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On 31 Oct 2015 at 4:26pm trooper wrote:
Well it is said that BIG is beautiful, so we have the South East Coast Ambulance Service, a huge outfit covering a vast area of three different counties, this is good ??? Now we have the current scene of the attendance times, it defies description.I as a 12 year veteran of the SUSSEX Ambulance Service am disgusted that the current management of the service could permit themselves to be persuaded to allow such a totally flawed system to be implemented. It shows a pathetic lack of senior management skills (politics ??) and an ignorance that defies logic.
All hail the WHIZZ kids !!!! it is pathetic, the people of this county deserve a great deal better, and they used to get it not anymore. I will reserve my judgement on the staff who are to be totally praised for their battle against the odds.
On 31 Oct 2015 at 5:04pm Country Boy wrote:
Its funny, I was only thinking of them earlier today - there seem to be a lot of smokers among their ranks.
On 31 Oct 2015 at 6:37pm democrat wrote:
We are ceasing to be a civilized country.
On 1 Nov 2015 at 6:10am me wrote:
Good to see nothing has changed since I left 10+ years ago.
Same waste of space managers with same stupid ideas and lies.
On 1 Nov 2015 at 12:40pm planet wrote:
The sad thing is its the patients that suffer and the highly skilled and hugely professional front line staff that get the flack.
On 1 Nov 2015 at 1:49pm trooper wrote:
@ me and @ planet. Total agreement on both your posts.
I wonder why the "thumbs down" on planet ??
@democrat, with regret I have to agree.

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That was before this place became the mouthpiece of those that Mick Symes banned from LP more
I like the walk along the ouse to Hamsey church, the view from the top of the Castle, Pells pool, the antique shops and boot fair, the lion in the window of the 15c bookshop, keere street