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Yesterday at 06:18 PM Quantum Computing vs Neuromorphic Cores by FelixCowden

I found this article, and Neuromorphic Cores sound really interesting!

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Yesterday at 11:04 AM garage on fire Duke st by kimpri

Big fire Duke st price st

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Yesterday at 10:37 AM New Brighton lifeboat off station by casper

Heard on the news earlier that New Brighton lifeboat station has been shut down for "several weeks" due to a training dispute with volunteer crew members, the service is expected to be covered by Hoylake station and lifeguards, it is a bad time for this to happen with the school holidays beginning bringing lots of visitors to New Brighton.

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Yesterday at 09:38 AM Peahen Found in New Brighton. by Wally1

A peahen has been found wandering around neighbours
gardens for the last few weeks. Already advertised
on lost pets websites but I thought I would mention
it on here in case someone knows about it.

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21st Jul 2016 9:18pm garage staff full and part time. pensby by fish5133

Garage in thingwall temporary shut so the one in pensby is getting double traffic.diesel pumps empty.advertising full or part time staff..only minimum wage though

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21st Jul 2016 4:53pm home & bargains by eddtheduck

ad in the window of the Liscard shop for a sales person for Home & Bargains

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21st Jul 2016 11:30am Wirral Historic Vehicle Rally by mikeeb

The rally is on Sunday 24th
Well worth a visit or as a spectator watching them drive past your locale
Rally info

The approximate timings for Sunday's rally are as follows:
Morning run
10.30am: Leave Red Fox, Thornton Hough
10.31am: Thornton Hough
10.40am: Eastham Rake
10.48am: Bromborough Cross
10.53am: Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight
11am: Heath Road / Teehey Lane, Bebington
11.10am: Halfway House
11.13am: Caernarvon Castle Pub
11.20am: Leasowe Road
11.22am: Moreton Cross
11.30am: Carr Farm, Meols

Afternoon run

1.30pm: First car departs Carr Farm
1.35pm: Meols Drive
1.40pm: West Kirby Prom
1.45pm: Moby Dick, West Kirby
1.50pm: Caldy
1.52pm: Cottage Loaf, Thurstaston
1.55pm: Irby Village
2pm: Barnston Dale, Fox & Hounds
2.10pm: Thornton Hough Smithy and Village Green
3.30pm: Prize-giving

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20th Jul 2016 10:20am Glass fish tank aquarium by DavidB

Previously used to house gerbils, no longer needed. Still holds water, it's at least 2 foot X one 1/2 foot so a good size without being massive.
Can possibly drop off.

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17th Jul 2016 2:32pm Save Woodside Ferry by granny

Having noticed a bus yesterday, with a banner showing Save Woodside Ferry, here is the petition. It needs many more supporters and has the backing of MP Frank Field. Please sign and share.Thanks

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16th Jul 2016 11:45am Screen Freezing by granny

Is anyone else having a problem with Wikiwirral. Every time I try to post or change topic it consistently freezes.

Then 'recover webpage ' comes up, which doesn't always work. This is not happening on any other site I visit so is there any particular reason for this on Wikiwirral ?

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16th Jul 2016 9:52am Birkenhead Priory Craft Fair by Artymum

Birkenhead Priory are holding a summer craft fair on Saturday 23rd July 11-3pm

Lots of lovely stalls to browse at whilst taking in the beautiful surroundings of the Priory.
Facepainting and refreshments stalls too.

Please come along and support local.

