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Parky

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Re: Manchester Evening News
« Reply #15 on: 16:06:02, 02/07/23 »
Surely it’s not got anything to do with the riots in France?

St Chads Lad

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Re: Manchester Evening News
« Reply #16 on: 20:17:40, 02/07/23 »
Kicked off in Belgium and Switzerland now.


celeste

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Re: Manchester Evening News
« Reply #17 on: 09:18:06, 03/07/23 »
Unrest,  dissent,  seems to be an invitation for bandwagon jumping,  youths flexing their muscles instead of their brains looking for any excuse imo.
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Re: Manchester Evening News
« Reply #18 on: 07:21:46, 04/07/23 »
Nice to see coverage of Italian Walks,St Chads banner shown. M.E.N.
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Re: Manchester Evening News
« Reply #19 on: 09:33:00, 04/07/23 »
 O0
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St Chads Lad

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Re: Manchester Evening News
« Reply #20 on: 11:11:43, 04/07/23 »
Nice to see.  :)


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Re: Manchester Evening News
« Reply #22 on: 10:29:31, 05/07/23 »
Thanks for that - 
In Manchester, the first restaurant opened in Piccadilly in 1958, offering untold numbers of Mancunians their first taste of American-style fast food. For years, Wimpy was the go-to burger joint in the UK, long before the big chains such as McDonald's, Five Guys and Burger King began to dominate our high streets.

 By 1970, Wimpy was a global favourite with more than 1,000 outlets in 23 countries around the world - including many in Greater Manchester. The restaurants were seen as "cool" places for teenagers and young adults to hang-out and socialise.

We went to the one in Birkenhead but it was closed, Huddersfield next then O0 
I liked the way the cut the sausages,  the chips were better than McD's and we got eggs ;) 




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St Chads Lad

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Re: Manchester Evening News
« Reply #23 on: 15:00:54, 06/07/23 »
This could take-off  ;D
Manchester pub offers husband day care service... with only one condition
https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/whats-on/manchester-pub-offers-husband-day-27269363

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« Reply #24 on: 20:13:48, 06/07/23 »
Usual activity for blokes,  but will women pay for the drinks - only if they get shopping money ;D
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« Reply #26 on: 11:47:35, 09/07/23 »
There's a big plan to make Strangeways posh... 'Counterfeit Street' is in the way
https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/strangeways-here-we-come-as-27264065
  So the real reason for the police action in the area was  a land grab by the respective councils to 'gentrify' the area, just as I suspected when the police operation started, could've done it years ago but the 'brown envelopes' couldn't be Resisted.
  Wonder who the developers will be?
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Re: Manchester Evening News
« Reply #27 on: 09:11:04, 15/07/23 »
https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/emily-thought-seeing-doctor-wasnt-27295599?int_source=nba


The distraught parents of a talented young actress are calling for the government to take urgent action after her fatal blood clot was mistaken for long covid and anxiety.

Emily Chesterton was just 30-years-old when she tragically suffered a cardiac arrest - having visited her local doctor's surgery on two occasions complaining of calf pain and shortness of breath.

The acting student, originally from Boothstown in Salford had moved to London to pursue her career, alongside her boyfriend, just before the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

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« Reply #28 on: 09:20:23, 15/07/23 »
https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/emily-thought-seeing-doctor-wasnt-27295599?int_source=nba


The distraught parents of a talented young actress are calling for the government to take urgent action after her fatal blood clot was mistaken for long covid and anxiety.

Emily Chesterton was just 30-years-old when she tragically suffered a cardiac arrest - having visited her local doctor's surgery on two occasions complaining of calf pain and shortness of breath.

The acting student, originally from Boothstown in Salford had moved to London to pursue her career, alongside her boyfriend, just before the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
I read that when she visited the doctors she was seen not by a doctor but a “ physician associate” ,what on earth are the doctors doing ? Moonlighting possibly?

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Re: Manchester Evening News
« Reply #29 on: 10:02:29, 15/07/23 »
I've not heard of that job description before.
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