cant understand why they are letting these lot stay in the church after the trouble they have caused in the past, stealing handbags and a set of keys which cost the church a lot of money to change all the locks, which are old and not easily replaced.
toilets havn’t had any hot water for the last 2 months and most taps broken for 2 years, reported to Kevin but hasn’t even bothered to reply.
maybe he can see EM closing down and he’s looking for a new job.
what a waste of money this place is, over £4 million spent on it that could have been used for something useful. It looks temporary and unfinished with the plastic curtain around some tables that look like the sort of table a builder would setup temporary with a sheet of ply on top. The same old tat for sale. Now that the library toilets are no longer free how long before the homeless use the market ones and those close down.
I don’t understand why people want to give them free sun cream (or water for that matter). Homeless people are entitled to benefits and, together with the money that they collect from begging (which I doubt they declare) and the fact that they have no rent or other bills, they must have a bigger disposable income than many people with houses. If they really want sun cream I’m sure they can afford to buy their own – it’s a matter of prioritising their spending.
agree with that surely they have £1 to buy a tube themselves, better still get a job and do something useful, fed up of them begging for change, that I have to go to work for not sit about drinking alcohol
Cats are vile killing machines and I have no idea why anyone would want to protect them let alone adopt one.
Thank you for the invite but i shall not be in attendance.
Do you not eat meat then ?
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