Liz Jackson

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  • in reply to: Ty Pawb – Very disappointed :-( #156155

    Liz Jackson
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    No bailiffs but the Community Choir that meets in Ty Pawb to rehearse have been asked to learn the chorus of “We shall not be moved”

    Next will be stallholders barrackaing themselves behind the shutters on their stalls – perhaps Kingdom have a bailiffs section the Council will call in.

    in reply to: Play Day #153906

    Liz Jackson
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    How sad it is to read some of the responses on this thread today from people who clearly must be living a really miserable life. Children are our future and don’t forget they are the ones who will be looking after you in your old age. It would be such a shame if children today grew up to be a miserable in their lives as some of the usual suspects on the threads.

    Children and young people should be able to come together and have some fun – with parents ideally some of whom probably rarely do play with their own children. Don’t jump on me about poor parenting as I accept that not all of them are as engaged with their children as you would hope. For those of you who were not present you would have seen children and young people of all ages, parents and grandparents all taking part – and ALL hadge hidge smiles of delight.

    Dont forget parents are ratepayers as well.

    in reply to: Bullying at Darland High School in National Press #153315

    Liz Jackson
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    Information on this website run by NSPCC https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/child-abuse-and-neglect/bullying-and-cyberbullying/ for parents, guardian, children & Young People and professionals.

    Infomation on the site guides parents to look for telltale signs to look out for if your child is being bullied or could, in fact, be the bullier. The later is something no parent would like to think their child could be a perpetrator. Whatever your position look and learn?

    in reply to: Druggies New Camp site #153310

    Liz Jackson
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    The mini-site is actually on the loading bay platform that used to be used for the Chinese buffet that was in the basement of the old Woolworths.

    in reply to: Bullying at Darland High School in National Press #153267

    Liz Jackson
    Participant

    Bad spelling as a result of poor education in one of the Wxm schools and then too much texting and predictive spellings making me lazy!

    GV-Wxm any chanc of u given sum Eglish lesons to s mear mrtals

    in reply to: Wrexham Headline BBC News again #153258

    Liz Jackson
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    The Council need to query why when they have CCTV on the grass area that they had not picked up this activity and of

      they did why no one had been called to intervene.
    in reply to: Bullying at Darland High School in National Press #153257

    Liz Jackson
    Participant

    Andrew where you, not a Governor of the school couple of years ago when cyberbullying was being discussed and a reassurance was given from the staff at the time that the school did not have a problem? What is correct the statement then or the media coverage?

    in reply to: Fire Engine by Avow #153220

    Liz Jackson
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    Bit embarrassing as their sat nav couldn’t have shown the driver that Egerton Street is actually two separate dead-end roads with the statues in the middle.

    in reply to: Druggies New Camp site #153219

    Liz Jackson
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    Unless there is a new chippy in Egerton Street the one that is there is not by AVOW but the other short stretch of the street from McDonald’s down to the statues.

    in reply to: Women in power in Wrexham #150515

    Liz Jackson
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    This is not just about women and the Independents – try breaking the mould within the Labour Party In Wrexham as a female- tried a few years back and could hardly get a foot in the door so I terminated my membership. Maybe a bit different now as they do have a couple of females now on the Council.

    As far as it is a job or part-time – the fact that the meetings have nearly all moved to daytime often disengages womon who tend to be (but not always) the ones in a partnership with children that do the playgroup, school run etc and have to fund work around these commitments – fitting anything else during daytime hours is almost impossible. How many women on the Council have school-age children- not many if any at all I suspect.

    The “system” does not present a level playing field for male and females or age. I know we have an ageing population but surely we don’t need a Council filling up with those who are 55 plus in line with the Welsh Government Older Peoples Strategy.

    I’ll be turning up on Tuesday just to see how many come and see if we can gather some momentum – (will have done the school run and checked on in-laws before 10.00). This will be great if we can start getting the female voice heard – above all show we have the understanding to be involved in politics and community action.

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