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Transport / Re: Driving updates, roads and motorways
« Last post by epiphany on Yesterday at 07:40:58 pm »
Chancellors is a secondary school........... ;D
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Transport / Re: Driving updates, roads and motorways
« Last post by larrylamb on Yesterday at 07:04:59 pm »
So how does a school with over 1000 pupils on a steep hill in a residential area become secondary?

This bearing in mind the gritter truck drove past the pine grove junction last night before the snow fell.
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Transport / Re: Driving updates, roads and motorways
« Last post by James Bentall on Yesterday at 05:22:11 pm »
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Transport / Re: Train updates, news and information
« Last post by Nobby on Yesterday at 02:52:20 pm »
Walking past the station a couple of hours ago, some trains did appear to be running, but the ticket machine was out of order yet again.
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Transport / Re: Driving updates, roads and motorways
« Last post by larrylamb on Yesterday at 02:24:42 pm »
Not good enough - Why don't they salt pine grove so the school can open tomorrow?

Perhaps parents should fine HCC if they cant open the school in the same way that HCC fines parents if their child does not attend school.

A clear case of neglect.
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Transport / Re: Driving updates, roads and motorways
« Last post by Editor on Yesterday at 12:43:27 pm »
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Transport / Re: Train updates, news and information
« Last post by Editor on Yesterday at 12:04:25 pm »
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Transport / Re: Train updates, news and information
« Last post by Angel on Yesterday at 10:54:08 am »
Obviously not a good day to try travelling by train.
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I traveled by bus to Queen Elizabeths in Barnet (as someone else noted, it was in Hertfordshire then), every school day from about 1955 until 1960.  I usually caught the bus near the bottom of Mymms Drive in the mornings and coming home sometimes the same way and sometimes into the village.
We had to wear our full school uniform and we could be reported on if we removed our hat or other part of the uniform!!
One November - I always think of it being November anyway - we were let out of school early because of the fog.  A man walked in front of the bus with a light.  I think he had to walk most of the way to Potters Bar before the bus could manage without him.

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Life Hacks / Re: Is anyone into foraging?
« Last post by chicken legs on December 08, 2017, 06:49:40 pm »
Wild garlic leaves chopped in an omelette lend a delicious delicate flavour.
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