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  Topic: Should Football be Relegated?
Fiona

Replies: 6
Views: 11269

PostForum: Community   Posted: 27/04/07, 17:30   Subject: Should Football be Relegated?
Lets give them a slot of their own
  Topic: freecycle
Fiona

Replies: 8
Views: 22835

PostForum: Classifieds   Posted: 11/05/06, 16:36   Subject: freecycle
I just found a yahoo freecycle group on the internet for the axe valley, maybe us Uplyme people could tag on to that. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/AxeValleyFreecycle/
  Topic: Gorgeous George
Fiona

Replies: 3
Views: 8897

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 04/02/06, 10:51   Subject: Gorgeous George
I agree with Geoff and Y.E.Plum. Would George Galloway have actually entered the Big Brother house if he did have "high moral standards"?
  Topic: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Lym Cottage
Fiona

Replies: 10
Views: 36830

PostForum: Planning   Posted: 04/01/06, 12:52   Subject: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Lym Cottage
I feel Uplyme's wildlife is bound to suffer, is there a threat that Upyme will soon become a wildlife free zone?
  Topic: With accidents like that who needs terrorism?
Fiona

Replies: 4
Views: 11268

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 12/12/05, 20:40   Subject: With accidents like that who needs terrorism?
Sorry me again-
Realised I went a bit off the topic of:
'With accidents like that who needs terroism'

Well I agree and I hope this accident registers with Mr. Blair. Even in a fuel depot that ha ...
  Topic: With accidents like that who needs terrorism?
Fiona

Replies: 4
Views: 11268

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 12/12/05, 20:31   Subject: With accidents like that who needs terrorism?
The plume of smoke looks awful. Just breathing in air around a bonfire is bad enough, but think what its like on such a massive scale. Surely the smoke is rather toxic and carcinogenic, i think we'll ...
  Topic: More nuclear power - yes or no ?
Fiona

Replies: 29
Views: 39770

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 25/11/05, 20:02   Subject: More nuclear power - yes or no ?
I believe we have come to a point where we can't always put the economy first, we need to take into consideration the future of our planet and the people and animals in it.
  Topic: More nuclear power - yes or no ?
Fiona

Replies: 29
Views: 39770

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 24/11/05, 22:35   Subject: More nuclear power - yes or no ?
The disposal of nuclear waste is clearly a massive problem and it has such a long half-life that it hangs around for ages. I'm worried about any accidents like chernobyl (we can't guarantee that nucle ...
  Topic: Beating the Bounds - no more ?
Fiona

Replies: 6
Views: 9464

PostForum: Community   Posted: 22/11/05, 19:15   Subject: Beating the Bounds - no more ?
I always used to enjoy the boundary walk (was my first experience of 'long distance walking'). Was good fun and a brilliant chance to see our parish. It is a shame that it stopped. We have to do risk ...
  Topic: 70 mph speed limit still relevant???
Fiona

Replies: 10
Views: 14170

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 22/11/05, 19:05   Subject: 70 mph speed limit still relevant???
I think hydrogen cars only give off water, but then you have to produce the hydrogen first and that uses a lot of energy and gives off greenhouse gases, so that doesnt seem to be the answer.
-I don't ...
  Topic: DIY traffic calming ?
Fiona

Replies: 5
Views: 14319

PostForum: Road safety   Posted: 22/11/05, 18:45   Subject: DIY traffic calming ?
Found this article on the BBC news website about traffic calming:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4459056.stm

Looks like you can park anything on the roadside
  Topic: Uplyme Parish Council Website
Fiona

Replies: 2
Views: 5713

PostForum: Community   Posted: 16/10/05, 20:31   Subject: Uplyme Parish Council Website
It's not very inspiring is it?
  Topic: Wind Turbines
Fiona

Replies: 20
Views: 87400

PostForum: Planning   Posted: 07/10/05, 10:23   Subject: Ecotricity
Small big turbines on houses are a brilliant idea although we need large scale wind farms to cater for even more of our energy needs. I would like to suggest that any home owners swap their electricit ...
 
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