes from? In all humility i offer this explanation. A compliant media is an essential component of a repressive government. When times are tough will attempt to provoke a 'feel good' factor i.e the falklands, numerous other royal events and (!) england winning the world cup. Don't be distracted, the real issues are YOUR lives. Not those that are media generated. On the day of the royal wedding i'll be out blowing my vuvuzela in protest. I'd suggest that on Monday, you just don't turn up. Give them the respect they give you. aggressive.onion.vendor
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8:28pm Sat 9 Apr 11

happycyclist says...

CapitaBackHander wrote:
I would have taken my family to see them but I am not waiting around if some police officer can't be bothered to tell us when they are on the way. Security??? Surely any crackpot would just blow up A666 as they passed. Or stand in the crowd for hours.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who feels like that.
[quote][p][bold]CapitaBackHander[/bold] wrote: I would have taken my family to see them but I am not waiting around if some police officer can't be bothered to tell us when they are on the way. Security??? Surely any crackpot would just blow up A666 as they passed. Or stand in the crowd for hours.[/p][/quote]I'm glad I'm not the only one who feels like that. happycyclist
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2:48am Sun 10 Apr 11

Walsh says...

How much will the security cost the people of Darwen and Blackburn? I would sooner see the money that is going to be spent on security be redirected back to the libraries in order to once again purchase newspapers for the public.
I am also aware of a shopkeeper on Bridge St who was asked about his feelings with regard the "royal" visit by a television crew, he advised them that his opinion was negative and the interview was terminated at that point and not aired.
I for one will do my best to avoid this event I hope other people will do the same. The only positive thing which will come out from this visit will be clean streets wherever the couple visit, however this will be to the detriment of the streets that will not be visited or driven past by the couple. In fact my mother reminded me today of the visit made by the queen in the mid 1960's. Darwen railway station was "done up", but only on one platform; the platform which the Queen did not use had a train parked on it, thus depriving her of a more realistic view of the the town's run down facilities. The same will happen on Monday. William and Kate will not see the Ghetto that Darwen has become, instead their noses will be filled with the smell of fresh paint and their ears and eyes will be subject to obsequious sycophants who will create a fairy tale picture of Darwen rather than the sad reality that Darwen has become.
How much will the security cost the people of Darwen and Blackburn? I would sooner see the money that is going to be spent on security be redirected back to the libraries in order to once again purchase newspapers for the public. I am also aware of a shopkeeper on Bridge St who was asked about his feelings with regard the "royal" visit by a television crew, he advised them that his opinion was negative and the interview was terminated at that point and not aired. I for one will do my best to avoid this event I hope other people will do the same. The only positive thing which will come out from this visit will be clean streets wherever the couple visit, however this will be to the detriment of the streets that will not be visited or driven past by the couple. In fact my mother reminded me today of the visit made by the queen in the mid 1960's. Darwen railway station was "done up", but only on one platform; the platform which the Queen did not use had a train parked on it, thus depriving her of a more realistic view of the the town's run down facilities. The same will happen on Monday. William and Kate will not see the Ghetto that Darwen has become, instead their noses will be filled with the smell of fresh paint and their ears and eyes will be subject to obsequious sycophants who will create a fairy tale picture of Darwen rather than the sad reality that Darwen has become. Walsh
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3:56am Sun 10 Apr 11

Angusam says...

Wow such an honor for you John. You have such lovely people in your life, please tell Linda Mick and John how proud we are of you to have been given such a great honor well done son.. x x
Wow such an honor for you John. You have such lovely people in your life, please tell Linda Mick and John how proud we are of you to have been given such a great honor well done son.. x x Angusam
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4:03am Sun 10 Apr 11

Angusam says...

Above love Angus and Chris of Sudell House x
Above love Angus and Chris of Sudell House x Angusam
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8:40am Sun 10 Apr 11

Ess says...

What a load of pathetic negative drivel in these comments. I am really pleased for the 2 kids who have been picked to greet the couple, I think it's a huge honour and I'm not particularly a Royalist. My daughter was picked to play football with the prince when he went to her school and I stood watching with pride. The prince took the time to greet every single child at the school and came across as a really lovely guy.

