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In Wales we have Water… much more important to life than Oil. Everyday millions of gallons of water are sent into England. Income to Wales from this is negligible. Devolution would mean taking control of our water and selling it at a fair price.January 30, 2020 at 11:27 pm in reply to: What will you do to celebrate Brexit day on 31.01.2020…? #180409
I shall be wearing a blue shirt to show solidarity with the EUROPEAN UNION. Unlike a lot of morons, I do understand the usefulness of being a member of the EU. The rest…. Phht…. deluded! End of Comment… no responses needed. Phht….
Carbon Monoxide is the gas.August 12, 2019 at 12:22 pm in reply to: Wrexham – a “cluster area” for large scale housing #172478
For once I agree with Matt. The scenario is getting Really serious, and the public seem to be bypassed in all of these decisions.
What a load of morons. Mentally defective and blind to reality.
Aldi and Lidl are known to ‘leapfrog’ or ‘copycat’ each other. So, this looks like another 2 stores soon if this is allowed. Hmmm former Police Station site??? People keep asking to see the Wrexham Town Center re-generated. This is not the way to accomplish that. As to lower prices, price battles occur, prices drop, until the competitors start dropping out. This creates a monopoly and prices rise and rise.
Not a chance in hell that I would vote for a self-seeking conservative. Will people never learn???
Gone from this thread.. not worth my time.
Use it for Education Purposes as stated in the Covenants. It makes perfect sense, and the present school meets 21st Century Criteria. It is also structurally sound. Incidentally, the report on Wrexham.com is somewhat correct, But, there is one vital fact omitted. That fact is that Wrecksam County Borough Council had already had an Asbestos survey carried out. That Asbestos Survey was entitled “Pre-Demolition Asbestos Survey”. What is more telling is that the survey was dated 2013. So who pulled out of the deal with Coleg Cambria???? It is obvious that Wrecksam had already decided and encouraged by various Council Officers, that they would demolish the School. As it is, asbestos has to be removed PRIOR to demolition so the cost of that exercise was a meaningless point in the arguement. It should also be noted that asbestos was not used in UK buildings until After World War 2, the school was built in 1938.
How do I know, I do my research, I also have a copy of the Asbestos Report, and roughly 120 photographs of the interior of the building. Photographs taken between 2014 and 2016 (could be exact on this if I had the time).
So, use the school for what it was intended, and Why the Covenants were put in place originally. The land for the school was pretty well gifted to Wrexham and the covenants put in place to protect and respect the help to the Wrexham people by the donation. The School was a recognition of Womens’ Suffrage, and the growth of the need for education for young women of the area. USE IT AS A SCHOOL, USE IT FOR EDUCATION.
I fully support it – sounds like a brilliant idea. Shaolin Monks, some of the most peaceful people on the planet – it’s an absolute privilege that they have chosen to come to Wrexham and want us to be twinned with their city.
Thanks to Pol Wong for enabling this type of cross cultural exchange to happen.
I echo your support, and also agree that Pol Wong enabling this has done the town a great favour. He instructs in the martial art Shaolin Kung Fu which has helped many children and adults in the Wrexham area.
A series of Wakes would be more appropriate, but I doubt the dim-witted, racist brexit voters will understand that. No need to comment, I’m out of here.
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