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16th Jul 2016 9:48am Portrait class by Artymum

Beginners Portrait Class on SUNDAY 17th JULY 11-3 at ArtFix Art Supplies shoe, Balls Road, Birkenhead
Email to book a place

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15th Jul 2016 10:55pm trailer and zig unit help by Little_B

is there any auto sparks on here that can give me some advice on how to wire a zig unit with a couple of batteries to my trailer for camping, need advice on wiring and if I need one or two batteries. thanks guys

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15th Jul 2016 7:05pm Birkenhead park embroidery by mikeeb

Just found this on pinterest
"Mary Bryning - Textile artist Mary combines her love of textiles and embroidery with an interest in maps and the effect human settlement ha... "
Pure class smile

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15th Jul 2016 1:59pm Expensive looking motor bike possibly stolen? by TheComputerLab

My cctv picked this up at 1025 today, to get here they have ridden the bike over the swamp from cross lane to the side of mosslands. Leasowe road would be a better direction unless of course it's stolen!

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14th Jul 2016 6:28pm Russian cold war maps by mikeeb

Just found some Russian cold war maps of Merseyside from the 70's
It shows all the roads and docks in Russian
Explore it Clicky
Buy them very cheaply Clicky

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14th Jul 2016 3:56pm New Junior Rugby Players wanted - Oxton Parkonians by Burto

Oxton Parkonians Junior Rugby Section are recruiting new players for the coming season starting from Sunday September 4th, aged from 6 to under 18. No experience is necessary and players of all abilities will get games. We are a very friendly, family orientated club with very low membership fees. Our grounds and clubhouse are second to none; so if you are looking for somewhere for your child to have a go at rugby come along on September 4th at 10.30am until 12 . Please feel free to share to anyone who may be interested

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13th Jul 2016 10:17pm Sainsbury's/Tescos recall ravioli & mac n chesse by eddtheduck

Sainsbury's and Tescos recall ravioli and macaroni cheese over rubber 'health risk'

Sainsbury's and Tesco have recalled some of their tinned foods after fears they contain rubber.

Shoppers across the UK are being advised to take back the affected products, which pose a "possible risk to health", for a full refund.

The Foods Standards Agency has said both supermarkets are taking the action as a "precautionary measure". All the affected goods were manufactured by a Belgian company.

The products being recalled are:

Sainsbury's beef ravioli in tomato sauce 400g. Best before end: January 2019. Product code: 121811
Sainsbury's macaroni cheese 410g. Best before end: January 2019. Product code: 125901
Tesco beef ravioli 400g. Best before end: December 2018. Product batch codes: LB3048 81724C, LB3049 81724C
Tesco everyday value beef ravioli 400g. Best before end: April 2019. Product batch code: LA146 84824C

A Food Standards Agency statement said: "If you have bought any of the above products, do not eat it. Instead, contact the store from where it was bought for a full refund.

"No other Sainsbury's and Tesco products or batches are known to be affected."

A Sainsbury's spokesman said: "It has been brought to our attention a small number of the above products may contain pieces of rubber.

"As a precautionary measure, we are asking all customers who have bought these products not to consume them, and to return it to their nearest Sainsbury's store where they will receive a full refund.

"No other products or date codes are affected by this issue, and we apologise for the inconvenience this has caused."

A Tesco spokeman said: "We have been made aware that a small number of Tesco Ravioli cans may potentially contain pieces of rubber. We are recalling affected batch codes as a precautionary measure."


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13th Jul 2016 7:50pm Dock cottages by mikeeb

Some picture from a book about the dock cottages

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13th Jul 2016 11:39am garage broken in to by vw_kyle

garage had been broken into all snap on tools stolen and vehicle stolen which was dumped in Oxton please let me know if you hear anything please

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13th Jul 2016 9:00am Small glass fronted by Dilly

Stella beer fridge. Working order. Needs to be collected by the weekend. Pm's please. Dilly.
P's In New brighton area.

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13th Jul 2016 12:47am Bouncy castle company by Flintstone

I need to hire a bouncy castle for this sunday in Wallasey. Can anyone recommend a local company?

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12th Jul 2016 8:56pm Doogee smart phone by johncon

Hi I have just bought a new Doogee x6pro smart phone . unfortunately it does not come with a user manual and I cant find one on the internet . Can anyone help please before I return it .

