janeywxm

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  • in reply to: Waterworld Carpark Video #108334

    janeywxm
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    My understanding of blue badge schemes and mobility cars is that you need to be in receipt of enhanced mobility pip or the high rate of dla moblility. The current requirement is that you cannot be able to walk more than 20 metres. So clearly she is doing more than that. I am not saying when she has relapsed she does not need the disabled space but when in remission she clearly does not.

    The video of her arguing with the disabled lady about the disabled space was also a blatant setup of that woman just so she could video her.

    Just my opinion

    Janey

    in reply to: Police slaughter a helpless animal #108261

    janeywxm
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    All they had to do was close off the road in both directions and wait for someone like a vet or RSPCA, dog warden etc… They would have one of the long poles with a loop that allows someone to capture a dog at more than arms length safely and humanely! They could easily have used cars to form a circle around the dog until someone arrived.

    That dog would have been dragged down the road and felt extreme fear and pain. I am disgusted with North Wales police.

    Janey

    in reply to: Hafan y Dref!! #104937

    janeywxm
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    Oh what a great idea! Does this mean that instead of spending 4-5 hours in casualty if someone needs stitches, has sprained their ankle or similar injuries they can simply just pop down to Hafan Y Dref tonight and get treated quicker?

    Janey

    in reply to: Is Rhosddu now a no-go area? #104696

    janeywxm
    Participant

    I forgot to add, why are these people allowed to keep animals?? Surely the RSPCA should be stepping in and removing a dog which is being neglected and abused by being given alcohol to drink?

    Janey

    in reply to: Is Rhosddu now a no-go area? #104695

    janeywxm
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    The town is going downhill rapidly! I was at the bus station a couple of weekends ago and all the druggies and drinkers were taking shelter in it. They were sat down in a gang drinking out of bottles in front of kids and the elderly. They had a staffi dog with them which was having alcohol poured down it’s throat! They were also feeding it raw bacon rind and off cuts which one of them had got from the butchers.

    A guy went over to ask them to stop giving the dog alcohol and all they all stood up and began jostling him and offering him out! They had bottles aimed at him and all of this was in front of young children. The bus station employee was threatened so was powerless to stop it all.

    It was the familiar faces… Andrew Snell etc…

    The town is not only full of our own local druggies and drinkers, we are also attracting those from far away because of the shelters we have etc…

    I am not sure what can be done but it needs to be sorted out.

    Janey

    in reply to: Mark Prandle #99763

    janeywxm
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    There are worse people in town than Marky Prandle!!! Maybe the council and police should take note! Marky Prandle might be seen as a pest by some but I hope you have realised by now that he is also a very prominent and well-liked person in Wrexham!!!

    I knew Marky before he went off the rails and when he was in the army. He was a well dressed young man, polite and a bit of a rum lad but very popular and friendly! He always comes up to me and always says sorry in advance for asking for some money. I never give him any but if I have been shopping I will crack open a pack of biscuits or crisps and give him something to eat. He is always grateful and says thanks.

    It’s a joke that the Polish drinkers, the people doing drugs in open can get away with it but Marky is picked on! I’ve lost count how many times I smell cannabis being smoked in town – and never a policeman around to complain to either!!!

    Give the guy a break and try something else to help him, surely the psychiatric services must have some power! I believe he has schizophrenia so mental health act could apply?
    Janey

    in reply to: Mark Prandle #99555

    janeywxm
    Participant

    Hmmm, whilst I agree with the sentiment by 99DJ I cannot correlate that to the petition started by Luke Evans to bring swarms of immigrants to Wrexham. If the council agree to that it just shows that they would rather look after these than there own.
    It beats me why these terrorists would want to come and live in the land of the infidels (non-believers) any way

    One of, if not the most disgusting post I have read in a very long time.

    Surely that was a troll post and not meant to be taken seriously????

    Janey

    in reply to: Vehicle damaged whilst parked on 'public street'. #99177

    janeywxm
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    Wonder how much sympathy the people of Wrexham would have for a person that posts on their social media that ” Wrexham is just a scum filled town and it’s an embarrassment to be born here “.

    When challenged that “Not everyone is bad. Don’t classify the majority with a minority. ”

    Responds ” Hmm I would say it’s the majority in Wrexham “.

    Further, this person publicly states that parking at Eagles Meadow is £30 per month thus a preference to park in the street – “I should be able to park on any public road I want to as long as no yellow lines. If there are houses on there, tough! ”

    I also wonder how his employer views this publicly stated opinion of Wrexham people seeing as many of them may well be potential customers.

    Maybe after reading such comments even more Wrexham people will make use of some free parking like him – at the cinema in Broughton !

    He obviously has no consideration for others but expects people to show him some! His comments are out of order and has lost him sympathy from me. Maybe having his car keyed was just deserts!

    in reply to: Vehicle damaged whilst parked on 'public street'. #99119

    janeywxm
    Participant

    It’s awful to say but I bet lots of people who previously parked in Smithfield will think twice now. I don’t condone the vandalism but as someone who lives near the football ground it is easy to understand how someone would get fed up of not being able to park in front of their own home.

    The residential streets close to the racecourse ground get full up on match days by both away and home supporters who don’t want to pay a couple of pounds to park. I bet if a few of their cars started to get keyed then the amount of people choosing to park there would stop. Again I don’t condone it but the police don’t do anything to sort it out.

    Janey

    in reply to: High Street parking #98705

    janeywxm
    Participant

    Yes that’s her! Bronwen, never knew she had died :-(

    She was a force to be reckoned with!

    Janey

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