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English is used unnecessarily on place & street names.
I took my grandchildren to of one the first playdays on Llwyn Isaf & Queens Square & thought what a fantastic event it was. The equipment consisted of lengths of wood, huge cardboard boxes, sheets of vinyl, bales of hay & water.
How can anyone complain about children having a wonderful time & making happy memories of the town. Far better than seeing them walking around looking at gadgets.
As for looking after children during the holidays, who do you think took the children to town & spent hours watching them have good, clean, old fashioned fun? No different to taking them to the seaside.
For little cost, the shops & cafes in town had an added benefit of extra customers too.
The ‘feel good’ factor can’t be costed. Wrexham has more than its fair share of old miseries.
I don’t blame you for feeling this way Adam. It is disgraceful that decent folk should have to put up with this sort of behaviour. If they were dogs, a bucket of water might make a difference. We haven’t even got enough fire engines to turn a fire hose on them.July 16, 2018 at 8:29 pm in reply to: Welsh Medium Secondary Education and the Groves School #152982
I wonder what the teacher – pupil ratio & what the student numbers are for each school. I always felt that St Davids & Bryn Offa deteriorated when becoming ‘super’ schools.July 13, 2018 at 2:35 pm in reply to: Councillor wants action taken over Gresford travellers as soon as possible #152896
Have WCBC not complied with the law by giving them a site on Ruthin Road? How many sites does each council have to provide?July 13, 2018 at 9:22 am in reply to: Councillor wants action taken over Gresford travellers as soon as possible #152883
Don’t know the man but it really does sound like you have a bit of a vendetta against AA Matt. I wonder what Gresford residents think? It sounds a bit as a damned if he does & damned if he doesn’t scenario. I wish that my councillor took as much interest in his constituents welfare.July 12, 2018 at 12:32 pm in reply to: Welsh Medium Secondary Education and the Groves School #152816
I’m with you alunh on this. No issues with parking as was already a school on the premises. It’s central too & could bring money into town. If the kids need new kit, why travel when you could just pop into town after school.
“Next it will be how wonderful rationing was; there was no obesity crisis”
I am not of an age to remember rationing but know that people were made of stronger stuff back then. You may struggle.
I would be very disappointed in my children if they spoke to their elder rudely as you.
Obesity is a crisis but I like nice food too.
“You should go into a Factory, the skilled guys, will all be guys, white and in their early fifties if you are lucky.”
I am one of the fortunate ones who have not needed to take factory work but do not look down on anyone who is prepared to work, whatever their job. As someone once said to me, “If I was a toilet cleaner, I would wish to be the best toilet cleaner.”
Roughly translate as ”I will sit here and whine, with my hands out, while you flog yourself to death keeping me. It `s my entitlement”
I have never asked for one penny of anyone else’s money. I expect that my taxes went towards enabling your lack of education & manners.
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