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Even you must know that council money doesn’t pay for NHS costs. Even if Ty Pawb didn’t exist, the dreadful waits in the NHS would still exist.
Arriva buses knew about this last week. There was a post on Facebook about their arrangements to cover D. Jones routes. I noticed it particularly because a second poster said the information should not yet be made public. In his statement Cllr. Bithell said it was difficult to put new arrangements in place at short notice, but he had (I paraphrase!). Perhaps he should have followed facebook.
Having said that, I am sorry another local company has closed and workers affected so badly.
And people will learn there is no “e” in potato in the singular……
Yesterday (Sunday) I drove into town to buy one item and decided to try and park in Egerton St by the AVOW office. What I saw there was awful. There were people slumped on pavements and people exchanging money for silver packets. There were in all, about a dozen people there in various states, I drove off pretty damn quick!
I reflected later on the news that footfall into town was at it’s highest level recently – yes, mainly drop outs to get their fix of “spice” probably!
Owain Glyndwr, I have to disagree with you in this matter. Wrexham does not need this kind of thing. Let me explain. A friend was ejected from the said shop when I, I mean friend went in to purchase a vibrating device to ahem, “mix cocktails”. The assistant showed several alternatives, but none looked large enough for my err friends needs. The assistant became belligerent and the service was less than satisfactory. However, I did see a device which was wide enough for my perceived needs and I asked if I could examine the tartan one on the top shelf. The assistant refused and when I asked why, she said it was her thermos flask and not for sale and asked me to leave.June 30, 2017 at 9:26 am in reply to: £3.4m Investment as Arriva Launch ‘Premium Fleet’ For Wrexham & Chester Service #133623
Yer, good point Matt, give me a spaced out spiced up Zombie any day!
Surprise, surprise, Chester has spaced out spiced up Zombies too. I saw them as I went to the theatre the other night.
So Chester scores over Wrexham yet again, it has two types of undesirables!
Shocking1 James Idwal Jones and Tom Ellis would turn in their graves.
What lucid points you make Matt. Well said.
I suspect this “reluctant” decision is more about strengthening the tory grip on power.
She has said this is to strengthen her hand in negotiations and to bring stability within the palace of Westminster. Why? she got her article 50 trigger through. If she and the government negotiate a decent deal, what’s her problem?
If Mrs May can change her mind on this, what else can she change her mind on? I am mindful of all that “equality” rhetoric she spouted on entering No. 10.
“What Wrexham needs is an open air cinema” – said no one ever!!!!
I have long since been a supporter of the creation of an “arts hub” in town, but this bit is really baffling me!
Dear god, those who remember the Glynne cinema will recall the rain hitting the tin roof, but at least it had one!!!
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