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12th Jul 2016 1:25pm Oh dear is this a virus ? by venice

Hi Ive got an Acer laptop using Windows 7 . BB provider is Sky . Weve got a BT line

Was using it a few minutes ago , browsing , the laptop just started bleeping and nothing would stop it. I had about 5 pages open . Everything on the screen disappeared except an 'URGENT' large large red letters pop up box saying Error Code 056233 and blurb that BT had noticed suspicious activity etc etc . Because I was so startled never having experienced loud bleeps before , I didnt bother reading the whole thing I just copied it into my browser to paste and look at once Id closed down. I didnt click anything but just closed the pages from my bottom toolbar and the bleeps stopped when I closed the bleeping page.

Well, the copy wouldnt paste, so I dont know what else it said , although Id noticed links for help to click.
I looked up the Error, and theres nothing .I googled Clicking accompanied by that sort of notice , and its said to be a keylogger type virus. As long as I didnt click anything, should I be ok? Or, might I have already got a key logger on from being on the site in the first place? If I try and change my bank passwords , if they are logged on , wont they just note my new details as I do it?

Microsoft Security essentials is still showing as everything ok, but should I run something like Malware Bytes and if so please can anyone give me a safe link to it please ? Many thanks for any help or observations etc.

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11th Jul 2016 10:51pm memory walk by rocks

not Wirral but thought some peeps may be interested in this

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10th Jul 2016 5:05pm Sacked for refusing to tend to dead peado by RUDEBOX

A mum was sacked from her job after refusing to polish the coffin of a depraved paedophile.

Sam Garner, who has 11 children and nine grandchildren, recognised depraved Glazebrook’s name when his body was brought to the McCallum and Tritton funeral home in Bootle , from Walton Prison in June.

She said she was horrified and disgusted asked to tend to the body of Kenneth Glazebrook.

The 88-year-old pervert was jailed in February for five years for ­molesting three young girls over three decades.

Glazebrook’s sickened family are joining in calls to have Sam, 50, reinstated.

Her bosses claim the incident was not the sole reason for her dismissal and that disciplinary action was ­already being taken against her before she made her stand.

The firm said: "She is being dismissed for outbursts of unreasonable ­behaviour and insubordination."

Sam said: “I find paedophiles abhorrent. I didn’t want to touch him.

“I know I have got to feed my children, but my values and my morals wouldn’t let me work with that man.”

The mugshot of paedophile Kenneth Glazebrook
Glazebrook’s sickened ­stepdaughter Sharon Sedwick, 62, of Wallasey sais she had not known of Glazebrook’s death and would not have attended his funeral.

She said: “This poor woman was ­completely within her rights not to tend to Kenneth’s coffin. I feel very sorry that she’s lost her job.

“The firm who sacked Sam should hang its head in shame.

“My stepdad’s actions have ­destroyed the lives of three innocent girls.

“He was a horrible, evil man. How could this ­woman, as a mum and a gran, treat him just like any other person?”

Glazebrook tried to hide his face from the cameras during court hearings in February that he attended on a mobility scooter.

Kenneth Glazebrook, 87, of Deveraux Drive, Wallasey admitted sexually abusing young girls. Pictured leaving courtKenneth Glazebrook, 87, of Deveraux Drive, Wallasey admitted sexually abusing young girls. Pictured leaving court
The ex -soldier admitted five counts of indecent assault when he was ­presented with the overwhelming evidence before his trial started at Liverpool crown court.

Sam told the ECHO's sister title the Sunday Mirror: “Normally I arrange funerals and look after the deceased in the chapel, so I straighten their clothes, put things in the coffin and polish the coffin.

“I told my boss that I would deal with his family but I would not have anything to do with him in the chapel.”

Haunted by harrowing thoughts of Glazebrook’s crimes, Sam said she was so distressed she was forced to take the next day off.

She then ­received a letter from management saying she was being called to a ­disciplinary meeting.

