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Manchester Chat / Re: HAPPY ST. GEORGE'S DAY
« Last post by celeste on 10:58:25, 23/04/20 »
Thanks :)
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Manchester Chat / Re: HAPPY ST. GEORGE'S DAY
« Last post by St Chads Lad on 10:41:14, 23/04/20 »
 :)  Happy At. George's Day to everyone on the forum, hope you're all well.  O0
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Manchester Chat / HAPPY ST. GEORGE'S DAY
« Last post by celeste on 07:29:53, 23/04/20 »
A very happy St. George's Day to you all  O0


Saint George's Day, also known as the Feast of Saint George, is the feast day of Saint George as celebrated by various Christian Churches and by the several nations, kingdoms, countries, and cities of which Saint George is the patron saint including England, and regions of Portugal and Spain.




https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/6118639/st-georges-day-traditions-morris-dancing-punch-and-judy-st-georges-cross-flag/
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Old Manchester / Re: Conwy
« Last post by Dorothyl on 08:40:28, 22/04/20 »
Hello.
I'm replying to a reply to a post I did some time ago.


I have a brother called George. But he's not my half brother.  I don't remember him being in Conway.  My eldest brother was for a few days.
I say eldest brother.  He is even though he's 2 years younger than me. We was living in Harpurhey at the time. I think I was around 7. He would have been 5 year's old.


If there's anything anyone can help me with on this I'd really appreciate it.


Thank you again
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Manchester Chat / Re: Police officer 'We'll make something up'
« Last post by St Chads Lad on 20:27:36, 20/04/20 »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8238131/Lancashire-policeman-caught-video-threatening-make-arrest-man-suspended.html


. Referred to the IOPC, yeah right he'll get a slap on the wrist and after sitting on his rear end on full pay, he'll then sue the 'service' for a wedge of dough and get out with a fistful of cash, if was the kid I'd tell them to stick their apology.
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Manchester Chat / Re: BBC Manchester News
« Last post by celeste on 11:30:03, 20/04/20 »
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Sport & Activities / Re: Football
« Last post by ExileSteve on 21:40:04, 19/04/20 »
And if Liverpool want to be awarded the Premier League title on the basis of putting in a jolly good effort (albeit VAR assisted) then why should the same principle not be applied to the other two major competitions that were at an advanced stage of completion? City were favorites to pick up both, so why not just hand them over? It would be every bit as hollow as their "title", of course, but the Dippers are shameless enough to be able to live with that.
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Manchester Chat / Re: Police officer 'We'll make something up'
« Last post by celeste on 21:21:55, 19/04/20 »
Makes one wonder if they receive any training at all, perhaps it doesn't stick :-\
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Manchester Chat / Re: Police officer 'We'll make something up'
« Last post by Parky on 21:16:26, 19/04/20 »
The cop was that thick he said it even though he knew he was being filmed
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Manchester Chat / Police officer 'We'll make something up'
« Last post by celeste on 21:12:13, 19/04/20 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lancashire-52344033


In the clip, a young man is shown telling the officer: "You're arresting me? What for? I've done nothing wrong."

The officer responds: "I'll lock you up.... We'll make something upů who are they going to believe, me or you?"




Wonder where they got him from ::)
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