Tuesday, February 14, 2012

New Subject


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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Grammar School site.

An outline planning application for a residential development of up to 52 properties (50/50 mix market and affordable housing) has now been submitted by Welfare Dwellings Residential Care Ltd for the former Grammar School site. The application also includes significant changes to the old school building. Namely demolition of the existing extensions, portable buildings and huts, combined with a new single storey, two storey extension and sports hall. The new Swanage Free School is due to open in September 2013. Full details of all this can be found on-line at:
http://planning-purbeck.dorsetforyou.com/planning/PlanAppDisp.asp?RecNum=38299

So what do people make of this?

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Robin from Swanage said...

Jokes about Railway Enthusiasts in the Swanage Railway Project.

Should people be subjected to ridicule because of the hobby they choose? How should they react? Should they stop being railway enthusiasts, should they ignore the comments, or should they make jokes about themselves?

Nickthefish said...

The link Robin plaese

Robin from Swanage said...

There is no link. It is supposed to be a new subject. Have I got the procedure wrong?

Nickthefish said...

Robin I have posted it up for you but why capitalist if it is not a proper noun. No further discussion thank you.

Nickthefish said...

capitalise I should have typed

Anonymous said...

Swanage Pier on TV Monday BBC2 6.30pm
Britains Heritage Heros is a series in which John Craven and Jules Hudson meet the people saving British crafts and heritage. Mondays trip is a celebration of the rich heritage of the south west. Starting off at Swanage pier.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01ckrmq

Anonymous said...

“SWANAGE & WAREHAM ADVERTISER”
[Thursday 16, 2012]
Head line; ‘New Plan for Turbine’ ~ at PUDDLETOWN, which is closer to Dorchester than either Swanage or Wareham. Furthermore, the ‘Postbag’ published letters only from residents of Bournemouth ! Has media discussion of the Off Shore Wind Farm or Swanage Traveller Sites been ‘D Noticed’ Political Correctness by the powers that be?

RobO

Swanage Area Senior Forum said...

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Come along to hear all about Macmillan, what they do, how they can help us and how we can help them.
Everyone welcome - whatever your age !

sbo said...

I realize those are forsbobet doggies but I would be hard pressed not to eat one ;)