What's the point in being so negative and petty? Yes we are going through hard times at the moment, in this country, but while there are our troops fighting overseas, tsunamis, earthquakes etc, what we are going through is nothing and I think it's great to see something for the country to celebrate. I wish Wills and Kate all the very best in their future together.

To the negative posters who this may apply to... I guess you're totally gutted to be having the day off work aren't you.
What a load of pathetic negative drivel in these comments. I am really pleased for the 2 kids who have been picked to greet the couple, I think it's a huge honour and I'm not particularly a Royalist. My daughter was picked to play football with the prince when he went to her school and I stood watching with pride. The prince took the time to greet every single child at the school and came across as a really lovely guy. What's the point in being so negative and petty? Yes we are going through hard times at the moment, in this country, but while there are our troops fighting overseas, tsunamis, earthquakes etc, what we are going through is nothing and I think it's great to see something for the country to celebrate. I wish Wills and Kate all the very best in their future together. To the negative posters who this may apply to... I guess you're totally gutted to be having the day off work aren't you. Ess
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9:39am Sun 10 Apr 11

Lifeinthemix says...

I wonder are they to eat black puddings instead of caviare to save money...or are we not really in this together....
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who cares about two toffs getting hitched?
I wonder are they to eat black puddings instead of caviare to save money...or are we not really in this together.... . who cares about two toffs getting hitched? Lifeinthemix
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10:01am Sun 10 Apr 11

past it says...

Wishingwell wrote:
William and Kate deserve a lot better than the small minded comments on here. Their future role isn't one I would relish esp. with all the petty jealousy that is endemic in parts of the UK I hope they are very happy together and just hope that they can deal with all the cr4p that some people give them, They are not responsible for the state of the economy - New Labour saw to that and the irony of it all is the small minded still think Labour could rescue them. Lol...... If you think the young couple are having a cushy life try asking what the ministers of the previous goverment are up to! BTW Well done and good-luck to the Darwen Kids!
Why do they deserve better? I wish I could have the future role that they will have, loads of money never have to work, fools lining up to shake their nice soft non working hands, for sure its not their fault the countrys going bust, it is Labour's, but you can bet that they will not miss out on anything at all.
[quote][p][bold]Wishingwell[/bold] wrote: William and Kate deserve a lot better than the small minded comments on here. Their future role isn't one I would relish esp. with all the petty jealousy that is endemic in parts of the UK I hope they are very happy together and just hope that they can deal with all the cr4p that some people give them, They are not responsible for the state of the economy - New Labour saw to that and the irony of it all is the small minded still think Labour could rescue them. Lol...... If you think the young couple are having a cushy life try asking what the ministers of the previous goverment are up to! BTW Well done and good-luck to the Darwen Kids![/p][/quote]Why do they deserve better? I wish I could have the future role that they will have, loads of money never have to work, fools lining up to shake their nice soft non working hands, for sure its not their fault the countrys going bust, it is Labour's, but you can bet that they will not miss out on anything at all. past it
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11:21am Sun 10 Apr 11

lemnats says...

lifeinthemix, have you seen the price of black puddings.
lifeinthemix, have you seen the price of black puddings. lemnats
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12:40pm Sun 10 Apr 11

aggressive.onion.vendor says...

you make me very hungry, black puddings yum yum, royal couple uggh!
you make me very hungry, black puddings yum yum, royal couple uggh! aggressive.onion.vendor
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1:03pm Sun 10 Apr 11

useyourhead says...

Ess wrote:
What a load of pathetic negative drivel in these comments. I am really pleased for the 2 kids who have been picked to greet the couple, I think it's a huge honour and I'm not particularly a Royalist. My daughter was picked to play football with the prince when he went to her school and I stood watching with pride. The prince took the time to greet every single child at the school and came across as a really lovely guy.

What's the point in being so negative and petty? Yes we are going through hard times at the moment, in this country, but while there are our troops fighting overseas, tsunamis, earthquakes etc, what we are going through is nothing and I think it's great to see something for the country to celebrate. I wish Wills and Kate all the very best in their future together.

