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Discussion in 'Pubs and Eating Out' started by Noah, Mar 24, 2021.
Belgian beer - something for the weekend !
Ahhh I'm thinking back to happier days when pubs were pubs and shops were shops and never the twain .... (blah blah.)
OK I know the building in question didn't quite make it to these pix, and I can't remember what was there in 1978.
(By the way, I think that's a Mark 4 ACME crane built by Coyote Enterprises. )
I bought many a loaf from Taylors in the 1970s.
( By the way I think that yellow car is a Citroen )
I'm pretty sure it's actually the Mark 5. The operator's seat was more basic without the armrests on the mark 4.
P. S. Skelding & Boucher??
I wonder if Express Curtains have put a similar objection into 'The Ship Aground' that has applied to go opposite them
It's a 2cv. The knobheadwankstainwasteofspacetosspot that my sister dumped a couple of years ago, had 2 at the farm where she lives and another 3 in a brick shed somewhere else.
Was five one too many ?
How many capsized perambulators does a person need ?
No, the thump he threatened give her was the straw that broke the camels back. That and the fact that he cheated on her a few times too.
So Couture think it's off licenses that cause problem drinking (already one opposite this one, that sells much cheaper booze) and the curtain shop are contesting because they think their car parking spaces will get blocked (everything else they say is basically because they have Casa opposite).p2
I think the curtain shop have very minor grounds for a complaint, based on the barrels left outside, which is easily solved. Everything else is basically horse manure, no way the council will block it unless a brown envelope has changed hands.
Its how out of touch Couture are..
The stuff the Devil's Taphouse will be selling cannot be classed in any way as "cheap".... And that's not a criticism of the applicant
And it's not like there's a massive supermarket (open 24 hours when town is open as normal) just over the road selling even cheaper alcohol in bottles is it?
Would people visit a Greek restaurant if one opens?
We had one for a while, a few years ago.
I wish it was still there, instead of the shite hole that it now is.
That was a lovely nostalgic jaunt.
if we're putting in orders I'd like a good Greek restaurants and a Mexican street food place please.
The Sun was the Tequila Red Mexican Restaurant in about 2008 but only lasted about a year.
A Turkish restaurant had established itself nicely, before the recent events intervened -
- this would imply that there is a local appetite (literally!) for Eastern Mediterranean fare.