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Not really, my dear friend Helen Callow passed away last year, she was an ex-councillor who ran the little antiques shop at the Co-op end of town. As a mark of dis-respect (call me out on it if you think it's anything else) the council placed one of their big bellied bins out side of her shop. Totally out of order and shows them for the petty bunch of so and so's they are. The bin has been moved now but it will be a long time before I stop going on about it! :)

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Not really, my dear friend Helen Callow passed away last year, she was an ex-councillor who ran the little antiques shop at the Co-op end of town. As a mark of dis-respect (call me out on it if you think it's anything else) the council placed one of their big bellied bins out side of her shop. Totally out of order and shows them for the petty bunch of so and so's they are. The bin has been moved now but it will be a long time before I stop going on about it! :)

Yes but one of them probably got a stiffie out of it as they believed they were so important.

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Not really, my dear friend Helen Callow passed away last year, she was an ex-councillor who ran the little antiques shop at the Co-op end of town. As a mark of dis-respect (call me out on it if you think it's anything else) the council placed one of their big bellied bins out side of her shop. Totally out of order and shows them for the petty bunch of so and so's they are. The bin has been moved now but it will be a long time before I stop going on about it! smile.png

Yes but one of them probably got a stiffie out of it as they believed they were so important.

 

 

The whole point of democracy is that everyone has a vote, and every vote is important.

 

Hence, it follows that every person is important.

 

Politicians are supposed to be inclusive, not exclusive

 

 

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Not really, my dear friend Helen Callow passed away last year, she was an ex-councillor who ran the little antiques shop at the Co-op end of town. As a mark of dis-respect (call me out on it if you think it's anything else) the council placed one of their big bellied bins out side of her shop. Totally out of order and shows them for the petty bunch of so and so's they are. The bin has been moved now but it will be a long time before I stop going on about it! smile.png

I've never met you Bees but I like this story and I like how things like this can upset/annoy. Its something my mum wouldnt put up with too. You mention you'd like to stand for election, whether you are/were taking the piss I would really like to see someone like you do it. Someone with belief and dare i say a heart. Go for it.

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Bees, I never knew a bin had been put there and if you had messaged me, I also would have expressed my disapproval. I have had other shop keepers discuss the issue with me. The design of bin is big and should not really be outside the entrance to any shop.

 

Still I am glad its been moved.

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