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#945537 - 7th May 2015 3:32pm Travellers in Wallasey Central Park
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Some travellers landed in Wallasey Central Park with their vehicles and caravans early this morning, they say they will leave at 6pm tonight.

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#945545 - 7th May 2015 4:19pm Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: diggingdeeper]
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#945547 - 7th May 2015 4:31pm Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: diggingdeeper]
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#945554 - 7th May 2015 4:59pm Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: diggingdeeper]
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Its the mess they leave behind, chase`em off.

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#945556 - 7th May 2015 5:21pm Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: diggingdeeper]
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Apparently there were more on the way but missed the ferry...hope the police get them off.

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#945562 - 7th May 2015 5:38pm Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: diggingdeeper]
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I will expect to see them tonight then down the New Brighton dips frown

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#945566 - 7th May 2015 5:49pm Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: diggingdeeper]
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Could be worse Dilly,they could end up on my doorstep. whistle

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#945569 - 7th May 2015 5:57pm Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: cazzy78]
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Apparently there were more on the way but missed the ferry...hope the police get them off.
Another lot wasting police time.

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#945572 - 7th May 2015 6:03pm Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: diggingdeeper]
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Members of the public making use of a public amenity, what could be wrong with that?
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#945584 - 7th May 2015 6:17pm Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: Vanmanone]
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Could be worse Dilly,they could end up on my doorstep. whistle

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#945626 - 7th May 2015 8:04pm Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: diggingdeeper]
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I will guess the arrival of these folk also explains why the height barriar was locked across the Green Lane access down to the Sandhills gunsite and Leasowe bay prom carpark? That barrier (2.1m) is usually open - I often take my 2.3m high little camper down there and along to Leasowe Bay car park. I often wonder what I will do if some b****** locks the barrier while I am there!

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#945633 - 7th May 2015 9:01pm Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: Snodvan]
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Saw them at lunch time and they were clearing litter. Supposed to be leaving at six or they will be moved on. Park workers at entrance so hope there is no trouble.

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#945637 - 7th May 2015 10:15pm Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: diggingdeeper]
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Presume they don't claim benefits if they are always on the move.

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#945648 - 8th May 2015 7:01am Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: Snodvan]
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I will guess the arrival of these folk also explains why the height barriar was locked across the Green Lane access down to the Sandhills gunsite and Leasowe bay prom carpark? That barrier (2.1m) is usually open - I often take my 2.3m high little camper down there and along to Leasowe Bay car park. I often wonder what I will do if some b****** locks the barrier while I am there!

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Snod. Too easy, just drive along the promenade/sea wall & come off by the Derby Pool car park!

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#945695 - 8th May 2015 1:14pm Re: Travellers in Wallasey Central Park [Re: Tatey]
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