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  Topic: 20mph speed limit campaign
RichardH

Replies: 21
Views: 39216

PostForum: Road safety   Posted: 16/10/07, 13:51   Subject: 20mph speed limit campaign
This is obviously very topical: http://newsvote.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7046200.stm

The question must be, though, where the limit would apply within Uplyme. It's pretty unrealistic to hope for it to be i ...
  Topic: Freeview reception
RichardH

Replies: 20
Views: 36922

PostForum: Advice   Posted: 30/01/06, 12:48   Subject: Freeview reception
Just wanted to mention we have been getting good Freeview reception via our ordinary rooftop aerial for quite a while. There are some advantages to living at the top of the hill facing northeast after ...
  Topic: Riverford Organics - vegboxes
RichardH

Replies: 5
Views: 22670

PostForum: Recommended   Posted: 30/01/06, 12:41   Subject: Riverford Organics - vegboxes
I agree entirely with your opinion of Riverford, Geoff. We have been having deliveries fairly regularly for a few months now. Although you can't choose what's in a box, you can choose which size of bo ...
  Topic: More nuclear power - yes or no ?
RichardH

Replies: 29
Views: 35967

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 30/11/05, 10:57   Subject: More nuclear power - yes or no ?
It's too simplistic to see nuclear as a carbon-free option to help in the fight against global warming. Although it may be almost carbon-free when it is up and running, it will take the best part of t ...
  Topic: Tesco - every little helps or hurts ?
RichardH

Replies: 6
Views: 14835

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 30/11/05, 10:39   Subject: Tesco - every little helps or hurts ?
Geoff, I'm with you that lower cost should not always be our priority - especially as perceived lower cost is often short-term only. Tesco is very adept at attracting people with BOGOFs, double points ...
  Topic: School swimming pool
RichardH

Replies: 2
Views: 4940

PostForum: Community   Posted: 30/10/05, 21:47   Subject: School swimming pool
I'm no longer a parent at the school, but was for about 11 years. On a number of occasions I put forward the opinion that the school pool was virtually useless, but each time got the impression that I ...
 
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