Bosses described her behaviour as “insubordinate” and she returned to work the following day in time for Glazebrook’s funeral.

McCallum and Tritton & Sons Independent Funeral Directors in Bootle
Despite the threat of disciplinary action, defiant Sam refused to ­compromise on her stance when asked take the paedophile’s walking stick into the chapel of rest.

She explained: “I have done a lot of children’s funerals and I just can’t bear to think about that horrible man going into the same chapel of rest where those poor children have to go.

“If people knew that that man had been in the same chapel as their loved ones... I just couldn’t do it.”

Sam says her full-time contract was terminated on the spot eight weeks after she was promoted from a ­part-time position.

Bosses at the family firm claim that the incident wasn’t solely the cause and they were already considering her position after a dispute over holiday allowance. Sam acknowledged that there had been a disagreement over a day she had booked off.

But she says she was was not ­disciplined until the day after she took her stance on Glazebrook several weeks later and insists her bosses are trying to back-pedal.

Sam Garner at home after being sacked
She said: “I obviously needed my job and I am going to struggle without it, but it wasn’t a difficult decision for me to say no.

“My work has never been ­questioned before. I have letters from families thanking me and praising my work. When I was made full-time I was told my work was excellent.

“I was on a high at the age of 50 after bringing up 11 children to get a fantastic job on my own merit but now I have been sacked.”

But Andrew Stone, a partner at McCallum and Tritton, said: “There was already a disciplinary in place before anything was mentioned about this funeral. She is being dismissed for outbursts of unreasonable ­behaviour and insubordination.”

William Eccleston, director of the National Federation of Funeral Directors, said: “Should the lady involved have had ­concerns, it would have been much more appropriate for her to have discussed these with her firm rather than simply refusing to carry out the job.

“People in the funeral ­industry have a duty to look after the needs of a lost one’s grieving families regardless of that person’s history.”$category%20p$1

People seem divided in opinion in the comments section

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10th Jul 2016 3:47pm Ferry Run Aground by RUDEBOX

Firefighters have helped 69 passengers to safety after a ferry ran aground in Eastham.

Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service was contacted at 13.24pm on Sunday, July 10 after the Mersey Ferry Royal Iris ran aground in Eastham ‪#‎Wirral‬

Two fire engines, the Search and Rescue Team and the Marine Fire One Rescue Team attended the scene.
The Royal Iris ferry was carrying 69 passengers and five crew members when it ran aground in Eastham.

The grounding of the vessel caused a hole to form in the hull and the ship to take on water.
A dredger, Deo Gloria, assisted in pumping out water from the ferry and took the ferry passengers on board.
Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service helped move both vessels in to the QE2 Dock at Eastham.

The dock gates were closed and passengers were helped to disembark from the dredger on to the quayside.
Firefighters assisted in pumping out the water from the ferry while awaiting the arrival of two further tugs.
The Port of Liverpool Police, HM Coastguard, RNLI and North West Ambulance Service also attended the incident.

There were no reported injuries.

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8th Jul 2016 11:51pm Who remembers this by granny

this.... man about town

and a tennis racquet to die for .Dunlop Maxply Fort made in England

Monday, wash day ?

Any more ???

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8th Jul 2016 6:32pm The Monkey Steps by catweazle

I have just read a post from members inquiring how the Monkey Steps got their name. As a child I lived in Hinderton Road and used to go up the steps on my way to Mersey Park School. The story we were told was about a seaman who lived, I don't know when, near the top of the steps. This seaman had at least one or maybe several monkeys, brought back from his voyages to faraway places, that would sit and play on the steps. True or not? I don't know but it would be a plausible explanation.

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7th Jul 2016 10:35pm Autism-friendly afternoon, World Museum by eddtheduck

Autism-friendly afternoon, PRESS HERE FOR LINKS

World Museum Friday 15 July, 2.30 - 4.45pm

We welcome children and adults with autism in our museums and galleries. Staff are piloting a series of sessions which are aimed at supporting the needs of people with autism.

