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Our lovely streets

On 4 Nov 2007 at 7:02am FA wrote:
Whilst making my way from the Elly to the John Harvey last night....and then later up to the shanaz, i was mortified at the amount of litter and general crap that was in the high street.
Every single bin was overflowing and shop keepers had left bin bags of rubbish out....which had been distributed by seagulls or foxes or crows etc.
I know there was a farmers market yesterday but surely all that rubbish couldn't be from that !....if it was, then every stallholder should be made to clean the streets after them.
Rant over
On 4 Nov 2007 at 7:05am Lewesianne wrote:
Perhaps the council are waiting 'til bonfire night is over - no point in doing it twice in one week!
So you did what I did....got up, put kettle on and logged on only to be disappointed at the lack of threads posted on a Saturday night! Where are they all?
Do you know what the punch up at the JHT last Friday was all about FA?
On 4 Nov 2007 at 8:57am Fa wrote:
No...my mate was there but i didn't go out as my daughter was ill. He didn't know what happened either. There were a lot of "lads" in town last night...the Elly was a bit rowdy and the volly was getting loud too....trouble is, i now want to find a pub where i can sit down and have a chat with my mates without having pi$$ed up idiots shouting and without loud music playing......i must be the oldest 41 year old in the world....LMAO
On 11 Nov 2007 at 3:21am lopster wrote:
need to look for sad-old-man's-real-ale-boozer's I'm afraid - Gardeners, Lewes Arms, Black Horse - nothing "old" about wanting a quiet chat with yer mates - that's what going out's usually about for most of us surely? (sorry I won't call you that again - tee hee)

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