Car Parking
#11

(02-08-2021, 08:42 AM)Dommotyger Wrote:  outside Neil's mansion!

It took 16 minutes to walk!

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#12

(02-08-2021, 12:51 PM)T-End is in sight Wrote:  When do they start the road-widening work?

Should have started in March  Big Grin
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#13

(02-08-2021, 02:45 PM)Gladfans Wrote:  Should have started in March  Big Grin

The highways will blame the dreaded COVIDvirus maybe????  For the delay .
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#14

I think we're going to stop cars from coming down Sudmeadow Road at 14:15 and close the carpark .. then making all cars turn left out of Sudmeadow Road when they leave via stewarding ... as the mixing of cars and people is and will become unsafe.

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#15

I’d be surprised if someone like Gordon League RFC don’t open their field up and charge a couple of quid, it’s only a ten minute walk.

If I was attending a sporting event at our level and above I would automatically assume that I wouldn’t be able to park at the venue

“There’s a mole. Right at the top of the circus. He’s been there for years.”
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#16

Get the bus in or walk and enjoy the many watering holes nearby… problem solved.
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#17

Don't think the police will allow steward's to direct traffic on  our road's unless the law has changed in the last few year's . Suggest you ask Dave or his brother John .
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#18

Rhys Ifans did a decent enough job in Notting Hill!

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#19

It don't work like that in the real world Neil ,other wise I would have walked away free more often??
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#20

AP and Claire are looking for match day helpers - b there for 12.45-1pm guaranteed a parking spot .
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