Autism TogetherWe are currently working with Autism Together to develop skills to make our venues more autism-friendly. We have quiet areas in each venue. We will evaluate our events and we welcome feedback from visitors who attend so that we can develop and improve this service. Feedback forms will be available.

The offer is free but a session or event needs to be booked in advance so that we can make sure that we can accommodate you and avoid activities becoming crowded.

Please be aware that for everyone’s safety we have a fire alarm system in place in all our museums and galleries. In the event of the alarm going off there will unavoidably be a loud noise. Staff will let you know where to go to feel safe.
How to book

To reserve a place on any of the sessions listed below please complete a booking enquiry form. We will confirm whether there is a place for you or let you know if all places are booked.
Autism-friendly afternoon, World Museum

Friday 15 July, 2.30 - 4.45pm
World Museum – the event takes place throughout the Museum
During the event the museum will still be open for all visitors, but we will try to keep the building quieter and less crowded than usual.
The afternoon is for all ages, individuals, families and groups.

You can explore the museum’s displays. Planetarium shows will be run at reduced volume and drop-in sessions will take place in the Aquarium and Bug House with live animals for all visitors. Quiet spaces will be signposted.

Book now
See our autism-friendly guide to World Museum (pdf) which has photos of spaces inside and outside the Museum, along with useful information.

Be an archaeologist / Let’s Dig, Museum of Liverpool

Tuesday 13 September, 10.15am - 11.15am
Museum of Liverpool
For children aged 7-11 years (Key Stage 2)
Most of the session takes place in an education room in a quieter area of the Museum.
There are spaces for 12 children and their accompanying adults

Carry out your own archaeological excavations, uncover lost objects from Roman, Viking, Tudor and Victorian sites in and around Liverpool and learn about the importance of evidence. Participants choose to record their findings by drawing, measuring or talking about them.

Book this session now
Find out more about the Let's Dig session
See access information for Museum of Liverpool

Welcome Sunday morning, Merseyside Maritime Museum

Sunday 9 October 10.30am-12.00pm

An autism-friendly morning for any visitors who would like to experience a more relaxed museum experience. Merseyside Maritime Museum is quieter on Sunday mornings than at other times. Between 10.30am and 12 noon we have the following activities tailored to accommodate people who find this quiet period more comfortable.

Carnival Craft session

3rd Floor – International Slavery Museum (located within the Merseyside Maritime Museum)
Use craft materials to create your own carnival-inspired crown to take home. Toddler play area situated in the craft room.

Smugglebuster Playday

2nd Floor
The Seized! team invite you to ‘Smugglebuster Playday’, a room where the young and the young-at-heart can play games, do jigsaws, dress up and colour in.
There is also a reading corner and toddler play area. The session is based on Seized! Border Force National Museum which has displays in the basement.

All Hands on Deck

1st Floor
Handle interesting objects and learn more from our expert staff about maritime history.

Emigration gallery

Friendly staff will accompany you on a tour of the dark streets of old Liverpool, and you can put yourself in the place of emigrants to the New World. Staff will give visitors a detailed description of the gallery before entering.

Some galleries will have reduced noise levels for this event. All galleries and exhibitions are open for you to browse, with printed trails available for you to use on some of the galleries. There is a picnic area by the colonnades at the back of the museum providing a lovely area to eat at our café or to eat your picnic lunch.

Book now
See access information for the Merseyside Maritime Museum

Big Art for Little Artists, Walker Art Gallery

Tuesday 22 November 9.30am - 10.30am. (This session starts before the Gallery opens at 10am.)
Big Art gallery, Walker Art Gallery
One hour session for early years and children under five
The session has space for 15 children and 15 adults

Join us for interactive story telling and rhymes, craft activity and a fun interactive exploration in Big Art gallery.

