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You should have 2 sizes of grey caddies. If you haven’t, phone the council for them.
The small one for daily kitchen waste eg. peelings, egg shells, left over food etc. Use the green biodegradable bags provided.
You then transfer that bag into the larger grey caddy which is kept outside. The lid is locked when the handle is in the upright position.
Better & healthier for that to be taken by the bin man weekly than leaving it to rot in either the green or black wheelie bins which are only collected fortnightly.
How simple is that?
Tie a green bag to the handle of the grey bin & the bin man will leave a fresh roll of bags.
Better for food waste to be collected weekly rather than fortnightly in black of green bins.
I would think that people in Johnstown with a landfill site on their doorsteps would see things differently to some.
Google News haven’t shown newspaper comments. Funny how the pundits on TV say that England played badly rather than Wales played a blinder. Brilliant result.
I have just been reading about other ISIS brides wanting to go home to other countries following up an item on Facebook. USA, Canada & France to name a few. There is definitely more to this than we know about. As a QT audience member commented, are we compassionate or just plain stupid if we let her back here? As they still being brainwashed?
I would like to know more about how 3 young girls of 15 came to be radicalised without their families having any idea. Where did they get money & passports to fly to Syria alone as minors. There is more to this than meets the eye.February 17, 2019 at 8:52 am in reply to: Affordable Houses In or Around Wrexham County Borough #163919
This makes me wonder how often outdated figures are used.February 13, 2019 at 1:34 pm in reply to: Affordable Houses In or Around Wrexham County Borough #163708
I agree 100% Councillor X. As with forestry & wild life habitat, green belt land will soon be a thing of the past. Thin end of the wedge practise.
The way that planning works in Wrexham is that if promises are made to build affordable houses anything gets through. When local planning disagrees the WA Government step in. We are in a no win situation.
Ioan y Ffin I agree with you & for once also with Councillor X & Maureen. Other buildings to retain are the Burton Building, Carnegies Library & Grove Park Theatre.
There is nothing beautiful about the buildings on either side of Lambpit Street so they could go with my blessing as well as the BHS side of Henblas Street. It ever there was an area of town ruined that was it.
Though not a frequenter of Eagles Meadow, I quite like the Spanish steps & the view of the Parish Church through the shops but I understand that it is a bit on the draughty side.
The shops that I hanker after are the home grown ones such as Aston’s, the furniture store, Rogers & Jackson & would you believe, Woolworths & of course the old market. I liked Cranes Music Shop as well.
I know that it’s an age thing with pink tinted glasses on my nose. Nostalgia it’s called. I like nostalgia.
Strange how statistics work – my figures came from https://researchbriefings.parliament.uk/ResearchBriefing/Summary/CBP-7783
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