To the negative posters who this may apply to... I guess you're totally gutted to be having the day off work aren't you.
self-employed so no day off for me, only sorry for employers footing the bill for staff to go pub at their expense, as hardly any will use the day as it was intended, no-one is remotely interested in this wedding.
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country is in the toilet and folk can't afford to live, and some can barely afford that but they think giving a day off for a party no one can afford to throw is a good idea!
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sprucing up the few bits that will be seen by Royals and letting the rest rot. 'let them eat cake' never was more apt.
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They are so far removed from the real world and whats really going on it's laughable. The council are akin to a dodgy car salesman sprucing up a banger to make it look like a Bentley.
[quote][p][bold]Ess[/bold] wrote: What a load of pathetic negative drivel in these comments. I am really pleased for the 2 kids who have been picked to greet the couple, I think it's a huge honour and I'm not particularly a Royalist. My daughter was picked to play football with the prince when he went to her school and I stood watching with pride. The prince took the time to greet every single child at the school and came across as a really lovely guy. What's the point in being so negative and petty? Yes we are going through hard times at the moment, in this country, but while there are our troops fighting overseas, tsunamis, earthquakes etc, what we are going through is nothing and I think it's great to see something for the country to celebrate. I wish Wills and Kate all the very best in their future together. To the negative posters who this may apply to... I guess you're totally gutted to be having the day off work aren't you.[/p][/quote]self-employed so no day off for me, only sorry for employers footing the bill for staff to go pub at their expense, as hardly any will use the day as it was intended, no-one is remotely interested in this wedding. - country is in the toilet and folk can't afford to live, and some can barely afford that but they think giving a day off for a party no one can afford to throw is a good idea! - sprucing up the few bits that will be seen by Royals and letting the rest rot. 'let them eat cake' never was more apt. - They are so far removed from the real world and whats really going on it's laughable. The council are akin to a dodgy car salesman sprucing up a banger to make it look like a Bentley. useyourhead
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1:57pm Sun 10 Apr 11

shytalk says...

I bet this visit upsets Jack Straw.
Why?
Because it will proberbly cost another million pounds to police.
The thing is.
People would rather have another EDL protest
I bet this visit upsets Jack Straw. Why? Because it will proberbly cost another million pounds to police. The thing is. People would rather have another EDL protest shytalk
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3:18pm Sun 10 Apr 11

annefromlancs says...

Sadly I will not be able to go to Witton Park. I shall be too busy slaving away at work, paying my taxes so this pair of free-loaders and the rest of the clan can live in luxury for the rest of their trouble free lives.
Sadly I will not be able to go to Witton Park. I shall be too busy slaving away at work, paying my taxes so this pair of free-loaders and the rest of the clan can live in luxury for the rest of their trouble free lives. annefromlancs
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5:24pm Sun 10 Apr 11

Noiticer says...

So much for Royal Visit Fever after reading the above comments, if they are representative of the general feeling.
Telegraph hype. It will be interesting to see how many turn out along the route.
So much for Royal Visit Fever after reading the above comments, if they are representative of the general feeling. Telegraph hype. It will be interesting to see how many turn out along the route. Noiticer
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6:24pm Sun 10 Apr 11

jonno1 says...

royals coming to visit a poor little northern town to show that they care,dont bother we will do ok without you,cant stand the royals & i honestly dont know anyone that actually likes them or are looking forward to a wedding involving these toffs & the rest of the royal bottom******s,i would draw the curtains if they were stood in my garden
royals coming to visit a poor little northern town to show that they care,dont bother we will do ok without you,cant stand the royals & i honestly dont know anyone that actually likes them or are looking forward to a wedding involving these toffs & the rest of the royal bottom******s,i would draw the curtains if they were stood in my garden jonno1
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7:19pm Sun 10 Apr 11

Andrew Weiss says...

What a bunch of moaning old f%#ts. If you don't want to go then don't, stay at home. Whilst the Darwen leg of the visit is private and off limits I'm looking forward to seeing them at Witton with my grandchildren. Let's hope the weather stays good. As for not giving times of course they can't you plonker. They're not daft though so i would only expect we will have to wait a couple of hours besides we will be taking a picnic and enjoying the park so if I have to wait longer so be it.
What a bunch of moaning old f%#ts. If you don't want to go then don't, stay at home. Whilst the Darwen leg of the visit is private and off limits I'm looking forward to seeing them at Witton with my grandchildren. Let's hope the weather stays good. As for not giving times of course they can't you plonker. They're not daft though so i would only expect we will have to wait a couple of hours besides we will be taking a picnic and enjoying the park so if I have to wait longer so be it. Andrew Weiss
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8:34pm Sun 10 Apr 11

CapitaBackHander says...