Book now
See access information for Walker Art Gallery.

Javanese Shadow Puppets, World Museum

Wednesday 14 December 10.15am - 11am, 11.15am - 12pm and 1.15pm - 2pm
Weston Discovery Centre, World Museum
For children aged 7- 11 years (Key Stage 2)
The session takes place in a quieter separate room. You can also explore the World Cultures Gallery close by and see more shadow puppets in the Asia displays.

In our workshop you can find out about shadow puppets, how they work and make your own to own to take home. You can sit quietly and listen to instructions in the session which involves cutting, sticking and colouring. Find out more about our Javanese shadow puppets learning session.

Book now
See access information for World Museum.

Visiting us at other times

Visitors with autism are welcome in our museums and galleries at all times but sometimes the museums and galleries can be noisy. Quieter times include:

2.30pm - 5pm on weekdays during school term times. This is because the venues become quieter after school groups have left.
10am - 11.30am on Sunday mornings.

You may wish to avoid times when museums and galleries can be particularly crowded and noisy. These times include:

school holidays
bank holidays
when big events are happening in the city centre or at a particular museum or gallery.

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7th Jul 2016 1:55pm Clatterbridge Hospital. by Beethoven

When Clatterbridge hospital becomes outpatient only in 2018/2019 when a tranche of services are moved to Liverpool, does anyone know if we will keep St. John's hospice and Claire house which are both obviously inpatients?

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6th Jul 2016 6:13pm dyson by rocks

spare or repair......suction but the brush doesn't rotate

pick up rock ferry pm for address

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6th Jul 2016 5:47pm Farmers arms by mikeeb

This pub not been indexed yet

The Farmer's Arms was situated on the Chester High Road, directly opposite the Boathouse Lane. Originally known as the 'Rose and Thistle' it had ceased to trade as a licenced establishment by 1922 and continued as refreshment rooms, only.

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6th Jul 2016 1:20pm Searching for family 1940s by cliff_jones

Hi thank you for letting me join,
my name is Cliff jones from Wakefield and am hoping to find some history on my family from Birkenhead, it was a big family of 12 children the head of the house was Peter jones and wife was Dorothy Henrietta Jones nee Hobbs, have joined ancestory but nothing showing much on living in Birkenhead, they lived on Beaufort Street
in the 1940s and my dad was buried under rubble for 2 days owing to the bombings before they got him out, hoping someone can help me with searching the family thanks

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5th Jul 2016 3:11pm Port sunlight village by mikeeb

Just been looking a link gibbo posted on another topic and did not realise that port sunlight village extended to the other side of New Chester Road to include Bolton Rd East, Shore Dr, The Anzacs and Woodhead Rd

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2nd Jul 2016 7:09pm Free flight sim pedals, yoke kit by TheComputerLab

See pic free to first person

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30th Jun 2016 11:26am Free Fridge by Habdab

Free White HOMEKING under counter fridge. Very clean and works. Is prone to the top back panel icing up but apart from that it works great. Whoever collects needs to bring someone to carry it down stairs from 1st floor flat, and transport to take it away.
PM me
No time wasters please. First come, first served.

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30th Jun 2016 12:56am Trainee Counsellors- looking for a Placement? by RUDEBOX

If you, or somebody you know is looking for a Placement then private message me for further information.

Interviews will be in July.

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29th Jun 2016 5:40pm Rally Supporting Jeremy Corbyn by diggingdeeper

A rally will be held on Saturday 2/7/2016 in Liverpool city centre by supporters wanting Jeremy Corbyn to remain Labour leader.

The event, set to be held from midday, on Paradise Street, is being advertised on social media under the strapline “Unite against the Tories. Defend Jeremy Corbyn.”


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28th Jun 2016 11:17pm Peugeot 307sw cv joint by Feederrrhcp

Need a quote on cv joint replacement for a 2005 307 sw as have mot due soon thanks

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