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March 25, 2019 at 1:27 pm in reply to: Wales moves to become the first UK country to ban smacking #165749
There is no need for a grown adult to physically strike a child. What kind of parent would want to do that. Smacking a child is a demonstration of woeful parenting skills.
Bryn – changes from November 2016
Food waste should be placed in the food caddy which has been provided by the Council and should also no longer be placed in the green bin.
Yes, my bad. I do remember this larger grey caddy thing, I had it for all of two seconds before one of my neighbours most probably half inched it. Not much food waste in my house anyways.
I was always under the impression that the small grey caddy was to be kept in the kitchen for food waste, you would use a bio-degradable bag and as and when you wanted you would knot it up and put it in the green bin with the garden waste. You certainly don’t keep food waste in it all week and then put it outside with the rest of your bins. I always thought people that do must be mad. That way your caddy is kept clean inside your house and your food waste is composted as it should be.November 22, 2018 at 1:32 pm in reply to: Football Museum could take preference over bin collections. #159427
Would love to see this incorporated into the redevelopment of the kop. Few more pennies needed for that I’d guess.October 11, 2018 at 1:39 pm in reply to: Household Waste being put into, and by public bins. #157209
Every 2 weeks when black bin collection day comes around, I genuinely put 2, 3 even 4 bags of rubbish in my neighbours bins before work. Been doing it for years. I’d happily pay a bit more for an extra black bin but that would never happen. I’m lucky enough to live nearish to one of Wrexham’s tips and go often, don’t tend to take non-recyclable stuff though, mainly due to the hassle you get from the blokes there desperate to see what it is your chucking.October 4, 2018 at 1:25 pm in reply to: "Give your feedback on plans to place average speed cameras on Wrexham bypass" #156801
I’ll just keep chugging the old diesel past here at 80mph, the last thing we want is for the 50mph restriction to actually work! You’ll all thank me eventually when it goes back to 70mph.
A new McDonalds! Now I’m excited. I demand to know of the identity of this mythical utopia.
If this does actually make any difference to the price of regular strength drinks that most people buy, I suspect lots of people will just get their ale when they’re in England. Total own goal.
Ever thought that 365 nice new houses might bring some actual wealth and desirability to Llay, which parts of, lets be honest are currently a dump.June 21, 2018 at 9:00 am in reply to: temporary 50 mph speed on A483 – Serious question? #151286
Most traffic now seems to be observing the 50 limit so happy days.
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