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Discussion in 'Stafford Chat' started by United57, May 23, 2016.
On the BBC website it says Cannock Chase Council has issued licences for 3 lions and 2 tigers.
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Dunno about the Tigers but that could be Stafford Lions, Rugeley Lions and Cannock Lions.
Or someone's expenses claim....... 3 lion bars and 2 tiger loaves!
And bears? Oh my.
3 tigers and 2 lions. No wonder the postman stops delivering
Apparently we are right up there with camels too? This from the website referred to by United57.
"Camels (bottom left) - Several councils have issued licences for camels, but Scarborough and Stafford have the highest number at six each."
Although this may now be out-of-date - https://news.google.com/newspapers?...AIBAJ&sjid=HIQDAAAAIBAJ&pg=1837,1625940&hl=en - I suspect that there may still be more tigers in Norway than in Kenya, but still, very few.
If you do go to Norway for the tigers, then you may be treated to this sort of thing - http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/artic...-zoo-feeds-a-zebra-to-tigers-in-front-of-kids
I think that the licence may relate to an application by a Mr Thomas Chipperfield of Bogs Cottage, Patmore Hall, Albury, Ware, SG11 2JU, but details don't seem to be available.
That is surely an address from Round the Horne or a Carry On film.
No, Cannock Chase Council Licensing Applications, although it may be available for comedic use
There's a lovely address in Marchington that would surely be a contender.