Travellers Back at Alyn Waters

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  • #201931
    WreX-iT
    WreX-iT
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    So ordinary people cannot use the park but 20 plus traveller caravans are tolerated by police despite obvious COVID dangers which would see any normal person get a fine.

    Will police issue fines or even check road taxes and insurance and MOT? No!

    It did make me laugh when i see headlines like “Llay councillor confident there’s ‘no way back’ for controversial Gypsy and Traveller site”

    - STAY AT HOME -

    #201943

    Matt
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    Are the country park car parks all still closed? It’s not clear from the council website.

    I mean we’re now in stay local rules, rather than stay at home, so surely people are now allowed to drive to one and park up.

    The travellers looks like they’ve taken advantage of it, so when does it open up for everyone else to drive there?

    #202049

    locallad
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    Why are these people given a free hand to go where ever they want. Doesn’t Covid rules apply to them? As someone said elsewhere what’s the difference between them travelling to where ever they want & not getting fined, & someone travelling from England to go to Snowdon, who are then fined. Why the double standards. The police & council are too scared to do anything with this lot.

    #202058

    locallad
    Participant

    They should have been turned around at Holyhead Port & sent back on the next crossing.

    #202100

    billycoen
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    Just think of all the gutters and driveways that will get done.

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