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Old 23 December 2007, 16:47   #31
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Originally Posted by ian parkes View Post
Why not give the lifeguards some powers to stop people leaving their rubbish on the beach. Most of them are local lads who love the sea and care about it
Not worth it. Too many loonies around with bad attitudes and knives. sad world but its the way it is.

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Old 27 December 2007, 22:55   #32
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Just seen the ultimate use of a Police helicopter. Someone had stolen a motorbike - 4 stroke scooter - which was allegedly worth 2,000 - the thief was making a getaway across farmland and not only was he putting ramblers lives at risk but also the sound of the motorbike would cause havoc as it was the lambing season and the sheep would miscarry!!! This comment was made from the low flying police helicopter.....................

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Old 28 December 2007, 13:49   #33
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