Question re the flags on plenty of business premises.
Why have some not got a flag on? Would like the correct answer before I draw the wrong conclusion re this i.e. Asian Akash - nothing, kebab shop nothing... another Asian shop nothing...
Question re the flags on plenty of business premises. Why have some not got a flag on? Would like the correct answer before I draw the wrong conclusion re this i.e. Asian Akash - nothing, kebab shop nothing... another Asian shop nothing... CapitaBackHander
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10:25pm Sun 10 Apr 11

BlueSkies says...

What a load of miserable gits there are on here, especially the onion seller!!!
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I hope the head boy and head girl absolutely enjoy the experience of their day. Their parents will be proud.
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God save our Queen!
What a load of miserable gits there are on here, especially the onion seller!!! . I hope the head boy and head girl absolutely enjoy the experience of their day. Their parents will be proud. . God save our Queen! BlueSkies
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12:02am Mon 11 Apr 11

useyourhead says...

God save our libraries. hospitals, police, schools ....... yada yada. The Queen is very adequately catered for thanks, this farce is depriving other services.
God save our libraries. hospitals, police, schools ....... yada yada. The Queen is very adequately catered for thanks, this farce is depriving other services. useyourhead
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12:03am Mon 11 Apr 11

OBT2 says...

And the award for biggest whinger goes to.....

THE MAJORITY OF THE PEOPLE ON THIS POST

With special recognition going to the onionseller!

Why can't you just be happy for the children involved? How much this? Taxpayers that...! Waste of space the other.... Blah blah blah what a pile of cr@p.

However I do think that Brendan Loughran and Rod Aldridge will have a smug look on their face hat I would quite happily slap off!! Arrogant and pompous plonkers! You do know that a large portion of your wage is also going forward to fund that monstrosity don't you? Not to mention Brendan Loughrans wage!
And the award for biggest whinger goes to..... THE MAJORITY OF THE PEOPLE ON THIS POST With special recognition going to the onionseller! Why can't you just be happy for the children involved? How much this? Taxpayers that...! Waste of space the other.... Blah blah blah what a pile of cr@p. However I do think that Brendan Loughran and Rod Aldridge will have a smug look on their face hat I would quite happily slap off!! Arrogant and pompous plonkers! You do know that a large portion of your wage is also going forward to fund that monstrosity don't you? Not to mention Brendan Loughrans wage! OBT2
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8:47am Mon 11 Apr 11

britguy says...

Royal Fever...can you get pills to cure it. I doubt very much that there is Royal fever other than in the minds of the media.
Have you seen the population of Blackburn
Royal Fever...can you get pills to cure it. I doubt very much that there is Royal fever other than in the minds of the media. Have you seen the population of Blackburn britguy
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9:34am Mon 11 Apr 11

mickdork says...

anyone know what DILLIGAF means ?because thats my response.
anyone know what DILLIGAF means ?because thats my response. mickdork
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1:07pm Mon 11 Apr 11

Whats the Matta says...

annefromlancs wrote:
Sadly I will not be able to go to Witton Park. I shall be too busy slaving away at work, paying my taxes so this pair of free-loaders and the rest of the clan can live in luxury for the rest of their trouble free lives.
According to some on here nobody has the right to voice an opinion that is not in accordance with their own. I remember when we lived in a cleverly cloaked democracy.
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[quote][p][bold]annefromlancs[/bold] wrote: Sadly I will not be able to go to Witton Park. I shall be too busy slaving away at work, paying my taxes so this pair of free-loaders and the rest of the clan can live in luxury for the rest of their trouble free lives.[/p][/quote]According to some on here nobody has the right to voice an opinion that is not in accordance with their own. I remember when we lived in a cleverly cloaked democracy. - Whats the Matta
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