From what I've just witnessed to a child of about 5/6 yrs, , they need to be !
I made an enquiry with another person, and the person in question is a new member in the community (about a month)of whom nobody knows anything about but has already been heard f..ing and blinding at her kids. What I witnessed was an act of instilling fear into a child with an object.
Get these little children out of the clutches of maniacs.
There are some big internet attacks going on today which unfortunately has coincided with a number of companies doing planned major maintenance. System is creaking especially with google (including google ads)
When looking for garden furniture, I thought this was a great bargain. Would this have fooled you as well? Don't worry I didn't buy it. 1st pic came up then I clicked on description for 2nd pic (they are all separate priced)
Was given this years ago light on side was red but had no charger so stored incase came across one. Cleaning out shed and this needs to go the battery could of dried up. Message me but I think it's toast sat to long thoe you might know better. Stay safe
As children in the 1950s, my Aunt used to pack a picnic and we'd cross to the Wirral from Liverpool.
One of our well-liked places was an old graveyard with a tiered section that seemed to overlook the river. We children used to run up and down along the tiers looking at the large and sometimes-ornate gravestones. There were seats where we could sit for our picnic. I don't think this section was in use then - the gravestones were quite old, but I have no idea whether this was a large cemetery with parts still in use. The tiered section seemed large to us but we were children.
None of us can recall the cemetery's name and I wonder whether anyone can help, please?
Initially bought the Zero W for a xmas light project but ran out of time and had to cheat with an easier system. It is set up as an apache lan server purely to use PHP remotely - I guess it could be done via SSH instead of using a server but one familiar step at a time.
Got the two Pi 4s recently, one as a desktop which I've been using for a few days and the other as an apache internet server which has been on soak test for a week or so.
Both the Pi 4s are running off external hard drives with SD initial boot.
Found loads of niggles and no doubt will find many more as both Raspbian and Debian seem to be in transition.
My late father in law (John Price) was injured in a boiler explosion whilst working at Cammell Lairds. My husband thinks it would have been about mid 1950s. He was in Clatterbridge Hospital for quite some time and then was transferred to Arrow Park convalescent home. He lost his sight for quite some time before regaining it. I have been trying to find any report of this accident but to date have had no luck - can any one throw any light on this please.
But you wouldn't believe it with all the cars on the road. It's been getting worse for the last week, and it's almost constant now. Even the local shops said it had been mentioned by others. What's more, living on a main road, I can hear that the speed limit is NOT being adhered to. I know when a vehicle is going at 30mph and 50mph !
People might be getting bored but as per usual, follow an attitude of ' rules don't apply to me ' They should be ashamed of themselves.
Meols, on the north coast of the Wirral Peninsula (north-west England), is one of Britain’s richest and most fascinating archaeological landscapes. As a low sandy promontory known as Dove Point was gradually destroyed by the sea during the 19th century, the remains of ancient settlement sites were exposed along the foreshore and in the sand-dunes near the water’s edge. Thousands of artefacts from the prehistoric, Roman, medieval and post-medieval periods were picked up from the eroding coastline. A devoted group of Victorian collectors saved much of the material for posterity, and left many records and observations, including descriptions of ancient burials and buildings. These have been augmented by further discoveries in the 20th century. This monograph presents the first modern and comprehensive study of Meols, together with a catalogue of the surviving material.
Hi everyone hope youre all staying safe. Does anyone know of a dog groomer in Pensby area who is open or a mobile wash & dog clipping company for a poor hot pooch .Tried several mobile ones so thought I would save my sanity & ask you helpful lot . thanks
Hi, does anyone know what happened to historyofwallasey.co.uk? Seems the hosting expired 12th of March this year and hasn't been renewed. There's no obvious way to ask the owner if they need help as the only contact email is hosted at the domain. Nominet reveals nothing as the owner enabled privacy via their host QIQ.host - seems a shame as a lot of work went into the site. It's still kind of accessible via a snapshot on web.archive.org taken late last year.
Gorgeous black & white shih tsu found in New brighton not chipped & no identity tag .He/she now at Upton Veterinary surgery.Proof of ownership required 0151 677 2411 . This is on Facebook at the moment.Thought it was now illegal to have an unchipped dog but hope his owner claims him
My neighbor Brian Mallor who lives here on the Isle of Man is in his 80s and he used to work on the ferry before he retired. Around 20 years ago, he used to date a lady who lived in the Ford Estate named Mavis Thorgould(spelling?). He believes she would be in her 60s now.
He’s wanting any help from the internet sleuths out there who may know a Mavis who used to live or may still live in the Wirral area. With the recent goings on, he’s wanting to get back in touch and make she is safe. He’s been a wonderful neighbor to us these past years and since he doesn’t know technology, we volunteered to help out.
We would like to thank all residents for their continued patience as bin collection crews continue to catch up this week. As announced earlier in the week, they are currently working a day behind schedule.
We also kindly ask all residents to make sure they're following social distancing guidelines to protect collection staff as well as the following:
Make sure all waste is contained in your bin/s with the lid closed. Do not put any waste beside the bin or loose at a collection point. Anyone who feels ill at home (whether diagnosed with COVID-19 or not) should place all their waste in the general rubbish bin, and should double-bag it, making sure the bags are securely tied. They should then wait at least 72 hours before placing it out for collection. This material should not be put in your recycling. Do not come out for a chat with the crews and keep your distance if you are out for your daily exercise. They're nice people, and would probably appreciate a smile and a wave, but we need to adhere to social distancing guidelines of 2 meters. Wirral Council and Biffa take the health and safety of staff very seriously and have been working hard to ensure that additional personal protective equipment (PPE) is available for staff and that procedures have been put in place to enable social distancing as much as possible.
As well as their usual PPE, including gloves, crews have been supplied with soap and water, individual hand sanitiser gel, antibacterial wipes and additional gloves. Procedures have also been put in place to limit the time that crews are all together in the cab, such as loaders being able to start from site, rather than come to the depot at the start and end of shift.
I’m having trouble putting any images up on my posts. It says file does not support this , I am looking how I can fix it and a lot of advice on these converter apps which convert to pnf or jpg which it says any images need to be. Me not being very techy and don’t like putting anything on my iPad I’m not sure of am abit wary. Are they ok to install and I assume they free? Help please.
I thought some people may enjoy looking at the animal world while we have to stay in, I followed the eagle nest a few years ago and found it fascinating watching the eggs hatch and finally flee the nest...quite a journey and not without some sadness along the way...enjoy
There are some amazing places in this world, most of which none of us will see in real life , but with the internet we can learn about and view so much more now.
We can go around the world in our own front room, so whilst we are wondering what to do with our own spare time, maybe you will share some of your choices with either photographs or pictures of places and things you find interesting. Where you would like to visit or have visited , historical, modern, mountains and sea, gardens and buildings , monuments and temples. Anything that takes your interest.
Where or what in the world would you like to share ?
I can find Rudgrave Square, Place and Mews, all in Egremont, but no Avenue. My cousin has found an old satchel in her late mother's effects with initials stamped on the outside that we can't match to any ancestors we already know about, and a handwritten address inside that looks like Rudgrave Avenue - it's a bit of a mystery! Does anybody have any ideas on that address? I can't see it on the 6" OS map from 1888-1913 either.